World No. 20, and number nine seed, Anett Kontaveit of Estonia will take on Katerina Siniakova, the world 50, in the first round of the 2021 Antwerp Open on Tuesday, October 19. Get the live streaming options of this Anett Kontaveit v Katerina Siniakova match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Anett Kontaveit v Katerina Siniakova Head to Head
The pair have played each other four times before, and Kontaveit has won all their previous matches. The Estonian won at Guangzhou in 2016, and also in both their meetings in 2018, at the US Open, and in Wuhan.
They last met in Cleveland two months ago, the Estonian winning in three sets.
A Year to Remember for Kontaveit
2021 will be a year that Kontaveit will look back on with a good deal of fondness.
It all began in Melbourne where, having lost five of her six previous finals, she got to share the Grampians Trophy with the American Ann Li.
She was then beaten in another final in Eastbourne, but snapped her losing ruin with victory at the Cleveland Open and claimed her third tournament win in Ostrava last month.
After that win in the Czech Republic, she travelled to Chicago where she reached the second round, and last week at Indian Wells, the Estonian beat Bianca Andreescu before eventually losing in the quarter-finals to Ons Jabeur.
Siniakova Hopes to Transform Doubles Form into Singles
Siniakova is better known as one half of the successful doubles pair with partner Barbora Krejcikova. They were beaten finalists in the Australian Open in February and then, at Roland Garros, they won their third Grand Slam title.
The pair then capped that achievement by winning Olympic gold in Tokyo.
She is by no means out of her depth in singles either – she has been in six senior career finals, winning two of them in 2017.
Her most recent final was in June in Bad-Homburg, where she lost to local favourite Angelique Kerber.
From there she went to Wimbledon, reaching the third round before her progress was halted by Ashleigh Barty.
Highlights since then have included a quarter-final in Prague and third round appearances in Montreal and Chicago,
In Indian Wells she beat the veteran Kim Clijsters in the first round before her run was ended by Kerber again.
Kontaveit v Siniakova Prediction and Tip
Kontaveit has enjoyed a successful; year so far and will be hoping to top it off with another good run in Moscow. Siniakova, although best known for her exploits on the doubles court, will be a worthy opponent, but the Estonian will still start favourite, not least because she has won all their previous matches together.