One of the big names of the womens part of the 2014 Australian Open draw that will be in action on Saturday is former world Nr.1 Caroline Wozniacki that will meet a player with the best form in 2014 - Garbine Muguruza from Spain. Of course, the 23-year-old Caroline Wozniacki is surely the better known player out of these two - in the end she is a former world Nr.1 and winner of 21 WTA Tour titles - and her loss in this match would be considered as a big surprise by wide audience. But is it really so? Or there is just a big name playing a relatively unkown player who deserves our attention? Wozniacki is surely a good player who uses her great defensive skills and movement to win her matches but at the same time she has never been that successful on Grand Slam events and usually has no answers for players that decide to play an inspiring offensive tennis against her. On the other hand the young Spaniard Garbine Muguruza is clearly the best player of this season so far, winning her first WTA Tour title in Hobart as a qualifier and coming to this match with an impressive 12-1 match record (her only loss came in a match against Venus Williams in Auckland). She has not only won big number of matches but mainly showed some really impressive tennis in last weeks and is naturally full of confidence after such a streak. Right, this can also mean that she could feel some tiredness what could be crucial in Australian's hot conditions but otherwise she really has the game to overplay Wozniacki and get another win over her. Yes, Muguruza has already defeated Wozniacki in Miami last year, winning easily 62 64 and we believe that she should be rated as the favourite of this match and recommend you to place a tennis bet on her.
- Starting Time: 18 January 2014, 6:00 CET
- Bet: Muguruza
- Odds: 2.16
- Stake: 7 units
- Bookmaker: Bet365