Naomi Osaka has recovered from problems and definitely will get involved in the Dubai Open

The world No one is going engage in her first event since her achievement in AO 2019 in the WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships this year and it should be her 1st while not having Sascha Bajin as her coach.

Angelique Kerber will probably be expecting the fact that the story does not necessarily repeat per se at the WTA Dubai Ladies Open later on this few weeks, after she have got to the semi-finals in both 2017 and 2018 before running up over final champ Elina Svitolina.

Kerber will likely need to deal with the two-time Wimbledon champion and 2019 Sydney victor Petra Kvitova, 2018 Australian Open champ Caroline Wozniacki, reigning French Open champion Simona Halep besides other high placed contenders.

One more very expected come back in Dubai is the one of Petra Kvitova. Soon after Australian Open, Petra traveled to WTA St Petersburg where she dropped to Donna Vekic in the quarter-final and she is going to require some well-deserved rest prior to coming back to action in Dubai, competing against the stellar field of players and seeking the title six years after winning the 1st.

ITG tennis made a breakdown - of the prize money from all Premier 5 events, and Dubai shows up at the top in 2019.

As the number two seed, Kvitova may possibly encounter Osaka in the final act in case where both tennis players win all their very own previous games, we may have a remake from the Australian Open 2019 final in Dubai.

Kvitova is definitely not in a particular decent form, as she lost the quarter finals in St Petersburg following her extraordinary path at the Australian Open.

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