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2020 Monterrey Open Women's Singles - Live Stream, Odds & Predictions

What You Need to Know About the 2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles

Points: 280.
Total prize money: $250,000
When: From March 2nd – March 8th
Where: Club Sonoma in Monterrey, Mexico
Surface: Hard (outdoor)

Best Picks for the 2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles

Monterrey has the strongest field out of this week’s two events.

The tournament has drawn a solid group of players, and the fight for the trophy should be quite interesting.

Elina Svitolina

2020 Record: 4-5, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $160,796

2019 Monterrey Open Result: Did not participate

The top seed and best-ranked player in the field, Svitolina is the only top 10 player in the main draw.

The Ukrainian is in a slightly unusual situation.

Despite making it to back-to-back semifinals at Wimbledon and at the US Open, as well as a second consecutive WTA Finals title-decider, she has not won a title since 2018.

Svitolina made it to the third round at the Australian Open in January but lost to eventual runner-up Garbine Muguruza.

She missed out on a great chance in Thailand last month after being upset by Nao Hibino in the quarters.

Svitolina will be taking on a much tougher group of players this time around, but she remains the favorite.

Magda Linnette

2020 Record: 7-3, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $122,578

2019 Monterrey Open Result: Did not participate

Linnette is experiencing a career resurgence.

The Polish veteran won her first career title in 2019, having gone four years without reaching a final at the WTA Tour level.

Linnette already has a title this year, having won the Thailand Open last month.

This will be her first appearance since lifting the trophy, which means that she is on a five-win streak.

Venus Williams

2020 Record: 0-1, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $64,518

2019 Monterrey Open Result: Did not participate

Williams will be making a surprise appearance this week as a wild card.

The seven-time major champion has played on a reduced schedule in recent years, skipping most International events.

Her only appearance in 2020 ended in a first-round upset to Coco Gauff at the Australian Open.

Williams is a longshot to win, but she could still pull off a surprise and make a deep run this week.

Victoria Azarenka

2020 Record: 0-0, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $0

2019 Monterrey Open Result: Runner-up

Azarenka will be making her 2020 debut, having skipped the Australian Open due to an unspecified personal issue.

The former world number 1 reached the final last year but withdrew halfway through the match.

Azarenka had two other quarter-finals appearances last year as her best results.

While her best days are long behind her, the two-time slam champion is still a pick worth some consideration for this week.

The Belarussian struggled with injuries late last year, but remains a threat on the hard surface.

Anastasia Potapova

2020 Record: 7-4, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $101,668

2019 Monterrey Open Result: Did not participate

The young Russian is a very good underdog pick for this week.

Potapova is coming off her best result in 2020, having reached the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy quarter-finals from the qualifying round.

The 18-year old is chasing after her first career WTA Tour title, and this could be a good chance to lift the trophy.

2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles Odds

The odds for the winner of the 2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

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Winner DraftKings Odds
Elina Svitolina +300
Johanna Konta +650
Victoria Azarenka +800
Kim Clijsters +800
Magda Linette +1100
Zarina Diyas +1400
Heather Watson +1400
Venus Williams +1400
Sloane Stephens +1500
Rebecca Peterson +1800
Marie Bouzkova +2000
Anastsia Potapova +2000
Yafan Wang +2000
Lauren Davis +2500
Leylah Annie Fernandez +3300
Kateryna Kozlova +4000

2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles FAQ

When is the 2020 Monterrey Open Women’s Singles?

From March 2nd – March 8th

Where is the 2020 Monterrey Open being played?

Club Sonoma in Monterrey, Mexico

What type of surface are the courts at the 2020 Monterrey Open?

Hard (outdoor)

What is the total prize money at the 2020 Monterrey Open?


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