Barty vs Kontaveit : The game is one of the biggest popular game in the world between Barty vs Kontaveit of Miami Open 2019. Barty and Kontaveit have come a long way since their only meeting, at Wimbledon qualifying in 2014. The Estonian edged the Australian that day, but since then Barty has had the slightly better career. While Kontaveit cracked the Top 20 for the first time this month, Barty made it into the Top 10 for the first time with her win over Petra Kvitova on Tuesday night. It felt “bloody good,” as the easygoing Aussie put it. Enjoy the game you can connected with us.
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Thursday night’s showcase WTA semifinal would have made a fine final. Halep and Pliskova are perennial Top 10 players and Slam contenders, and they present a natural stylistic contrast. Pliskova is a hitter, Halep a runner; Pliskova is ice, Halep is fire.
While Halep leads their head-to-head 7-3, the Czech and the Romanian have had their battles in the past. The most recent, and perhaps the best, came in Fed Cup last month, when Halep beat Pliskova 6-4 in the third set. And Halep has mostly had a smoother road to the semis here, including a straight-set win over Venus Williams. Pliskova, by contrast, has fought her through long matches against Alizé Cornet and Yulia Putintseva, and she came back from 0-3 down in the second set against Marketa Vondrousova in the quarters.
Halep may still be the favorite on paper, but it feels as if Pliskova has been working up to something important this season. She has improved, but she hasn’t quite cashed in on that improvement yet. Miami would be a good place for her to make it happen.
Based on the current form of both players, this match should be competitive. Barty is coming off three-set wins over Kvitova and Kiki Bertens, as well as a career-best quarterfinal run at the Australian Open and a single-handed sweep of the U.S. in Fed Cup.
Kontaveit, meanwhile, ended Bianca Andreescu’s spring surge in Miami (aided by the teenager’s retirement), and came back from the brink of defeat against Su-Wei Hsieh in the quarterfinals.
That resurrection may make Kontaveit feel as if she has nothing to lose on Thursday, which would be a positive for her. But Barty has more weapons, especially with her serve, and the more complete all-court game. The next logical step is for her to make the final at a tournament this size.
Barty will finally be in the Top 10 after this run, capping off a strong year that saw her win 2 titles including Zhuhai. The Australian is a consistent force and rarely loses to opponents with a much lower ranking than her.
She picked up her first win over Petra Kvitova in a late night match, eventually coming out on top 7-6 3-6 6-2. “It was important for me to try and take Petra’s serve away from her as much as possible.” she said afterwards. “I tried to do the best I could and tried to get into as many service games as I could, and I thought I did that really well tonight.”
Kontaveit has had a strong tournament but has been the beneficiary of some draw luck. Bianca Andreescu was totally spent after a spectacular month while Su Wei Hsieh had taken out opponents that may have been considered tougher for the Estonian. That said, she had to fight extremely hard to make it here – coming from a double break down in the third set of her win against Hsieh.
Barty and Kontaveit are yet to play at pro level but the pair are familiar from their time at juniors. “I think we played each other a few times in juniors. I do know how she’s playing. She’s, of course, a very good player, as well. Yeah, she’s very crafty, and she has a good serve. You know, very good forehand.” Kontaveit said on Barty.