Australian Open: Predictions for the women's final Osaka vs Brady

Naomi Osaka and Jennifer Brady face this Saturday in the women's final of the Australian Open with a clear favorite in the predictions

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The women's final of the Australian Open 2021 faces the Japanese Naomi Osaka and the American Jennifer Brady. It will be a repeat of the semifinal that both played a few months ago in New York and that the Japanese won on the way to her third Grand Slam.

Osaka is a clear favorite for the title and is paid at 1.2, an insufficient fee to think of anything that goes in her favor and more considering that it is a final. The head-to-head, beyond the US Open semifinals, is irrelevant, since one of the matches, with a victory for Osaka, was in 2018 on clay and the other, with a victory for Brady, in a Futures in 2014.

Therefore, what we have to guide ourselves is by the last matches in this tournament. Osaka has had a placid road to the semifinals in its last two matches, with landslide victories over Serena Williams and Su-Wei Hsieh, but came within close range of leaving the tournament when Garbiñe Muguruza had two match points in the round of 16. He did not take advantage of them and the Japanese has reached this final.

Different is the case of Brady, who did not lose a set in his first four games, but had to go to three in the quarterfinals and semifinals. Tiredness should not be a variable to take into account because neither of those duels went beyond two hours and because both have had two days to recover.

In this context, what do we recommend for the match?

Taking into account that it is a final and that this will involve a lot of nerves, we really like the game over 20.5 to 2.0, in addition to the fact that there are more than 5.5 double faults at 1.73, taking into account that Osaka, against Serena , she committed eight by herself.

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