Madison Brengle v Maria Camila Osorio Serrano Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for French Open 2021: In-form Osorio Serrano Eyes Win on Grand Slam Debut

Madison Brengle v Maria Camila Osorio Serrano Live Streaming, Prediction
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World No. 84 Madison Brengle of the U.S. will play Colombia’s Maria Camila Osorio Serrano in the first round of the 2021 French Open on Monday, May 31. Get the live streaming options of this Madison Brengle v Maria Camila Osorio Serrano match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Madison Brengle v Maria Camila Osorio Serrano Head to Head

This will be the first time that the 31-year-old Brengle will meet 19-year-old Osorio Serano.

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Brengle Will Aim for Her Second Win at Roland Garros  

America’s Madison Brengle will be making her eighth main draw appearance at the French Open, and has won only one match in her previous seven attempts. That win was against Julia Gorges in 2017. The American fought back from a set down to win the marathon contest 1-6, 6-3, 13-11.

The 31-year-old right-hander is 3-6 in the main draws this year. The three wins came against Arina Rodionova at the Australian Open, Yafan Wang at the Philip Island Trophy and Natalia Vikhlyantseva at the WTA 250 in Charleston.

Brengle, who reached a career-high ranking of 35 in 2015, reached her only WTA final in Auckland that year. She also won a WTA 125 event at Newport Beach last year.

A prominent player at the ITF Circuit, Brengle has played in 26 ITF finals, winning 15 of them. Her last three tournaments have all been at the ITF level and she reached the final of one of them on the clay court of Charleston. However, Brengle was denied a 16th ITF title by Claire Liu, of the U.S.

Among her other accomplishments, Brengle has three top 10 victories, defeating Petra Kvitova twice in Stuttgart in 2015 and Dubai in 2016 and scoring a shock win over Serena Williams in Auckland in 2017.

Osorio Serrano In Top Form

Facing Brengle in the first round will be Colombian teen Maria Camila Osorio Serrano, who looks all set to impress on her Grand Slam debut. The 19-year-old Colombian, who failed to qualify for the Australian Open and got knocked out of the first round in Monterrey, has delivered splendid results on clay, winning her first WTA title in Bogota and reaching two semifinals in her three tournaments since April.

The 2019 U.S. Open girls’ champion enters the main draw through the qualifiers, where she defeated Olga Danilovic in the first round, Richel Hogenkamp in the second and Monica Niculescu in the third. The latter retired from the contest while she trailed the Colombian 3-6, 3-4.

A former junior No. 1, Osorio Serrano is 11-3 in 2021. Her brilliant run began in Bogota, where she won five matches in a row and claimed her first WTA title by beating Tamara Zidansek in the final.

The Colombian carried her form to the WTA 250 in Charleston, where she reached the semifinals by beating higher-ranked players in Magda Linette, Christina McHale and Clara Tauson in the first three rounds respectively. But a second successive final was not possible after Astra Sharma ended Osorio Serrano’s eight-match win streak in the semifinal.

The defeat was followed by another deep run by Osorio Serrano, this time in Belgrade, where the right-hander came through the qualifiers before beating Zhang Shuai, Camilla Rakhimova and Aliaksandra Sasnovich on her way to a third successive semifinal. She was prevented from advancing to the title clash by Croatia’s Anna Konjuh, who won 7-6, 7-6.

Brengle v Osorio Serrano Prediction and Tip

Osorio Serrano is in top form and although she is ranked below Brengle, she will fancy her chances against the American. Expect the Colombian to advance for a second round clash with either Bianca Andreescu or  Tamara Zidansek.

Tip: Osorio Serrano to win in straight sets: 8/11 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 French Open will be played from May 30 to June 13. Get all the latest French Open previews, predictions & odds here. You can also learn more about Spread Betting in tennis here.

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