Turkey (@7.0) vs Slovenia (@1.07)

Our Prediction:

Slovenia will win

Turkey – Slovenia Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 14:30

They have not yet posted a point on the board losing both their ties so far. Austria needs to deliver in this game, or else they risk setting themselves some huge challenges in the last stages of the competition. Their fixture against Israel ended with a scoreline of 4-2, while the Poland tie saw a lone goal taking their hopes of at least one point.

Naomi Osaka, the world No. Serena Williams is tops with the oddsmakers, but she hasnt won an event of any size in more than 30 months. Well take a flyer on Madison Keys who won Cincinnati. 1 and defending champ, has struggled for the last six months. Simona Halep won the previous major, but regressed in the two events shes played since. JW: The womens draw is (all together now) wide open.

The attacking midfielder with great vision and very good goalscoring record started his professional career at Karlsruher, scoring impressive 17 goals in 50 league outings to earn a move to Bundesliga side Hamburg. Hakan Calhanoglu is another one in the long line of Turkish footballers who were born in Germany, so it is hardly surprising he came to prominence thanks to his performances in Bundesliga.

Prediction Slovenia - Turkey

Slovenia did well to hold Sweden to a goalless draw on Monday evening, but you should bear in mind that Sweden coach Erik Hamren rested key player Zlatan Ibrahimovic against Srecko Katanecs troops. Yil Stadyumu. Turkey seem to be at the top of their game at the moment and they are widely expected to beat Slovenia in Sundays football match. Thanks to Mehmet Topals goal in the dying minutes of the match Turkey defeated Montenegro at Antalya 100. Fatih Terims men managed to turn their dominance into goal and they will be looking to build on the victory when they square off against Slovenia in their last warm-up game before they travel to France for Euro 2016. Fatih Terim is likely to field the best possible side against the Zmajceki and we predict that the visitors are going to emerge triumphant in the Stadion Stozice clash.

That proved a very good investment as Calhanoglu continued the rich vein of form, and it is now a matter of time before he joins one of European powerhouses. The spell at Imtech Arena was merely a stepping stone for bigger things as 11 goals in his debut top flight campaign persuaded Bayer Leverkusen to splash nearly 15 million on his services.

But perhaps he needed to get that out of his system before New York. But its worth noting that he wouldnt have to face someone from the Big 3 until the semis. Kyrgios lived up to his immense potential in Washington, beating a slew of talented young playersTsitsipas, Medvedev, Yoshihito Nishiokaen route to the title. Wait! Yes, he blew up in Montreal. SK:Hear me out on this one: I think Nick Kyrgios could make a run to the second week. Please, allow me to explain. His draw isnt exactly easy, and hed have to face Tsitsipas in the third round, not to mention that Kyrgios tends to struggle against lesser competition. It could really happen!....Or hell lose in the first round to Steve Johnson.

We get a rematch between the two young Canadian sensations who collided in 2018 at Flushing Meadows. 28 seed. Open. You hate to see it. 117 ATP ranking while Shapovalov was the No. Then, FAA was a qualifier with a No. Now, Felix is the one coming in hot with a top-20 ranking and an impressive record heading into the U.S. Also, Felix-Denis.

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Open, Andy Murray will be playing at the ATP Challenger in Mallorca at the Rafa Nadal Academy as he searches for some more match play in his return from surgery on his right hip. While the rest of the tennis world will have eyes and ears focused on New York and the U.S. (Fun fact, h/t @JMeis_: Murray will be the first former World No. JL: How about an off-site storyline?

Open, she lost in the first round. But Im going with Simona Halep. Last time I picked her to win the U.S. But I shes strong on every surface, and after her triumph on grass at Wimbledon, I think shes due for her first hard-court Slam title. SK:The favorite is Serena Williams, and the trendy pick feels like Madison Keys.

KB:I nominate Madison Keys, who has become a trendy pick to win the whole thing. The American is more than capable of going on a run, as she showed in 2017 when she reached the final. Her win in Cincinnati might have given her all the momentum she needs to make a deep push. For a less traditional pick, Id also choose Andreescu, who impressed in the Canadian Open and has no problem rising to the occasion when the pressure is on.

As the Turkish Super Lig continues the get stronger, the national team follows, and we should expect some big result from Milli Takim in the near future. Rustu Receber, Hakan Sukur and Emre Belezoglu were important parts of the countrys most successful generation, but the one including Arda Turan, Selcuk Inan, Burak Yilmaz and Hakan Calhanoglu is threatening to surpass their achievements.

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20 (!!) Sofia Kenin vs. fellow Belarusian and two-time U.S. Open finalist Victoria Azarenka; Canadian teen sensation Felix Auger Aliassime vs. young Russian rising star Andrey Rublev; two-time (but not in a long time) Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza vs. Open semifinalist CoCo Vandeweghe....the list goes on. comeback kid and 2017 U.S. JL:If the Serena-Sharapova match wasnt enough for you, there are many other popcorn offerings: Sabalenka vs. Wimbledon 2019 quarterfinalist Alison Riske; 20-year-old American and World No. Canadian 20-year-old sensation Denis Shapovalov; young Greek rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas vs.

Same for the other teenaged Canadian, Felix Auger-Aliassime. On the other end, how Venus Williams, Maria Sharapova (in the off chance she beats Serena), Vika Azarenka, and Svetsa Kuznetsova16 majors among them, all in their 30s, all unseeded. JW: As always, lets define our terms. Dayana Yastremska is another teen to watch. If Bianca Andreescu is a dark horse, well take her.

Present on the international stage since 1923, Turkey only started showing some promise during the 70s, but they had to wait until the turn of the century to place themselves on the map. While they lost all three fixtures at their first ever European Championship finals in 1996, they fared much better four years later, reaching the last eight in Netherlands and Belgium.