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2020 Qatar Open Women's Singles Predictions and Odds

2020 Qatar Open Women’s Singles Event Information

Points: 900.

Total prize money: $2,939,695

When: from February 23rd to February 29th

Where: Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha, Qatar

Surface: Hard (outdoor)

Best Picks for the 2020 Qatar Open Women’s Singles

This week’s Qatar Open will have the best field of players since the Australian Open.

A total of 14 out of the WTA’s ranking top 20 have entered the tournament.

Simona Halep

2020 Record: 9-2, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $744,743

2019 Qatar Open Result: Runner-up

Halep is coming off a very good week at the Dubai Championship.

The former number 1 now has one final and one semifinal appearance in three tournaments this year.

The Romanian made it to last year’s Qatar Open final but was upset by Elise Mertens in three sets.

Halep apparently has made a complete recovery from her back injury and is at the top of her game.

A win this week could provide the necessary momentum for a run at the number 1 spot later this year.

Elena Rybakina

2020 Record: 19-3, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $347,432

2019 Qatar Open Result: Did not participate

Rybakina has been nothing short of impressive this year.

The young Kazakh made it to three finals in four tournaments, winning one title.

She already has two wins over a top 10 players, defeating Karolina Pliskova and reigning Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin at the Dubai Championships last week.

The future WTA Tour star only dropped one set on her way to the Dubai final.

Rybakina now has a very good chance of capturing her first career Premier 5 title this week.

Ashleigh Barty

2020 Record: 9-2, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $924,637

2019 Qatar Open Result: Did not participate

The world number 1 has only played in three tournaments this year, winning one title at the Adelaide International.

Barty had never played in the first Premier 5 of the year and also skipped the interchangeable Dubai/Qatar event last year.

She has not withdrawn from this year’s event yet, which indicates that the Australian will be playing this week.

If Barty does show up, it naturally makes her one of the favorites, especially when playing for free points.

She already won one title this year at the Adelaide International and made it to the Australian Open semifinals as well.

Karolina Pliskova

2020 Record: 7-2, 1 title

2020 Prize Money: $397,156

2019 Qatar Open Result: Did not participate

Pliskova has apparently cooled off a bit after an impressive start to the year.

Since winning the Brisbane Open title, the former number 1 has three wins and two losses.

The Czech player was eliminated by Rybakina in the quarterfinals at the Dubai Championship.

That being said, Pliskova remains an interesting pick for this week.

A two-time Premier 5 champion, she remains a threat on the hard surface and has a good chance of bouncing back in Doha.

Jennifer Brady

2020 Record: 8-4, 0 titles

2020 Prize Money: $148,668

2019 Qatar Open Result: Lost in qualifying

If you are looking for a good underdog pick, Jennifer Brady is one of the best options.

The American is a longshot for this week, but she is enjoying a bit of a breakout performance early in 2020.

Brady entered the WTA’s top 50 for the first time and has scored some impressive wins.

She has already defeated five top 20 players – Asheligh Barty, Elina Svitolina, Garbine Muguruza, and Marketa Vondrousova.

Brady recorded her best career result in Dubai last week, losing to Simona Halep in the semifinals.

Winning in Doha won’t be an easy task, but she could produce another upset this week.

2020 Qatar Open Odds

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