Simona Halep begins her quest for a first Australian Open title when she faces Aussie wildcard Lizette Cabrera on Monday and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Simona Halep vs Lizette Cabrera Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online
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Simona Halep vs Lizette Cabrera Match Details
🎾 Competition: Australian Open R1
🗓 Date: Monday February 8
⏰ Time: 7.00pm AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Rod Laver Arena
Head to Head
These two players have never met on tour before.
Simona Halep vs Lizette Cabrera Tips & Predictions
Runner-up in 2018, Simona Halep starts her pursuit of a maiden Australian Open title and third major crown when she comes up against Australian wildcard Lizette Cabrera on Monday night.
Halep has arguably been the most consistent player on tour for the better part of the last eight years or so, but she only has two Grand Slams to show for it – she’d loving nothing more to emerge triumphant down under in 2021.
Coached by Aussie Darren Cahill, Halep looked good in the lead-in events this past week, getting the match-play she needed with straight sets wins over Anastasia Potapova and Laura Siegemund before taking her foot off the gas in a defeat to Ekaterina Alexandrova, which I wouldn’t read much into.
Meanwhile, Cabrera will be playing here fourth Australian Open main draw, but the 23-year-old is still yet to win a match at her home slam – and she will likely have to wait at least another year after receiving one of the toughest draws imaginable.
Cabrera can’t even bring winning momentum into this one after losing her only lead-in match last week in three sets to Varvara Gracheva.
Halep’s supreme consistency and movement should see the Romanian simply get too many balls back in play for Cabrera. The World No. 2 will be winning this one comfortably.