World number 22 Karolina Muchova will be up against the 33rd-ranked Paula Badosa in the fourth round of the 2021 Wimbledon on Monday, July 5. Get the live streaming options of this Paula Badosa v Karolina Muchova match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Paula Badosa v Karolina Muchova Head to Head
No previous matches have been played between Badosa and Muchova before this.
Fighting Badosa Overcomes Linette to Make Another Fourth Round
It’s been the kind of a year for Badosa that turns a player from an average one to an excellent one with a lot of self-belief. And that’s also how she has gotten through to the fourth round at Wimbledon, coming back from behind to defeat Magda Linette in the third round.
Badosa needed two hours and 24 minutes and three sets to come through, beating Linette 5-7, 6-2, 6-4.
It was a strange first set for Badosa, who had earlier gone past Aliona Bolsova and Yulia Putintseva in the tournament, as she lost her serve twice after serving for the set at 5-4.
Undeterred however, Badosa came back strongly with two breaks of serves in the first three games of the set and then overcame Linette’s 3-0 lead in the final set to rattle off six of the next seven games and seal her place in the round of 16.
She now has an excellent chance of making it back to back quarterfinal appearances at Grand Slams.
Muchova Baying for Back to Back Wimbledon Quarterfinals
If Badosa entered the quarterfinal at French Open and has followed it up with another fourth round here, Muchova has made the waves herself.
She was a quarterkufinialist last time Wimbledon was played but to add to that, Muchova has now made it to the fourth round at a Grand Slam on two separate occasions this season. And this time around she got to that stage with a straight-set win over the French Open finalist from earlier this year.
Muchova defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 7-5, 6-3 to storm into the quarterfinals.
She needed an hour and 42 minutes and a whopping seven breaks of serves from the 18 break-points she got in the encounter to seal the deal. Muchova did drop her own serve four times and came back from 2-0 and 4-2 down in the opening set to fluff up her lines while serving at 5-4 only to break again at 5-5.
The second set followed a similar script to begin things, comeback from 0-2 down to break her Russian opponent three times to clinch the encounter.
Badosa v Muchova Prediction and Tip
.Tough one to call but Muchova’s background and experience needs to be backed here, which is also why she starts out at 4/6 to win this. Backing Muchova to make the last eight.