World no. 106 Tatjana Maria of Germany will face World no. 136 Katie Boulter of Britain in the first round of the 2022 WTA Nottingham Open on Tuesday, June 7. Get the live streaming options of this Tatjana Maria v Katie Boulter match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Tatjana Maria v Katie Boulter Head to Head
This will be a first meeting between the two.
Maria Will Look to Make an Impressive Start
World no. 106 Tatjana Maria has been is coming off a quarterfinal appearance at the ITF Surbriton Open.
The German player is in solid form this year and brings an overall 28-13 record (across levels) to the tournament. She won her second WTA title this April, beating Laura Pigossi in the final of Copa Colsanitas.
Maria had also won the ITF Rome title in February. It was a 16th ITF triumph for the former World no. 46.
Maria, who has a 15-15 overall record on grass courts, was a finalist in Mallorca in 2018 and had reached the semifinals in Nottingham in 2019.
She has been in good form this year and will look to make an impressive start in Nottingham.
Boulter Rallies Past Inglis to Qualify
Katie Boulter came back from a set down to beat Australia’s Maddison Inglis in the second qualifying round on Monday.
The 25-year-old World no. 136 needed almost two hours to beat the World no. 127, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Boulter had won her opening qualifying round against Liang En-shuo 6-2, 7-5.
The British player is 11-5 from all levels this season. She qualified for main draws of just two WTA events, reaching the second round in Lyon and falling in the first round in Indian Wells.
Boulter won her sixth ITF title in Grenoble in February.
Boulter, who has a 26-22 record on grass at all levels, reached the quarterfinals in Nottingham in both her previous two appearances in 2018 and 2021. Can she reach that far once again?
Maria v Boulter Prediction and Tip
Expect this to be a good contest, with the match going the distance. Boulter has a good record in Nottingham and she should edge through in the opener.