World number 82 Madison Brengle faces fellow American and 97th-ranked Christina McHale in the first round of the 2021 Wimbledon on Monday, June 28. Get the live streaming options of this Madison Brengle v Christina McHale match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Madison Brengle v Christina McHale Head to Head
While Brengle and McHale have never faced off at the highest level they did play once on the ITF circuit in 2010. Not that it matters too much but McHale led her opponent by a set and 4-1 in the second when Brengle retired from the match.
Brengle Struggling for Wins on WTA Circuit
Barring the odd win here and there, Brengle’s performances in main draws of WTA competitions have been anything but spectacular.
This year itself, she began with a couple of first round wins at Australian Open and Phillip Island Trophy, had another win in Charleston and Roland-Garros but otherwise has struggled to get going. These four wins represent the effort of 11 WTA level tournaments Brengle has participated in.
These kind of results have been Brengle’s bane for a while and this is also why she has been unable to break into the top 70 on the WTA charts in the last four years.
From a positive standpoint, Brengle has managed to make it to the second round at Grand Slams in the last three of her four appearances – including a third round at US Open last year.
Can she continue to add to that against a player who is herself in bit of a form mire?
McHale No Better at the Highest Level
If Brengle’s wins on the WTA circuit have been sporadic, McHale this year has been in an even worse state. She has won just one main draw match, which came in the opening round of Charleston Open but in the 12 other tournaments, McHale has either gotten knocked out in the qualifiers or in the opening round.
Interestingly, only last week McHale showed signs of bit of a turnaround as she defeated Anastasija Sevastova in the qualifiers of Eastbourne International, before taking a set of Bianca Andreescu in the opening round.
The issue, however, is the same, lack of main draw victories and till such time the lack of confidence caused by a mental block, will always show.
McHale will be gunning for just her second main draw win in a Grand Slam since the 2017 US Open here, and up against her is an opponent who needs a similar turnaround.
Brengle v McHale Prediction and Tip
Nothing to choose between the two but Brengle’s slightly better main draw record this year makes her a slight favourite at 4/5 as compared to McHale’s 1/1. Still, both players can be expected to fight tooth and nail for this.