Podoroska vs. Avanesyan Hungarian Grand Prix Betting Stats & Live Stream

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Preview the Nadia Podoroska vs. Elina Avanesyan match with Hungarian Grand Prix betting odds, match info and head-to-head-stats.

The quarterfinals at the Hungarian Grand Prix will feature Nadia Podoroska and Elina Avanesyan going toe to toe for a ticket to the semifinals on Friday, July 21 in Budapest, Hungary.

Podoroska is +700 to win this tournament, while Avanesyan is +450 (second-best).

Podoroska heads into the quarterfinals after a two-set win, 6-3, 6-0 over Anna Siskova in the Round of 16 on Thursday. Avanesyan heads into this competition after a two-set win against Anna Bondar (6-3, 6-0) in her most recent match, which was on Thursday (in the Round of 16).

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Nadia Podoroska Recent Performance

  • Podoroska has posted a 1-4 match record on clay so far this year.
  • Podoroska has played nine matches in her past five tournaments across all court types, and 19.7 games per match.
  • In terms of serve/return winning percentages during her past five tournaments, Podoroska has won 63.2% of her games on serve, and 23.8% on return.
  • Podoroska has converted 17 of 34 break points (50.0%) in her past five tournaments.
  • Podoroska has played 25 matches over her last 15 tournaments across all court surfaces, and 20.5 games per match.
  • Over her last 15 tournaments, Podoroska has won 64.4% of her service games and 28% of her return games.
  • Including all surfaces, Podoroska has converted 42.9% of her break-point opportunities (63 of 147) over her last 15 tournaments.

Elina Avanesyan Recent Performance

  • Avanesyan owns a match record of 8-4 on clay this year.
  • Avanesyan has played 17 matches over her last five tournaments (across all court surfaces), and 22.5 games per match.
  • Over her last five tournaments, Avanesyan has won 61.3% of her service games and 50.7% of her return games.
  • Including all surfaces, Avanesyan has converted 67 of 126 break points (53.2%) over her last five tournaments.
  • Avanesyan has played 22.1 games per match in 44 matches in her past 15 tournaments (across all court types).
  • Avanesyan has won 58.4% of her service games in her past 15 tournaments, and 46.7% of her return games.
  • Including all surfaces, Avanesyan has converted 52.3% of her break-point opportunities (137 of 262) in her past 15 tournaments.

Hungarian Grand Prix Info

  • Tournament: The Hungarian Grand Prix
  • Round: Quarterfinals
  • Date: Friday, July 21
  • Venue: Romai Tennis Academy
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Court Surface: Clay