Round of 32
21.06.2022, 12:00 PM (+03:00 UTC)
The tournaments before Wimbledon are surely a great stage to practice before arriving at the Grand Slam. A win in these tournaments can go a long way and bolster the confidence of the title aspirants. However, the road to Wimbledon is bound to be much more arduous so tournaments like BAD Hambourg Open are merely previews. So, how will it be when Alison van Uytvanck takes on Amanda Anisimova?Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Alison van Uytvanck
Alison is the 46th-ranked player in the WTA rankings and surely is a busy camper, figuring in a lot of tournaments throughout the season. Her last major tournament was in the Netherlands, where she pushed Aryna Sabalenka to limits, only to lose in three sets in the end. In the French Open, her campaign was cut short by Coco Gauff, who beat her in three sets during the second round. Alison has been unable to get wins among the top-ranked players but she has surely done well overall.
Alison is five feet eight inches. Alison is known for her strong forehand and can also more than hold her own on the baseline. She has constantly worked on footwork which has served her well during long rallies. She uses both her hands when using the backhand and opts for slice than the topspin style.
Amanda Anisimova enters the game as a 25 ranked player and her stocks have risen significantly. She is just 20 years old and she is one of the best women’s tennis player already. During French Open, she reached the Fourth Round but Leylah Fernandez stalled her campaign in three sets. She reached also the Fourth Round of Madrid Open, after she defeated Danielle Collins but was beaten by Aryna Sabalenka in the fourth. During her amazing run, she has beaten Aryna Sabalenka during Charleston Open. Really, Amanda has eben on fire mostly.
Amanda is an incredible baseline player and can act as a winger from both sides. Her strongest attack is her backhand which possess a ton of speed, allowing her to deal with balls on multiple heights. She has used her Backhand a lot to construct multiple gamewinners. Her return serve has been strong too and overall, Anisimova is one of the best players in the women’s circuit.
Alison and Amanda have met once and in that game, Amanda won against Uytvanck. This game occurred during the Australian Open.
Expert Betting Tips
Alison has a strong forehand and while Amanda has an amazing forehand too, but she has been earning her stripes using a strong backhand. Amanda clearly enter as the favorite here but Alison has pushed some elite players to the brink before. However, I still see Amanda coming up big here.