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Cori Gauff vs Qinwen Zheng Live Stream & Tips – Zheng to Upset the Odds at WTA Rome



Gauff has saved 15/27 break points in her last 3 matches
Can Zheng cause an upset at the Italian Open?
Watch Cori Gauff vs Qinwen Zheng live streaming

Cori Gauff vs Qinwen Zheng Predictions

Cori Gauff has gone the distance in her last two wins, saving a combined 11/19 break points. Her 2nd serve is vulnerable, Qinwen Zheng to take advantage with an upset win in Rome.


Cori Gauff has lost her last 4 matches against Top 10 players.
Cori Gauff has saved 15/27 break points in her last 3 matches.
Qinwen Zheng has won 2 of her last 5 matches against Top 10 players.
Qinwen Zheng has saved 5/9 break points in her last 3 matches

Head to Head

This will be the first match between Cori Gauff and Qinwen Zheng.

Cori Gauff Stats

Nationality: United States
Age: 20 (13 March 2004)
Height: 5’9″ (1.75m)
Plays: Right-Handed
World Ranking: 3
Career High: 3 (September 2023)
WTA Tour Titles: 7
2024 WTA Tour Titles: 1
Grand Slam Singles Titles: 1 (2023 US Open)
Italian Open Best Result: Semi-Finals (2021)

Cori Gauff Form

Cori Gauff is 24-7 this year, defending her title in Auckland before semi-final appearances at the Australian Open and Indian Wells Open.

The 20-year-old started the clay court swing in Stuttgart, suffering a 3-6 6-4 7-6 quarter-final defeat to Marta Kostyuk. She went out early again in Madrid after a 3 sets defeat to Madison Keys.

The American got past Magdalena Frech 6-3 6-3 in her opening match in Rome. She has gone the distance in her last two wins, defeating Jaqueline Cristian 6-1 0-6 6-3 and Paula Badosa 5-7 6-4 6-1.

Qinwen Zheng Stats

Nationality: China
Age: 21 (8 October 2002)
Height: 5’10” (1.78m)
Plays: Right-Handed
World Ranking: 7
Career High: 7 (January 2024)
WTA Tour Titles: 2
2024 WTA Tour Titles: 0
Grand Slam Singles Titles: 0
Italian Open Best Result: Quarter-Finals (2023)

Qinwen Zheng Form

Qinwen Zheng is 16-8 this year, taking advantage of a favourable draw at the Australian Open where she reached the final, going down to Aryna Sabalenka.

The 21-year-old has competed in six tournaments since, her best result coming in a quarter-final appearance in Dubai where she lost 6-3 6-2 against Iga Swiatek.

The World No.7 had a slow start on clay, going out early in Stuttgart before retiring in her first match in Madrid.

Zheng appears to have benefitted from a short break, the 7th seed largely untroubled in Rome. She beat Shelby Rogers 6-2 6-0, Linda Noskova 3-6 6-1 6-2 and Naomi Osaka 6-2 6-4, saving a combined 5/9 break points.

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