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Jil Teichmann vs Petra Kvitova Odds & Prediction: WTA Ostrava Open Quarterfinals

Hayley Graham

by Hayley Graham in Tennis

Sep 23, 2021 · 9:32 PM PDT

Petra Kvitova hitting a return during a match at the US Open.
Petra Kvitova, of the Czech Republic, returns a shot to Maria Sakkari, of Greece, during the third round of the US Open tennis championships, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
  • Unseeded Jil Teichmann and No. 2 seed Petra Kvitova will face each other in the quarterfinals of the WTA Ostrava Open on Friday, September 24th
  • This will be the second meeting between Teichmann and Kvitova
  • Continue below for odds, preview and our best bet analysis and prediction

Unseeded Jil Teichmann will go head-to-head against second seed Petra Kvitova tomorrow in the quarterfinals. This is their second meeting of 2021, and the two are set to take the court at 12 pm ET.

As the second seed, Kvitova received a first round bye, and is coming off a Round of 16 win over unseeded Anastasia Potapova. Teichmann did compete in the Round of 32, upsetting sixth seed Angelique Kerber, and most recently Alison Riske in three sets.

Take a look below for the match odds, and a breakdown of how both players earned their spot in the quarterfinals of the WTA Ostrava Open.

Jil Teichmann vs Petra Kvitova WTA Ostrava Open Quarterfinals Odds

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Jil Teichmann +1.5 (-170) +185 Ov 21.5 (-110)
[2] Petra Kvitova -1.5 (-110) -240 Un 21.5 (-123)

Odds as of September 23rd at DraftKings

Teichmann Upsets

The 24-year old Swiss upset Angelique Kerber in the first round in straight sets to earn a spot in the Round of 16, where she defeated American Alison Riske 6-3, 1-6, 6-4.

Teichmann entered the match on a high, having just sent home the sixth seed a day earlier, and continued the momentum into the first set. But she let her guard down in the set, when an aggressive Riske was not ready to give up, and ultimately forced a deciding set. She converted five of seven breakpoints she had, while landing 65 percent of her first serves. She’ll look to improve those numbers moving forward, but it was enough to book her a spot in the quarters.

The Swiss will now look towards her toughest opponent of the tournament, but a familiar one, Kvitova.

The Favorite

The first of the final eight to confirm her spot in the quarterfinals, second seed Kvitova defeated Anastasia Potapova in a three set match, winning 6-1, 6-7(4), 6-3, in just over two hours.

On route to the quarterfinals, Kvitova saved six of eight breakpoints, and was able to convert five of the nine she had. There was nothing super overwhelming about her performance earlier on Thursday. Her four aces were countered by her five double faults, but she managed to land 70 percent of her first serves. And when landing her first serve, she managed to win the point 64 percent of the time.


This is the second meeting between Teichmann and Kvitova, and their second meeting of 2021. Their one and only previous match came earlier this year in the Round of 32 in Dubai, where Teichmann ended up winning due to Kvitova retiring from the match at 4-3 in the second set.

Jil Teichmann vs Petra Kvitova Head-to-Head Stats

42 WTA Standing 10
24 Age 31
2 Career Titles 28
228/157 Career W/L 573/254
0 YTD Titles 1
19/15 YTD W/L 26/15
1 Head-to-Head Wins 0

Best Bet

Kvitova will be entering this match looking to avenge her loss that took place earlier this year. As mentioned, she had to retire in her previous match against Teichmann, so she’ll be looking to do everything in her power not to have that happen again.

Both players have a very well rounded game, with a similar style of play. Both will be looking for their strong groundstrokes and baseline play, along with their serves to come into play. We’ve seen a bit more variety from Kvitova this tournament, then Teichmann, but the Swiss has been the most consistent from the backcourt.

If Kvitova can keep her high intensity, and continue to play in the form that she is, there’s no reason why she can’t move on in this tournament. The match might go the distance, depending on how each player comes out, but look for Kvitova to have the edge.

Best Bet: Kvitova 2-0 (+105)

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