British hope for Wimbledon glory Emma Raducanu is once again in action at Wimbledon today as she takes on the French number 55 seed Caroline Garcia. Here’s all you need to know if you want to watch the match live on television.
How to watch Emma Raducanu v Caroline Garcia match today
There are a number of ways to live stream the match today. The game is live online on the BBC and BBC iplayer which is available on mobile and desktop devices but you may also be interested in watching the game through the Bet365 TV service, who have live streaming of all the matches from Wimbledon today.
Caroline Garcia is having her best season on grass yet; she won the WTA 250 event at Bad Homburg last week, upsetting Bianca Andreescu in three sets. It’s important to note that Garcia’s best win rate is on grass courts; she has a 40-23 record on this surface.
As a matter of fact, Caroline Garcia has won six matches in a row; she’s coming into this match with a ton of confidence. However, fatigue may be an issue here, as Garcia spent 7 hours and 48 minutes on the court in the last five days alone; she finished her last three matches in maximum sets.
Also, Garcia advanced to the second round of this tournament for the first time since her fourth round finish in 2018; she exited in the first round of the last three editions.
Will Garcia extend her winning streak to seven matches?
Emma Raducanu form guide
Emma Raducanu looked good in her first round match-up against Alison Van Uytvanck; she saved five of seven break points on her way to a straight sets victory.
This will be a tricky fixture for Emma, as she faces an in-form Caroline Garcia; however, Raducanu has the head to head advantage over Caroline Garcia, having won the only meeting between these players.
The Brit has six wins and seven losses in 13 career matches on grass; she’ll hope to improve that record with a win today.
Emma Raducanu Prediction and tips
Despite Caroline Garcia’s six match winning streak, she has spent a lot of time on the court lately; Garcia has played six matches in the last 10 days, with four of those matches ending in three sets. In fact, Caroline Garcia spent a total of 7 hours, 48 minutes in her last three matches alone.
Additionally, these players faced off at Indian Wells a few months ago, with Raducanu emerging victorious.
All things considered, we believe that Raducanu can take this in three sets.
Tip 2: Over 20.5 total games
We’ve pointed out that four of Caroline Garcia’s last six matches ended in maximum sets; we should also mention that five of those matches went above the 20.5 games margin. As a matter of fact, Caroline Garcia’s last three matches went comfortably over 30 games.
Furthermore, the only meeting between these players ended in three sets, and that match went above the 20.5 games line; that’s why we’re making the prediction that this will go over.