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I will place a parlay which I found pretty solid and that is to high at the moment:

Soler-Espinosa S. – Diyas Z. 

Diyas should have a good chance to advance here. She will meet the Lucky Loser Espinosa (lost to Brengle today) instead of Vinci, so a better match up for Diyas I think.

Diyas made a good 2014 as she climb the rankings, now ranked 31 she is also seeded to Australian Open. The young player born 1993 ended her year by making the final in Osaka on hard (losing to Stosur), she won titles on ITF level on both hard and grass.

But this pick is mainly because of Solers (ranked 65) appearance on hard court:

In 2014 she never went further then 1R in any event. She was 12-14 (46% winning rate) on hard last year and is total of only 52,57% on hard courts. Her best results was last year when she beat both Lepchenko and Mladenovic in Bejing qualifications. 

Diyas, as I said made it to Osaka Final and won an ITF event in China on hard court. She has a 31-14 (68,89%) winning rate on hard over her last year and she is 61,69% all timeShe also made it to the 3R in Australian Open last year. 

Soler is 3-7 against higher ranked players on HC
Diyas is 9-1 against lower players on HC. 

Dias should be the better HC player and she is upcoming against a Soler on HC in decline. Diyas won their only previous meeting, last year – 62 63 on HC.

Tsurenko L. – Kerber A. 

This is also a match which is totally on Kerber’s racket and that she should win. Tsurenko will have confidence, she is 6-1 in 2015 but this will be another test for sure.

I don’t need to say so much about Kerber, she is ranked 9 in the world and she is 194-101 on HC (65.76%) all time. 

Tsurenko is 66-50 (56.90%) on HC all time.  But Tsurenko have never won a match against a top 10 player as she is 0-5. 

Kerber will come into this event highly motivated as she was the runner up last year (she lost in the final to Pironkova) and she got a good task ahead of her.

Diyas + Kerber – 1.71 @ Ladbrokes

Diyas 2-0
Kerber 2-1 


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