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

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

The Round of 32 at the Hungarian Grand Prix is set for Monday, with Kamilla Rakhimova, the No. 72-ranked player, going up against Nadia Podoroska, the No. 80-ranked player.

Podoroska’s last competition was in the Round of 64 of the Wimbledon on July 6, 2023, when she lost 3-6, 0-6 to Victoria Azarenka. Rakhimova is coming off a three-set loss in her most recent match on July 3, 2023, in the Round of 128 of the Wimbledon, 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 against Cristina Bucsa.

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Nadia Podoroska Recent Performance

  • Podoroska has put up a 1-4 record on clay in 2023.
  • Through nine matches in her past five tournaments (across all court surfaces), Podoroska has played 19.7 games per match and won 42.4% of them.
  • Podoroska has won 63.2% of her service games in her past five tournaments, and 23.8% of her return games.
  • In her past five tournaments, Podoroska has converted 17 of 34 (50.0%) break points on all surfaces.
  • Podoroska has played 20.5 games per match in 25 matches over her last 15 tournaments (across all court types).
  • Podoroska has won 64.4% of her service games over her last 15 tournaments, and 28% of her return games.
  • Including all surfaces, Podoroska has converted 42.9% of her break-point chances (63 of 147) over her last 15 tournaments.

Kamilla Rakhimova Recent Performance

  • Rakhimova owns a match record of 8-6 on clay this year.
  • Rakhimova has played eight matches over her last five tournaments across all court surfaces, and 21.3 games per match.
  • Over her last five tournaments, Rakhimova has won 35.1% of her return games and 66.7% of her service games.
  • Rakhimova has converted 20 of 37 break points (54.1%) over her last five tournaments.
  • In 32 matches during her past 15 tournaments across all court types, Rakhimova has played an average of 22.4 games.
  • Rakhimova has won 36.5% of her return games in her past 15 tournaments, and 63.8% of her service games.
  • In her past 15 tournaments, Rakhimova has converted 68 of 151 (45.0%) break points on all surfaces.

Hungarian Grand Prix Info

  • Tournament: The Hungarian Grand Prix
  • Round: Round of 32
  • Date: Monday, July 17
  • Venue: Romai Tennis Academy
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Court Surface: Clay