A look at Bernarda Pera vs Aleksandra Krunic in the final of the Hungarian Grand Prix WTA 2022 match and its prediction
The 20th edition of the Budapest Grand Prix which is also known as the Hungarian Grand Prix has reached its semifinals. It is played on clay surfaces and is part of WTA 250.
Bernarda Pera and Aleksandra Krunic are two of the finalists to face each other tomorrow.
Let us have a look at their past performance, current form, and head-to-head records.
Hungarian Grand Prix Tennis Open Semifinals Results, Score
Bernarda Pera vs Anna Bondar
After defeating No. 9 seed and Hungarian No. 1 Anna Bondar 6-3, 6-4, American Bernarda Pera advanced into her first tour-level singles final.
Aleksandra Krunic vs Yulia Putintseva
Aleksandra Krunic defeated No. 3 seed and defending winner Yulia Putintseva 6-2, 6-2 in the Hungarian Grand Prix quarterfinals on Saturday to advance through to her first Hologic WTA Tour singles final in more than four years.
Bernarda Pera vs Aleksandra Krunic Hungarian Grand Prix Tennis 2022 Final Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets And Live Stream
Bernarda Pera vs Aleksandra Krunic Hungarian Grand Prix Tennis 2022 Final H2H Record
Venue: Romai Tennis Academy, Budapest, Hungary
Prize Money: $33,200
July 17 2022, Sunday
The Tickets for the tournament can be purchased here.
When Are Where To Watch: Live Stream And TV Telecast
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Time: 9:00 am, 2:00 pm, 6:30 pm
Channel: Tennis Channel | Tennis TV | Discovery/Tennis TV
Head To Head: 2-0
Aleksandra Krunic and Bernarda Pera have met twice before in their WTA career and both the encounters are won by Pera to lead the head-to-head record 2-0.
Aleksandra Krunic and Bernarda Pera are set to meet again for the third time in their WTA career today at the final.
In the quarterfinals, Aleksandra Krunic played some of her finest tennis to defeat the gifted Xiyu Wang. She defeated the left-handed Chinese opponent 6-0, 6-1, remarkably replicating the result from her last match with Zhang Shuai. Krunic hasn’t played in the semifinals at the tour level in nearly a year, and she faced the defending champion Yulia Putintseva in the week’s biggest test which she went through as well. This week’s aggressive playing style could change the story. She is winning the majority of her return matches with such a clean and deep ball strike. I wouldn’t be shocked if the Serbian had another successful workday.
Contrarily, Pera’s stellar performance the week before allowed her to go to the championship’s final stages without taking any unnecessary risks. No one misplaced Bernarda in Hungary’s capital. However, it should be mentioned that a convenient lot often made it possible to limit yourself to a quick stroll and the American cannot ever be discounted. She is determined to return to the top 100 global rankings. And it is clear that plans exist to win the title.
The Betting Odds are available here.