Ons Jabeur vs Cori Gauff French Open Tennis Picks and Predictions 6/7/21
Cori Gauff vs Ons Jabeur
Monday June 7, 2021
The Line Gauff -173 / Jabeur +153 --- Over/Under 21.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Cori Gauff and Ons Jabeur meet Monday in the fourth round of the 2021 French Open.
Cori Gauff is coming off a one set win over Jennifer Brady that took seven games to decide. In the victory, Gauff won 100 percent of her first serve points and 57 percent of her second serve points. Gauff won 84 percent of her total service points and converted on two of her three break points. Gauff has made light work of her first three opponents and played less than a half hour in the third round. Fresh and in great form, Gauff is a strong contender remaining in this field. Gauff looks to make her first career grand slam quarterfinal appearance. Gauff has won eight straight matches on clay court.
Ons Jabeur is coming off a three sets win over Magda Linette that took 22 games to decide. In the victory, Jabeur won 69 percent of her first serve points and 63 percent of her second serve points. Jabeur won 66 percent of her total service points and converted on six of her 14 break points. Jabeur lost just one combined game in the final two sets after dropping the first set in nine games. Jabeur has now won six of her last nine matches that have gone the distance. Jabeur looks to make her second career grand slam quarterfinal appearance. Jabeur has won five of her last six matches on clay court.
These two have played three times and Gauff has won two of those matches. However, Jabeur won the most recent meeting this year in Charlotte. Two of the three matches have been decided in straight sets.
Jabeur and her experience is worth a look here with the plus money. However, Gauff has played the cleaner tennis up to this point and has the crowd on her side. Gauff is also better than she was last year when she beat Jabeur twice.
The price is reasonable. I like Gauff to make her first grand slam quarterfinal.