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I am the new girl
The world No one is going perform her primary competition since her triumph in Melbourne in the WTA Dubai Ladies Open this year and it would be her 1st without Bajin in her corner.

Angelique Kerber might be wanting the fact that the story does not necessarily repeat by itself at the WTA Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships later on this week, after she reached the semi-finals in both 2017 and 2018 before running up over ultimate winner Elina Svitolina.

She enjoyed an remarkable past season which saw her add titles from both Sydney and Wimbledon, and she achieved a comfortable start to 2019 by getting to the quarter-finals in Sydney ahead of the defeat to Petra Kvitova.

Another highly expected come back in Dubai is the one of Petra Kvitova. Just after Melbourne, Petra headed to St. Petersburg where she dropped to Donna Vekic in the last eight and she is going to take some well-deserved break before returning to action in Dubai, contesting against the stellar field of players and trying to get the title 6 years after receiving the first.

Rotating rankings with Doha this year, Dubai seems to have the major winning prize funds from all the WTA Premier 5 events.

Petra Kvitova will be a audience favourite when she bids to get a extra title at the WTA Dubai, which in turn starts on February 17..

Petra Kvitova could not manage to defend her St Petersburg title in Russia, but this really is somehow obvious as she was exhausted just after performing the final in Melbourne. On the other hand, Osaka is arriving in subsequent to spending a break in the action because of an injury.

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