One time US open champion, Bianca Andreescu will face the aggressive Ons Jabeur in the round of 16 at Rogers Cup 2021.
Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu: Match Details
- Tournament: Rogers Cup 2021
- Match: Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu
- Round: Round of 16
- Date: August 13, 2021
- Venue: Montreal, Canada
- Surface: Hard Court
- Prize Money: $45,000 USD
Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu: Preview
Ons Jabeur, who was seeded second, reached her third final of 2021 and became the first Arab woman to win a WTA Tour championship after defeating Daria Kasatkina 7–5, 6–4 in the Birmingham Classic. Jabeur, ranked 21st, upset five-time winner Venus Williams 7-5, 6-0 to become the first Tunisian tennis player, first Arab woman, and first woman representing an African nation to reach the third round at Wimbledon since Cara Black of Zimbabwe in 2005.
By defeating Burel in the round of 64 and Kasatkina in the round of 32, Jabeur advanced to the round of 16. In the final 16, she will play Bianca Andreescu, the 2019 Rogers Cup champion.
At the Australian Open 2021, Bianca Andreescu returned to the court after a 15-month layoff. In 2020, the champion of the 2019 US Open was struggling with a knee injury. She battled her way to the finals of the Miami Open, but was forced to withdraw due to injury. At both the Wimbledon and the French Open, she was knocked out in the first round.
Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu: Head to Head
The duo will meet first time at Rogers Cup 2021.
Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu: Prediction
Even though she had been out for 15 months, Andreescu was able to win this season. She hasn’t been playing her finest tennis this year, but she has the ability to get out of tight spots. Jabeur, on the other side, has been hitting some strong forehands. It’s hard to comprehend the level of aggressiveness she brings on the court. We expect a high intensity match.
Our predictions: Ons Jabeur will win in three sets.
Ons Jabeur vs Bianca Andreescu: Live Streaming and Where to Watch
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