Rebecca Peterson v Lucia Bronzetti Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for Slovenian Open 2021: Swede Favoured to Beat Italian Qualifier

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World No. 80, and number seven seed, Rebecca Peterson of Sweden will take on Lucia Bronzetti Italy, the world number 167, in the first round of the 2021 Portoroz Open on Tuesday, September 14. Get the live streaming options of this Rebecca Peterson v Lucia Bronzetti match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Rebecca Peterson v Lucia Bronzetti Head to Head

The pair have never played each other before. This will be the first match between the 26-year old Swede, and the Italian, who is four years younger.

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Swedish Number One Peterson

The current Swedish number one, Peterson won her two career titles within a month of each other in China in 2019, clinching for the Jiangxi and then the Tianjin Open events.

That helped her close the year at a career high ranking of world number 43, although she has slipped a little since then.

Recent results have been mixed for the Swede. She was beaten in the first round of Wimbledon by Ons Jabeur, and then having reached the semi-finals of a Challenger tournament on home soil in Bastad, she was chosen to represent her country at the Olympic Games.

Chicago proved to be a more successful outing for her. She got to the semi-finals and only lost to the eventual winner Elia Svitolina in three sets.

However, she was drawn against Elise Mertens of Belgium in the first round of the US Open, and, although she won the first set, she lost the next two, both via tie-breaks.

Bronzetti Qualifies for Another WTA Tournament

Bronzetti made her WTA main tour debut earlier this year in the doubles of her home event, the Italian Open, where she was partnered with compatriot Nuna Brancaccio.

She spends the majority of her time on the ITF tour, where she has appeared in seven finals , five of them this year. She won in Sharm El Sheikh on a hard court and then in Le Havre on clay, and was the runner-up, again on clay, in Bellinzona, Jonkoping and Turin.

This is the third time she has made the main draw of a WTA singles event this year. In Lausanne, she came through qualifying, before losing to the eventual winner, Tamara Zidansek.

And then in Parma a week later, she also got to the third round, losing on that occasion to Elena Gabriela Ruse of Romania.

Those events were on clay, her favourite surface, and making it to the main draw of a hard court event is a new experience for her.

She was pushed hard in the first round of qualifying by Fanny Stollar, dropping the first set to the Hungarian before bouncing back to win the next two. However, Samantha Murray of Greta Britain, the world number 255, proved to be a much easier opponent to beat on Monday, and the Italian won in straight sets, conceding just five games in the process.

Peterson v Bronzetti Prediction and Tip

Peterson will start the clear favourite against the Italian qualifier, who has little experience at this level, and is more at home on clay.

Tip: Peterson to win: 3/10 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 Slovenian Open will be played from September 13 to 19. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

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Andy is English but a long time resident of Cyprus. When not writing about tennis and other sports, he is also a Chartered Accountant. In his spare moments, he spends more time than is healthy worrying about his beloved Arsenal.

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