Angelique Kerber may be expecting the fact that the story does not necessarily repeat per se at the WTA Dubai Ladies Open later on this month, after she accessed the semi-finals in both equally 2017 and 2018 before running up against ultimate champion Elina Svitolina.
Kerber will need to confront the two-time Wimbledon winner and 2019 Sydney champion Petra Kvitova, 2018 Australian Open winner Caroline Wozniacki, current French Open winner Simona Halep and various other high rated contenders.
An additional very desired arrival in Dubai is the one of Petra Kvitova. Just after Australian Open, Petra moved to WTA St Petersburg where she lost to Donna Vekic in the last eight and she will consider some well-deserved break prior to coming back to action in Dubai, competing against the fantastic group of players and attempting to get the championship 6 seasons after being victorious in the 1st.
There is certainly no surprise that most top players are arriving to perform for the WTA Dubai, as the contest offers the greatest reward money among all Premier 5 events this year.
Petra Kvitova ıs going to be a audience favorite once she bids for a secondary trophy at the WTA Dubai Ladies Open, which in turn commences on February 17..
With Naomi Osaka still getting back from an injury and Kvitova not in best form, there may very well be some considerable upsets throughout the game this year in Dubai.