Sara Sorribes Tormo (@1.6) vs Misaki Doi (@2.37)

Our Prediction:

Sara Sorribes Tormo will win

Sara Sorribes Tormo – Misaki Doi Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 00:30

Sorribes Tormo looks to make the third round of a grand slam for the first time in her career. Sorribes Tormo got 64 percent of her first serves in play and saved four of her nine break points. Sorribes Tormo has split her last six matches on clay court. Sorribes Tormo needs to be better with her second serve and can clean up the seven unforced errors, but Im sure shell take her second career grand slam victory however it comes. In the victory, Sorribes Tormo won 62 percent of her first serve points and 39 percent of her second serve points. Sara Sorribes Tormo is coming off a three sets win over Alison Van Uytvanck that took 27 games to decide. Sorribes Tormo won 53 percent of her total service points and converted on nine of her 12 break points.

But its Sloane Stephens whos on an upswing, shaking off the erratic play, and finding some consistency. Clay is the Spaniard Sorribes Tormos best surface and shell create some great points. Tracey:It seems Stephens is finding her form, cleanly striking the ball and gaining more comfortable wins.

Jim:Peterson was very impressive in her 6-3 7-5 win over former-quarterfinalist Yulia Putintseva and will surely come into this match full of confidence. Vekic, meanwhile, has rather flattered to deceive so far in her career, with her results thus far failing to live up to her impressive potential.

Jim:Under the tutelage of Naomi Osakas former coach Sascha Bajin, Mladenovic has been a woman renewed. Her run to the Italian Open quarterfinals earlier this month was most impressive and she played some very good tennis to beat her countrywoman Fiona Ferro in the first round.

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Im sure Rebecca Peterson gained confidence from her unexpected win over Yulia Putintseva in her first round meet-up. Tracey:Croatias Donna Vekic gave up just six games in her opener. Winning 82% first serve and an impressive 71% second serve, Vekic looks to be in great shape to see the third round.

Jim:Stephens may not have made a great start to the season by her standards, but she looked sharp in dispatching Misaki Doi in the first round. She will likely have to remain focused again up against Spains Sorribes Tormo, who impressed against Alison Van Uytvanck.

The Croat gave up just three games in her opening match, fueled by her solid return of serve. Tracey:Petra Martic is enjoying a fabulous clay court season marked by deep runs in each of the three clay court tournaments played.

Stephens hopes to make the third round of a grand slam for the seventh time in her last 10 tries. Stephens hasnt been bounced before the third round of the French Open since 2011. Sloane Stephens is coming off a straight sets win over Misaki Doi that took 22 games to decide. Stephens got 63 percent of her first serves in play and saved two of her four break points. In the victory, Stephens won 70 percent of her first serve points and 52 percent of her second serve points. Its been a shaky season at best for Stephens, but she turned things around on clay these past few weeks and is easily playing her most consistent tennis since making the quarterfinals in the US Open. Stephens won 63 percent of her total service points and converted on four of her seven break points. Stephens has won five of her last seven matches on clay court.

(We also have two other sets of Day 4 predictions. One features Johanna Konta vs Lauren Davis and the other headlines Garbine Muguruza vs Johanna Larsson.) Predicting these matches today are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), Jim Smith, and Tracey Essex. We can know how theyve looked at least once before they take the court on Day 4. Every woman playing on Wednesday already has a match under her belt. And, were here to predict these Day 4 matches for you. We begin the second round of the French Open on Day 4.