Boulter to Win at the Eastbourne International – Katie Boulter vs. Petra Martic Live Stream & Tips

Martic has dropped 11 of her previous 16 games versus players ranked in the top 50.
Can Boulter resume his successful career at WTA Eastbourne?

Petra Martic vs. Katie Boulter Predictions

Two weeks ago, Katie Boulter won the Nottingham Open, one of her two championships this year. The British player has the support to resume his winning ways against Petra Martic.


In her last 15 grass matches, Katie Boulter has won 12 of them.
Against opponents ranked in the top 50, Petra Martic has lost 11 of her previous 16 games.


Petra Martic defeated Katie Boulter 1-0 at the 2023 Eastbourne International, winning 6-4 7-5.

Katie Boulter Statistics

British nationality
Aged 27 as of August 1, 1996
5’11” (1.82m) tall
Plays: Left-Handed
32nd in the world
Peak Career: 27 (March 2024)
Tour Titles: 3 WTA in 2024 Two Grand Slam Singles and a WTA Tour Title Titles: 0 International Eastbourne Best Outcome: Third Phase (2022)

Form of Katie Boulter

This year, Katie Boulter, who is 21-11, won the San Diego Open after defeating five players ranked in the top 40.

The 27-year-old’s performance on clay didn’t get much better, as she lost to Paula Badosa in the first round of the French Open.

The British player, who had been the defending champion in Nottingham, won another championship after defeating Karolina Pliskova in the final and Emma Raducanu in the semi-finals.

Last week, Boulter participated in a competition in Birmingham and lost to Anhelina Kalinina in the first round.

Petra Martic Statistics

Croatian nationality
Age as of January 19, 1991: 33

5’11” (1.81m) in height
Plays: Left-Handed
Globally ranked: 74
Career Maximum: 14 as of January 2020
Two WTA Tour Titles
2024 WTA Tour Titles: N/A
Triple Crown Titles for Singles: 0
International Eastbourne Top Outcome: Quarterfinals (2023)

Martian Petra Form

Petra Martic, who began the WTA Tour this year in Auckland and fell to Emma Navarro in the quarterfinals, is 6-11 overall. In nine events, she was unable to advance to the next quarter.

The Croatian participated in the Eastbourne qualifications and defeated Xiyu Wang 7-6 6-2 before falling to Elina Avanesyan 6-3 6-4. As a lucky loser, she makes it into the main draw.

With her victory at the Nottingham Open, Katie Boulter has now won two WTA Tour titles on grass. The British player, who retired in Birmingham, can defeat Petra Martic to return.

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