Monday, October 3, 2022

WTA 1000 Draw Analysis Toronto 2022

The best rackets on the women’s circuit are found in Toronto, Canada. We analyze a table that from the first round there are going to be high-level conflicts with some names as main characters.

high part

Tournament in style that awaits us in the capital of Ontario. The upper part of the table, especially in the first quadrant, shows a draw that expects more fights so far this year. SWITEK, Muguruza, Serena Williams, azarenka, Bencic, Osaka, Only one of them will be a semifinalist in Canada. Garbin will make his debut against Osaka-Kanepi’s winner Sweetek, Kudarmetova-Rogers’s winner; And Serena Williams will open against a qualifier.

The next area, more relaxed, brings us the return of Sofia KeninAnd a very interesting Kasatkina-Andreescu in the first round. our dutyA Wimbledon finalist, could face Maria Sakkari In the quarter finals.


Toronto’s bottom half of the draw doesn’t have the intensity of the top, but it’s still very competitive. second seed Annette Kontaveitcan debut against Venus Williamswho in turn debuts against the Swiss Jill Teichman, Paula BadosaThe fourth in the draw awaits the winner of the second round Sebov-Putinseva, who is able to face Jelena Ostapenko in the eighth, Jessica Pegula In the Quarter and Annette Kontaveit in the semi-finals.

through the middle Aryna Sabalenka, coco guff, all smile and Wimbledon champion, Elena Rybakina, only one can be in the quarter finals. Sabalenka is exempted from the first round, and the other three make their debut against a previous player.

A scintillating show is expected in the first even edition of Toronto, which, until the outbreak of COVID, was held in the men’s tournament in even years and women in odd years.

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