Clara Tauson v Jasmine Paolini Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for Courmayeur Open 2021: Can the Local Woman Beat the Danish Teenager?

Clara Tauson v Jasmine Paolini Live Streaming, Prediction
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World No. 49, and number five seed, Clara Tauson of Denmark, will take on Jasmine Paolini of Italy, the world number 56, and number seven seed, in the semi-finals of the 2021 Courmayeur Open on Saturday, October 30. Get the live streaming options of this Clara Tauson v Jasmine Paolini match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Clara Tauson v Jasmine Paolini Head to Head

The pair have never played each other before. This will be the first match between the 18-yewar old Dane, and the Italian, who is seven years older.

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Tauson Makes Yet Another Semi-Final

For the 18-year old Dane, who is already being described as the next Caroline Wozniacki, it has already been a season to remember.

She won her first senior WTA title in Lyon in March and her second in Luxembourg in September, and, sandwiched in between that, she beat Emma Radecanu in the final; of a WTA 125k tournament in Chicago.

And now, right at the end of the season, she finds herself in yet another semi-final.

However, having breezed past Stephane Voegele of Switzerland and Giulia Gatto-Monticone of Italy, she found Ann Li of the USA a much tougher proposition in their semi-final.

Although Li had to save three break points in the opening game of the match, it was she who started the stronger, forcing the only break of the first set to take an early lead.

After the pair swapped breaks, Tauson faced another break point on her own serve which she saved, That proved to be a significant moment in the match, as she broke herself to level soon afterwards, and then broke the Li serve again midway through the third set.

From there Tauson controlled the rest of the match and sealed the win with another break of serve.

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Paolini Upsets Top Seed

Paolini had her own career breakthrough at the Slovenia Open last month, where she beat Alison Riske to win her first career title.

And now she is just one match away from another title, this time on home soil in Italy.

In her first two rounds in Courmayeur, she had the advantage of playing two local women, both ranked below her in the form of Martina Di Guiseppe and Lucrezia Stefanini, although the latter in particular, did not make it easy for her.

However, her quarter-final opponent was the toughest she could meet on the field, at least on paper, being the top seed, Dayana Yastremska, of the Ukraine.

Despite this it was Paolini who started the stronger, putting early pressure on the Yastremska serve and she was rewarded when she secured a break in the ninth game of the first set, duly serving out from there.

The second set developed into a service battle, with Paolini saving the only break point created by either woman, meaning that a tie-break was needed.

And it was the Italian who proved the stronger, generating three match points. The Ukrainian saved the first two, but not the third.

Tauson v Paolini Prediction and Tip

Both women will go into this match full of confidence, but Paolini has home court advantage, and that might just be enough to give her the edge.

Tip: Paolini to win: 6/7 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 Courmayeur Open will be played from October 25 to 31. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

About Andy Dalziel 1214 Articles
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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