Fixtures: (6) Iga Swiatek vs. Ons Jabeur
History: August 18, 2021
Tournament: Western & Southern Open 2021
Round: Round 2 (Round 32)
Location: Cincinnati, USA
By the way: WTA 1000.
Level: External hard court.
Prize money: 8 1,835,490.
Match timing: Not before 5pm local time, 9am GMT, 2.30am IST.
Live telecast.: USA – Tennis Channel | UK – Amazon Prime Video.
Iga Swiatek vs Ons Jabeur Preview.
In the second round of the 2021 Western and Southern Open, the fourth round of Wimbledon will be played on Wednesday between Ega Sweetik and Ounce Jubair Square.
Soytec, also the sixth seed in this year’s tournament, will play its first match after losing in the second round of the Olympics. The winner of the pole will be hopeful for a comeback, but will face the first difficult opponent in the form of Jabiur.
At least Jabbar has had a great season so far in 2021. She entered the Western and Southern Open and reached the quarterfinals at both the National Bank Open and Wimbledon, her last two tour events.
Needless to say, Jubair will be full of confidence before this second round of clash.
Iga Swiatek vs Ons Jabeur head to head.
Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur have split their last two meetings, so their current boss is at a 1-1 standoff. Both of their matches are far apart and we can be ready for another fight on Wednesday.
Iga Swiatek vs. Ons Jabeur Forecast
Iga Swiatek will be the clear favorite on paper for this match, but Pole will need to be wary of Ons Jabeur’s clever play.
Xavier has made the best use of his variety in his recent matches, managing to get out of some of the biggest names in women’s sports. Tunisians also have the power to master it. His service and forehead, in particular, can be a great weapon in emergency situations.
The Swatik can certainly match the firepower of his opponent, but the young man is more comfortable playing on a slow clay court. The pole has a large back swing on its ground strokes, which can lose some of its effectiveness when it is ready to hurry.
Sweetie’s service is an asset, but even the youngster talked about it as the first part of his game that breaks down under pressure. And Xavier knew how to put pressure on a 20-year-old during his Wimbledon match.
Tunisia played aggressive tennis and managed to roll the steam through the second and third sets, leaving only two games.
Svetlak will be better prepared to handle his opponent’s game at this point. But he will have to do his best to avoid another trouble at the hands of a red-hot rival.
prediction: Jubair will win in three seats.