So far is has been a very strong start for Katie Boulter, earning her biggest ever win, beating world no. 5 Jessica Pegula in the United Cup. That momentum has stayed with her, as she won her two qualifying matches to reach the main draw, where she will face Ukraine’s Lesia Tsurenko.
Not surprisingly Tsurenko leads in some stats, given her longer experience on the tour, nut last year Boulter did prove to be stronger when it came to saving break
Playing Styles & Prediction
Boulter has started to rack up some solid match time, and Lesia Tsurenko was just a match win away from reaching the Auckland quarter-finals last week and she returns to Adelaide, this time in the main draw. The Ukrainian finished last season with more match wins on the tour than anyone else, and leapt up the rankings.
Tsurenko has the measure of Boulter though, having won all three of their exchanges.
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