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Pauline Parmentier – Denisa Allertova
15.01.18 at 06:30
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Pauline Parmentier and Denisa Allertova meet in the Australian Open. Women
Pauline Parmentier is coming off a straight sets win over his last opponent that took 25 games to decide. In the victory, Pauline Parmentier won 79 percent of his first serve points and 65 percent of his second serve points. Pauline Parmentier continues to be lights out on hard court this season and is coming off a match in which he won 75 percent of his total service points. Pauline Parmentier has now won 18 of his last 20 sets played and still hasn’t lost a match since Cincinnati. As long as Pauline Parmentier continues to serve as effective as he has the last several months, it’s going to take a special performance to knock him off this incredible run. Of course, the defense and return ability is always there for Pauline Parmentier. Pauline Parmentier looks to win his seventh title this season and is 18-24 in his career in final appearances on hard court. Pauline Parmentier has won 16 straight matches on hard court.
Pauline Parmentier vs. Denisa Allertova Australian Open. Women, Odds, Prediction
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Denisa Allertova is coming off a three sets win over his last opponent that took 27 games to decide. In the victory, Denisa Allertova won 94 percent of his first serve points and 29 percent of his second serve points. Denisa Allertova got his revenge for the quarterfinal loss in the US Open, and he won 74 percent of his total service points. Denisa Allertova is now 31-3 this season on hard court and is participating in his seventh final appearance of the season. Like Pauline Parmentier, Denisa Allertova continues to play extremely clean tennis and pounces the second his opponent makes a mistake, which is usually the deciding factor in his victories. It takes one slip in his opponents game for a match to turn around and for him to be declared the winner. Denisa Allertova hopes to win his sixth title of the season and is 63-24 in his career in final appearances on hard court. Denisa Allertova has won 10 of his last 12 matches on hard court.
These two have played 37 times and Pauline Parmentier has won 23 of those meetings. The most recent match was in this years Miami Masters, a match Denisa Allertova won in straight sets. Denisa Allertova has won the last four matches against Pauline Parmentier with his last loss coming in the 2014 Australian Open.
With the way these guys are playing, you could make a strong argument for either side. Pauline Parmentier had a much easier semifinal match and has won 16 straight on hard court, while Denisa Allertova has the mental advantage in this head to head with four straight victories. I was originally leaning towards Pauline Parmentier in this match due to less wear and tear, but Denisa Allertova sees Pauline Parmentier’s serve very well and hasn’t been broken once in their last two meetings. Denisa Allertova has been Pauline Parmentier’s kryptonite as of late.
Head to head numbers matter in a match like this, which is why I’m giving Denisa Allertova the edge here.
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