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Very good news from WTA Dubai, as practically all top rated 10 players will start

by Hazel Council (2019-09-08)

The world No one is going to engage in her 1st contest since her own victory in Australian during the WTA Dubai this season and it should be her first without Sascha Bajin in her corner.

Angelique Kerber may be expecting that history does not necessarily repeat itself at the WTA Dubai later this week, after she come into the semi-finals in both equally 2017 and 2018 just before running up over ultimate champ Elina Svitolina.

Kerber will likely need to confront the two-time Wimbledon champ and 2019 Sydney winner Petra Kvitova, 2018 Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki, reigning French Open champ Simona Halep and various other top ranked contenders.

One more extremely expected arrival in Dubai is the one of Petra Kvitova. Just after Melbourne, Petra traveled to St. Petersburg where she lost to Donna Vekic in the last eight and she will require a handful of well-deserved break ahead of going back to action in Dubai, competing against the outstanding field of players and looking for the title 6 years after earning the 1st.

There's no surprise that all those leading players are coming to perform at the WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, as the contest offers the most significant prize money of most Premier 5 tournaments this year.

Petra Kvitova will be a public favorite once she bids to get a extra trophy at the WTA Dubai, which in turn commences on February 17..

Kvitova is definitely not in a particular good shape, as she lost the quarter finals in St Petersburg following her incredibile journey at the Australian Open.