Misaki Doi (@1.3) vs Junri Namigata (@3.6)

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Misaki Doi will win

Misaki Doi – Junri Namigata Match Prediction | 10-09-2019 02:30

She was the first Japanese player in the ladies draw to get to round 4 ten years. At the Australian Open, Doi played seventh seed Angelique Kerber in the first round, winning the first set and holding a match point in the second-set tiebreaker before eventually losing in three sets. Kerber went on to win the title. After Rome, Doi competed at the Aegon Classic, losing to Johanna Konta, 76 (73), 61. Doi reached the last 16 of Wimbledon 2016. She had wins over, Chirico, Pliskova and Friedsam before losing to Kerber 63, 61. On May 16 Doi achieved a new career high ranking of 38 in the world after a quarter final appearance in Rome.

Her most admired players are Justine Henin and Shingo Kunieda. In her free time, Doi enjoys movies and listening to music. She uses a Srixon racquet and ASICS shoes, prefers to play on hard courts, and favors her forehand and serve. Doi is coached by Christian Zahalka since April 2015. She lists her favorite foods as sushi and peaches.

Doi and Nara continued their run by advancing to the girls' doubles semifinals at a number of high-profile tournaments, such as the 2007 US Open and Wimbledon 2008. Doi also teamed with Romanian Elena Bogdan to place second in girls' doubles at the 2008 Australian Open. They placed second in girls' doubles at the 2007 Wimbledon Championships, becoming only the second Japanese women's doubles pair to reach the finals of a Grand Slam juniors event since Yuka Yoshida and Hiroko Mochizuki at the 1993 US Open. A highlight of Doi's junior career was her successful doubles partnership with age-mate Kurumi Nara. 3 in Japan's under-18 tennis rankings for 2007; she had been recognized early on as one of Japan's rising stars in junior tennis. This flurry of successes catapulted Doi to No.

Professional career[edit]

Namigata was born in Koshigaya, Saitama Prefecture and started playing tennis when she was six years old.

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Doi's success continued in the qualifying rounds of the 2010 French Open, where she defeated Mandy Minella of Luxembourg and upset Michelle Larcher de Brito of Portugal 46, 64, 64 to reach the qualifier finals. She finished the year with a first-place performance in the All Japan Tennis Championships women's singles. With her victory over Russia's Vitalia Diatchenko, Doi had earned a spot in her first major tournament main draw, where she lost to Slovenian Polona Hercog in the first round.


In the 2013 Australian Open, Doi punched her second-round ticket with a 63, 64 victory over Croatian Petra Marti before losing 60, 60 to Maria Sharapova. She had less success in the other Slams, losing in the first round in all three. 2013 marked the first year in which Doi qualified for all four Grand Slam tournaments. At the French Open she faced Madison Keys of the USA; at Wimbledon, Spaniard Slvia Soler Espinosa; and at the US Open, Petra Kvitov of the Czech Republic.

In doubles, she recorded three second-place finishes in as many weeks in April tournaments at Incheon, Gimhae, and Changwon, South Korea, with partner Junri Namigata. She appeared in the women's singles qualifiers for that year's Australian Open. With new partner Kotomi Takahata, Doi won her first ITF tournament championship in doubles at the Fukuoka tournament in May, defeating Marina Erakovic of New Zealand and Russian Alexandra Panova in straight sets.. Doi then made appearances at several circuit tournaments, placing second in singles at Irapuato, Mexico in March. In 2010, Doi began playing professional tournaments outside Japan.

Although Doi lost in that year's Wimbledon qualifiers to Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic, she received a lucky loser berth in the main tournament. 1 seed Francesca Schiavone of Italy 75, 64. Doi was defeated by her first-round opponent Arantxa Rus of the Netherlands. The June 2012 Aegon Classic was Doi's first appearance in the quarterfinals of a singles tour event, which she reached by defeating No.

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ITF career finals[edit]

Her performance in 2009's events lifted Doi from a year-opening ranking of No. 199 and a place among the top 10 players in Japanese tennis. She lost in straight sets to Akiko Morigami in the round of 16, 16, 26. In October, she made her tour debut in the qualifiers of the HP Open, falling to American Abigail Spears in the second qualifying round. Doi officially turned pro in December 2008, at the age of 17. Doi was seeded 6th in the women's singles draw of November's All Japan Tennis Championships. 613 to a year-end mark of No. In 2009, her first full year as a professional, she focused primarily on Japanese tournaments, where she earned 2 first-place and 2 second-place finishes in singles and one second-place result in doubles.