Indian Wells Open 2020 Women's Singles Prediction and Picks

Indian Wells Open Women’s Singles Overview – Event Cancelled

When The Indian Wells Open has been canceled due to the Coronavirus.
When The event should have been between March 9th and March 22nd.
Where Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, CA

Best Picks for the 2020 Indian Wells Open Women’s Singles

Even though the event is now canceled we’ll still give you our best picks for the Indian Wells Open women’s singles. Have a look!

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The top 32 players were set to take part in the event.

Danielle Collins was the only withdrawal among the world’s top 50 players.

Ashleigh Barty

2020 Record: 11-3, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $1,078,902

2019 Indian Wells Open Result: Fourth Round

Barty has one title and two other semi-finals appearances out of four tournaments she has entered this year.

The world number 1 made it to the fourth round in 2019, losing to Elena Svitolina.

The Australian star is coming off a semifinal appearance at the Qatar Open, which she lost to eventual champion Petra Kvitova.

Barty enjoyed some success in North America last year, winning the Miami Open and reaching the semifinals in Cincinnati.

Her 2020 is also off to a great start, riding on the momentum from her strong finish to 2019.

Barty already has wins over Petra Kvitova, Elena Rybakina, Garbine Muguruza, and Marketa Vondrousova.

Simona Halep

2020 Record: 10-2, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $1,443,834

2019 Indian Wells Open Result: Fourth Round

Halep will be making her first appearance since winning the Dubai Championships title.

The world number 2 sat out the Qatar Open to rest for the Premier Mandatory double but has a clean bill of health for Indian Wells.

The Romanian star won the tournament in 2015 and reached the semifinals on two other occasions, the most recent in 2018.

Halep made it to the fourth round last year, losing to Marketa Vondrousova in three sets.

She has one title in three tournaments this year.

Aryna Sabalenka

2020 Record: 12-5, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $816,583

2019 Indian Wells Open Result: Fourth Round

After a disappointing showing at the Australian Open, with a first-round loss to veteran Carla Suarez Navarro, Sabalenka is back on the right track.

The young Belarusian player captured her third career title two weeks ago, winning the Qatar Open.

It was also her third Premier 5 title, which shows that Sabalenka does well on the big stage.

She already has wins over Simona Halep and Petra Kvitova this year and has made it to the quarterfinals in three of her five appearances in 2020.

Sabalenka’s 2019 Indian Wells run came to an end following a fourth-round loss to eventual runner-up Angelique Kerber.

Elena Rybakina

2020 Record: 21-4, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $754,132

2019 Indian Wells Open Result: Did not participate

Rybakina’s hot streak came to an end at the Qatar Open following withdrawal in the third round.

The young Kazakh was coming off back-to-back finals at the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy and at the Dubai Championships.

Rybakina has been absolutely impressive this year, reaching the final in four of six tournaments.

She already has wins over one top 5 player, Karolina Pliskova, and three wins over players inside the top 20.

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