Originally Posted by Barty_Tennisfan
If she plays like she did in Auckland, she can win.
But the problem is that we don't know how she's going to play.
She has a good chance, but it will be tough.
2 years ago they also played at the first round against each other. Yanina won in three close sets.
Yes, I think so too...her serve is bad, but her groundstrokes are crisp and clean atm, and more accurate than Jarka's!
That was such a great match between those two, I remember watching it.