WTA Thailand Open 2020 - Predictions, Odds, Top Picks

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Thailand Open Women’s Singles Event Information

Points: 280.

Total prize money: $275,000

When: from February 10th to February 16th

Where: True Arena Hua Hin in Hua Hin, Thailand

Surface: Hard (outdoor)

Best Picks for the 2020 Thailand Open Women’s Singles

With a Premier tournament happening at the same time, the Thailand Open will naturally feature a weaker field.

That being said, the International level competition still managed to draw in some good names.

1. Elina Svitolina

2020 record: 2-2, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $136,706

2019 Thailand Open Result: Did not participate.

Holding the highest ranking among this year’s entrants, Svitolina is the clear favorite to win in Thailand.

She is the only top 5 player featured among the participants.

The Ukrainian has not won a WTA Tour title since the 2018 Finals.

This is her best chance at ending the drought, considering that the field for this tournament is significantly weaker.

Her start to the 2020 season has been a bit shaky.

Svitolina faced a disappointing first-round exit at the Brisbane Open, losing to Danielle Collins in straight sets with a double 1-6 score.

She reached the third round at the Australian Open without dropping a set in the first two matches.

However, the Ukrainian lost to eventual runner-up Garbine Muguruza in straight sets.

Svitolina holds a 6-0 record in finals at International tournaments, with four of her six titles coming on the hard surface.

2. Petra Martic

2020 record: 2-2, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $92,250

2019 Thailand Open Result: Did not participate.

The only other top 15 player in this year’s tournament, Martic is coming off a career year.

After 12 years competing at the WTA Tour level, the Croatian veteran finally won her first title.

She was the runner-up at the Zhengzhou Open, which marked her first appearance in a Premier final.

Martic also made it to the fourth round in three of the four slams and achieved a career-best result with a quarterfinals appearance at the French Open.

Her start to the 2020 season wasn’t that solid, however, as her ASB Classic and Australian Open appearances both came to an end in the second round.

Martic will be facing a much weaker field this week, with Svitolina being the most significant threat.

The weaker field should also play in her favor as well and should make her road to the final easier.

Defeating Svitolina would be a completely different story, but upsets do happen from time to time.

3. Magda Linette

2020 record: 1-3, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $79,578

2019 Thailand Open Result: semifinals.

The only returning player from the 2019 Thailand Open final four, Linette is also coming off a career year.

After lingering around the top 100, the Polish veteran broke into the top 50 for the first time.

Linette also reached her first final at the WTA Tour-level since 2015, and finally won her first title.

The highlight of her road to the 2019 Thailand Open semifinals was a win over former WTA number 1 Garbine Muguruza.

Linette played in three tournaments this year, but only managed to make it past the first round once.

If she manages to return to her 2019 form, however, the Polish player could be set for another deep run and should be among the favorites to win it all.

2020 Thailand Open Winner Odds – WTA Hua-Hin

The odds for the winner of the Thailand Open are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

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WinnerDraftKings Odds
Elina Svitolina+250
Qiang Wang+250
Saisai Zheng+450
Magda Linette+600
Shuai Peng+800
Nao Hibino+1000
Xiyu Wang+1100
Patricia Maria Tig+1400
Storm Sanders+2000
Barbara Haas+4000
Leonie Kung+4000
Xiaodi You+10000

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