British No. 1 Johanna Konta takes to the court again for the first time in a month in what has been a stuttering start to the year. No back-to-back wins to her name, she opted not to do Fed Cup in order to prepare for clay, but the altitude may play into her hands in Madrid.
Putintseva has played far more than Konta, including reaching the quarter-finals of Charleston, but even allowing for the lack of time on court, Konta has been more effective at taking her break point chances and getting out of trouble when facing break points on her own serve.
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