Ons Jabeur (2) vs Evgeniya Rodina (556): Prediction & Odds, Betting Tips 06/10/2022 | News & Preview

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Ons Jabeur will face Evgeniya Rodina in the second round of the Jasmin Open. The game will start on October 6 at 17:00.
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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction #1 – Handicap (+7) for Rodina – 1.72.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction #2 – Total Games Over 17.5 – 1.82.

Match Predict – Handicap (+7) for Rodina

Once again, the bookmakers have no faith at all in Rodina. Meanwhile, Evgeniya has clearly prepared well for her return to the tour, as she has demonstrated more than once. Of course, beating Jabeur is unlikely. However, she does not deserve to lose by more than seven games. Ann Li won five games against Ons, which is what we expect from Evgeniya.

Total Games – Over 17.5

In only one of Ons’ last ten matches, the players have played less than 17 games. We think that Rodina will be able to pick up five or six games today.

Preliminary review and pre-match prediction for Ons Jabeur vs Evgeniya Rodina

Ons Jabeur:

Jabeur started the tournament with a confident win over Ann Li (6-2, 6-3). However, it should be noted that Ann had eight break points, but Ons never lost a serve.

This match was the first for Jabeur after the US Open. In New York, the tennis player from Tunisia reached the final in which she lost to Iga Swiatek (2-6, 6-7).

Ons has been unlucky in the deciding matches at Grand Slam tournaments so far. In the Wimbledon final, she lost to Elena Rybakina (6-3, 2-6, 2-6).

Interestingly, before the US Open, Jabeur failed at prestigious tournaments in San Jose, Toronto and Cincinnati.

Jabeur has won seven of her last eight matches on the hard.

Evgeniya Rodina:

Rodina resumed her career at the end of August after a three-year break. She played on a protected ranking at the US Open. Strangely enough, she even managed to make a little noise.

In the first round match, Evgeniya sensationally defeated Roland Garros semifinalist Martina Trevisan (7-5, 6-1). In the second set, the Italian took only one game.

In the second round of the US Open, Rodina was close to stopping Ajla Tomljanovic (6-1, 2-6, 5-7)). She led 5-3 in the third set, but eventually let Ajla hit a comeback.

In Monastir, Rodina also managed to surprise. In the first match, she calmly defeated  Elena-Gabriela Ruse (6-1, 6-3).

Rodina has played three matches this season.

Safe Bets

In Rodina’s last three matches,  less than 9.5 games have been played in the second set. We offer to bet on “2nd Set Games – Under 9.5” with odds of 1.30.

Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court – Indoor Hard

Speed of Court – 5/10

Jabeur’s Rating – 2

Ons Jabeur Wins/Losses in 2022 – 45/14

Rodina’s Rating – 556

Evgeniya Rodina Wins/Losses in 2022 – 2/1

Most popular FAQ for Ons Jabeur vs Evgeniya Rodina

Who won the last meeting between these players?

Jabeur leads with a score of 3-0 in the head-to-head encounters. The last time they met was at Eastbourne International in 2019. In that match, Jabeur defeated Rodina (1-6, 7-6, 7-5) in three sets.

Where will this fixture be played?

The match will be played at Center Court, Skanes Family Hotel Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?

We recommend checking out the odds for the 2022 Jasmin Open: Jabeur vs Rodina at 22bet and MelBet.

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