By Landon Smith

WTA 2021 Qatar Total Open Preview, Odds, Prediction and Picks

Following weeks of exhilarating tennis Down Under, the WTA tour now shifts to Doha, Qatar.

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WTA 2021 Qatar Total Open

Date: Mar 1-6, 2021

Location: Doha, QAT

TV: Tennis Channel


This article was updated on February 28th, 2021


The 2021 Qatar Open will host several big names in women's football, including defending champion Aryna Sabalenka and previous edition finalist Petra Kvitova.

The Top 10 Elina Svitolina and Karolina Pliskova also figure in a highly competitive field.

Elina Svitolina, received a free pass in the first round, but could face the powerful Amanda Anisimova in the round of 16. The Ukrainian fell to Anisimova at the same stage of this tournament last year the contest seeks to avenge that loss.

Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka is in the top half of the table. The Belarusian is ready to be put to the test in the first step, as she is likely to face Garbine Muguruza, provided the Spanish can take care of the fit Veronika Kudermetova first.

Petra Kvitova, will open her campaign against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who is expected to record a victory against a qualifier in the first round.

Kvitova is looking to bounce back from a slow start to the season in Australia, where she struggled to find her rank behind the first serve.

Australian Open finalist Jennifer Brady faces Anett Kontaveit in a tough first round. The winner of that match will like her chances in a possible second round against Angelique Kerber, who is still looking to find her balance after a couple of bad seasons.

Ons Jabeur would look to replicate her career from last year, where she reached the quarterfinals with unexpected wins over Jennifer Brady and Karolina Pliskova whom she could face in the second round of the tournament this year.


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By Landon Smith, on 28 Feb 2021, at 6:46p ET