Analysis for Benesova-K.Ch.Chang (WTA Tokyo)

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Time 29th Sep 2009
Event Benesova-K.Ch.Chang (WTA Tokyo)
Tip 2
Office Pinnacle
Units 3
Odds 2.180
Result 2:0
Outcome -3.000
Analysis

Head-to-head record 0:0

Chang Kai-Chen will play the Czech clay-courter Iveta Benesova in the second round at Tokyo. Chang is a professional Taiwanese tennis player who was born in 1991. She is a very young player but her star already started to shine this year. Her highest WTA singles ranking is 140th, which she reached this month. She is a right-handed player and prefers hard courts. She qualified for the 2009 U.S. Open and beat 25th seed Kaia Kanepi in her first round match. In second round, she was eliminated by Slovak Rybarikova in 3 sets. Here at the 2009 Toray Pan Pacific Open, Chang defeated Kanepi again in the first round and WTA No.1 Dinara Safina in her second round match. She is a player of big potential and we think there is a bright future ahead of her. If she keeps on playing her best, she should be able to eliminate Czech clay court specialist. Benesova has achieved her career best results on clay. She uses extreme topspin on her forehand and slower topspin and slice on her backhand. She prefers slow surfaces and is patient baseliner who wins matches by disrupting her opponents' rhythm through changes of spin, pace, depth, height, and angle. Her hard court results are far from being as impressive and we think she will have difficult time against Chang. She defeated both Razzano and Dulko in 3 sets here in Tokyo but we think her run will end today. We will take Chang above 2.1.

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