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BNP Paribas Poland Open Preview: July 25 - 31

By Adam Ortega

Warsaw, Poland, is the site of one of two WTA tennis tournaments this week. This tournament, in particular, will be held on clay, which has enormous implications for players' different skills.

Before we do a deep dive into players to watch for in this tournament, let's talk about what playing on the red clay surface means. Different surfaces mean different things. As it relates to the red clay, you will see a slower pace in which players can get to more balls due to the way it bounces off the surface.

Although this is the WTA women's pro tour, some players excel, and others can never seem to get the hang of playing on clay. However, there is a method by which players need to know how to play on this surface. Knowing how to move and slide on the clay is essential for players to be in the best position to hit the ball and be in a winning position.

In this tournament, we will spotlight the number one women's player on tour, Iga Swiatek. Not only does she hold the number one ranking, but by many accounts, she is the best player, particularly on clay. This year, in tournaments leading up to the French Open and through Wimbledon, Swiatek was on a 37-match winning streak.

Barring any significant injury, Swiatek is on the road to a historic career. At 21 years old, she has nine career singles titles and a winning percentage of 79.3%. Two of those nine titles are grand slam titles at the French Open. Many players on tour struggle to even win a few titles during their careers.

As it relates to this tournament, the question remains, who can compete and challenge Swiatek? The only players that could do so would be Sara Sorribes Tormo and or Caroline Garcia. These two women possess skill on the clay; however, they would have to be playing out of their minds and have a career day to knock off Swiatek.

Although it is hard to find future odds on WTA 250 Tournament events, it is hard to imagine any other player other than Iga Switek winning this coming week in Warsaw, Poland. The quality and skills she possesses will be the catalysts that help her lift the trophy this coming week. I suggest you use these types of tournaments to learn about different players that can pay dividends in your future tennis wagers. Best of luck and have a great week!

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