Leylah Fernandez will lock horns with Wang Quiang in the quarter-finals of the WTA Monterrey Open 2022 on Friday.
Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Qiang: Match Details
- Tournament: WTA Monterrey Open
- Match: Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Wang Qiang
- Round: quarter-finals
- Date: 4th March 2022
- Venue: Monterrey, Mexico
- Surface: Hardcourt
- Prize Money: $5,800
Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Qiang: Match Preview
Leylah Fernandez has not displayed a very stable game in her previous two tournaments. In the Adelaide International, Fernandez got knocked out in the first round to Iga Świątek in straight sets ( 1-6, 2-6 ). She couldn’t improve her game in the following tournament, losing to Maddison Inglis in the Australian Open first round. She’s coming into the match after a hard-fought win against Quinwen Zheng
Meanwhile, Wang Quiang has been in good form since the Australian Open, reaching the third round of the Grand Slam before losing to Madison Keys in a close match. She then reached the semi-finals at Guadalajara, losing to Marie Bouzkova. Now, she has reached the quarter finals of the Monterrey Open, beating Mayar Sherif in the previous round.
Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Qiang: Head to Head
Leylah Fernandez and Wang Quiang have never met each other before in the court, with their meeting in Monterrey set to be their first.
Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Qiang: Match Prediction
Leylah Fernandez would definitely be the huge favorite here, being the higher-ranked player. This tournament has also seen hints of a possible resurgence for the highly talented young Canadian. Meanwhile, Wang Quiang would look to give a good account of herself in the match as the overwhelming underdog. Fernandez is used to taking the charge from the baseline and would fancy the same strategy against Qiang’s defensive game. Expect a good match with Fernandez making it to the last 4.
Match Prediction- Leylah Fernandez to win in three sets.
Leylah Fernandez vs Wang Qiang: Broadcast and Live stream details
- USA- Tennis Channel
- Australia– beIN
- UK and Ireland- Amazon Prime
- The Middle East and North Africa- beIN Sports
- Central America- ESPN
- Caribbean Islands- Sportsmax
- South America and Oceania- ESPN International
- Canada- TSN, and DAZN
- Sub-Saharan Africa- SuperSport