Muguruza, against Vekic on the side of Krejcikova and Sabalenka

As is usual in the women’s circuit, there is no easy draw for any tennis player, not even in a Grand Slam, because equality is maximum and anyone can beat anyone. Garbiñe Muguruza will not have anything easy to succeed this year at the US Open (August 30 to September 12). The Spanish will start her career against the Croatian Donna Vekic, a complicated rival, number 54 in the ranking, with whom she has a 1-1 in the face-to-face, with a last victory at the 2018 Mutua Madrid Open.

If it surpasses that obstacle, by ranking the German Petkovic, the Belarusian Azarenka, the Czech Krejcikova, another Belarusian, Sabalenka, and the Ukrainian Svitolina would be later on their route, before a hypothetical final against the Australian Barty. A bumpy road against Grand Slam and WTA 1,000 winners.

As for the other three Spaniards with a guaranteed place in the main draw, Paula Badosa, seeded number 29, will face the Belgian Van Uytvanck; Sara Sorribes, to the Czech Muchova and Carla Suárez, in their request for the US Open, will meet the American Collins.

Among the outstanding duels of the first round is the one in which she will face the Romanian Halep with the Italian Giorgi or the Americans Keys and Stephens.

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