Predictions for WTA Den Bosch Day 3: Bianca Andreescu vs. Yue Yuan

After battling injuries once more, Bianca Andreescu made a comeback at the French Open, winning a few rounds. It's time for the grass now, and she's already made it to Den Bosch's round of sixteen.

One of the season's standout players, Yue Yuan, will be facing her. Who do you anticipate advances to the quarterfinals?

With a 7–13 win/loss record as of the beginning of June, Veronika Kudermetova's season has been incredibly disappointing thus far.

She normally performs best on the grass, though, especially in this event. In her four prior outings, she never lost until the quarterfinals, and she finished second the year before. Although Zhuoxuan Bai had a strong grass-court season in 2018 (particularly at Wimbledon), Kudermetova won't have a better opportunity to begin regaining her form.

Donna Vekic vs Greet Minnen

Donna Vekic is a fantastic grass-court player who won the championship in Nottingham in 2017 and consistently projects danger when playing. Although he plays a similar style to Minnen, Greet Minnen is also no slouch and takes aggressive shots early off the bounce.

Despite the Belgian's impressive match rhythm in Surbiton last week, it appears like Vekic just possesses greater firepower in practically every area, thus it may be difficult for her to overcome the former World No. 19 in this match.

Bianca Andreescu vs Yue Yuan

Bianca Andreescu's two victories at Roland Garros, her first tournament back, was very encouraging.

The Canadian struggled with the transition to grass in the opening set against Eva Vedder, but ended up winning in three sets

Andreescu is still a danger on the WTA tour as long as she remains fit. Although Yue Yuan beat Diana Shnaider in the first round of the Wimbledon tournament last year, Andreescu's skill set is far more extensive when she's doing well.