In the second round of the 2019 WTA Auckland Open, Serena Williams will play against Christina McHale from the United States.
|Date:||Wednesday January 8, 2020|
|Time:||4:00 PM (EST)|
|Location:||ASB Tennis Centre, Auckland, New Zealand|
Christina McHale enters this game having dominated her past installation in straight sets against Ann Li. It was a predominant showcase by McHale as she won 70% of her administration games and 6 return games. The getting was particularly amazing from Christina McHale as she won 54% of her accepting points. 2019 was a generally poor season for Christina McHale as she battled on the WTA visit. This is relied upon to be an incredibly intense counterpart for McHale since she is playing a tip top rival in Serena Williams.
Taking a gander at Serena Williams, the American whiz will be hoping to gather some speed paving the way to the Australian Open. Serena is as yet looking for the 24th Grand Slam title and with time running out, she will be edgy to be solid and steady for the Australian Open. Serena Williams looked strong during her past match as she crushed Camila Giorgi in straight sets. Serena looked agreeable as she won every last bit of her administration games and 3 return games. This ought to be a moderately basic installation for Serena Williams and she will be hoping to win with some solace.
Statistics and personal meetings
Serena Williams and Christina McHale have played each other multiple times previously. Serena Williams has a 3-0 straight on record against McHale. The latest match between these two players was 2016 at Wimbledon where Serena Williams won in 3 sets.
Serena Williams vs. Christina McHale Prediction
Christina McHale glanced in great structure during her past match however I don’t see her being adequate to cause Serena any issues. Serena Williams was prevailing during her past match and I see her being colossally focussed as she gets ready for the Australian Open. There is a major hole in ability between the two players so I will foresee that Serena will win in straight sets.
Pick: Serena Williams