Harriet Dart in the qualifying rounds of the 2022 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California USA
Harriet Dart in the qualifying rounds of the 2022 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California USA | (Photo by Robert Prange/Getty Images)

Tennis | Wimbledon 2022 | Harriet Dart takes Rebeka Masarova in the first round, as Dart comes in with good grass form

By Ros Satar

  • Harriet Dart v Rebeka Masarova
  • First Meeting
LONDON, UK – Harriet Dart comes in with a lot of form to face Spain’s Rebeka Masarova, who played and lost her only grass court match this year.


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Harriet Dart v Rebeka Masarova | H2H & Match Fundamentals

Harriet Dart v Rebeka Masarova H2H: First Meeting
Wimbledon London, UK
Grass (O) Prize Money: £50,000


Tale of the Tape – Key Stats (2022)

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H2H: Harriet Dart (WR 103) Rebeka Masarova (WR 137)
Tournament Previous Best R3 (2019) Debut
1st Serve Return Points Won % 37.1 40.8
Return Points Won % 43.5 37.9
Break Point Conversion % 47.5 25
Break Points Saved % 49.3 69.2
Total Points Won % 50.6 46.9


Harriet Dart’s overall consistency over the year trumps ay of Rebeka Masarova’s stats in all but first serve returns, but it shows that Dart’s consistency has really helped her in key moments.


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Playing Styles & Prediction

Dart has really made the most of her opportunities on the grass and has found some solid form with a 6-3 win-loss record over the season, while Masarova has played just one match in Gaiba, which she lost.

This should be an easy win for the Brit whose aggressive game is really suited to the grass, and it would be a shock if Dart doesn’t start her journey to bettering her third-round appearance with a win here.

Prediction: Dart in straight sets.



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