Petra Kvitova – Belinda Bencic Dubai Tennis Betting

Today is the final of the Dubai Duty Free WTA Tennis Championship. Go prepared to the stadium with the latest betting knowledge and join us after for a pint at the Irish Village.

Petra Kvitova solves the Su-Wei Hsieh puzzle for the fourth time in as many meetings to enter her first Dubai final in six years. Dropping a set to the Chinese Taipei #1 for the first time in her career, the Czech completed the comeback in two hours and nine minutes, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4, for her third three-set win of the week.
The second seed also had to negotiate dogged resistance in the first two rounds of the campaign, needing more than two hours in each match to beat Siniakova and qualifier Brady. The 2013 champion — the first Czech woman to triumph here — now bids to become the fourth women to claim this title multiple times.
This will be Kvitova’s third final across five tournaments in the 2019 season. She won her 26th career title at Sydney, beating Barty in the final to extend her winning streak in title rounds to eight. The two-time Wimbledon champion was then a set away from her third major title at Melbourne but fell to Naomi Osaka.
Belinda Bencic is back into a Premier-level final for the first time in over three years after ending the two-year reign of Elina Svitolina, defeating the world #6 in a third-set tiebreak, 6-2, 3-6, 7-6. She trailed the deciding set by a break, while later squandered away three match points on the return before the tiebreak kicked in.
In the third round, the 21-year-old saved six match points against eighth seed Aryna Sabalenka, while in the quarterfinals, she trailed #2 Simona Halep by a set before recording her biggest win in three years. She has recorded three top 10 wins in this week alone, more than the entire total of 2018 and 2017 combined.
During her recent-most and biggest title triumph — 2015 Rogers Cup — Bencic also laid a trail of upsets, beating the likes of #1 S. Williams, #4 Wozniacki, #6 Ivanovic, and #3 Halep (final, retired). She is seeking to become the second Swiss woman to win a trophy at Dubai after the 2001 champion, Martina Hingis.
Kvitova is expected to face another stern opposition but is expected to survive. The Czech is 26-8 in career finals, last losing a final at a WTA event in 2016 Luxembourg. Bencic, who will return to top 30 for the first time since 2016, is 2-5 in such matches, most recently falling to Goerges at Luxembourg last year.

@BetSheihk Betting Picks: Petra Kvitova will win this match for sure: 2-0

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