Camila Giorgi is ready to play Indian Wells. Shooting in the Californian night, the beautiful Italian tennis player wore a really super sensual outfit. She wore an oversized coat. She wrote: “I stole my brother’s jacket.” Under the jacket she wore a very low-cut top and very short shorts.
For a definitively super look, to the delight of her followers
Camila Giorgi is ready for Indian Wells
The hunt for Iga Swiatek starts again, after the misstep against Barbora Krejcikova in the final in Dubai.
She will obviously play the role of the woman to beat in Indian Wells. Waiting for her in a completely theoretical line should be Bianca Andreescu, number thirty-two of the seeding and still hunting for a dimension after a rather fluctuating period.
Since the extraordinary victory against Maria Sakkari in the United Cup, Martina Trevisan lost five consecutive matches without ever going beyond four games in the ten sets played. The Italian doesn’t catch very badly, who after a bye in the first round could face Madison Brengle and only after Vika Azarenka.
First round within reach for Elisabetta Cocciaretto, who should then deal with Paula Badosa. The same goes for Jasmine Paolini, who after Tatjana Maria would be Daria Kasatkina, but also for Lucia Bronzetti. Ludmilla Samsonova in the second round could in fact represent an insurmountable obstacle.
Camila Giorgi ends up on the bottom of the draw. Needless to say as a loose cannon after the victory in Merida and the understandable misstep in Dubai. The challenge against a qualifier in the first round should and could be the backdrop to the decidedly more complicated and fascinating one against Jessica Pegula, number three in the seeding and at least returning from the quarterfinals in the last four tournaments played.
If the Italian tennis player were to survive the American, she would open a gap in the draw. Number two seeding obviously Aryna Sabalenka, who like Swiatek should have an easy time until the third round. However, following the logic of the ranking, the third round against Donna Vekic and not even the eighth final against Krejcikova would not be trivial.
However, the last quarter of the draw was not too crowded, with Coco Gauff as top seed shouldn’t have too many problems in reaching the minimum target.