How to Watch the French Open: Sara Bejlek vs Kamilla Rakhimova TV Channel, Streaming Info | May 28

Written By PlayPicks Staff on May 26, 2023

The Round of 128 of the French Open will see Sara Bejlek and Kamilla Rakhimova square off at Stade Roland Garros on Sunday, May 28.

Watch along on Tennis Channel as Rakhimova tries to take down Bejlek.

Bejlek enters the Round of 128 after her two-set victory over Viktoria Kuzmova (6-4, 6-4) in the qualifying round on Friday. Rakhimova’s most recent match, on May 24, 2023, was a two-set loss to Alycia Parks (4-6, 1-6) in the Round of 16 of the Grand Prix Sar La Princesse Lalla Meryem.

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French Open Info

  • Tournament: The French Open
  • Round: Round of 128
  • Date: Sunday, May 28
  • TV Channel: Tennis Channel
  • Venue: Stade Roland Garros
  • Court Surface: Clay

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Sara Bejlek vs Kamilla Rakhimova Stats Comparison

Sara Bejlek Kamilla Rakhimova
182 World Rank 82
4-3 2023 Match Record 10-12
9-7 2023 Set Record 26-27
0.0 2022 Aces Per Match 1.0
19 2022 Break Points Won 47

Sara Bejlek Recent Stats & Performance

  • In her most recent tournament, the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Bejlek went down in the qualification round 2 to No. 118-ranked Nao Hibino, 6-3, 6-7, 2-6 on May 9.
  • Bejlek is 1-1 in matches played on clay this year.
  • Bejlek has played 21.0 games per match in 12 matches in her past 10 tournaments (all court types).
  • Bejlek has won 65.3% of her service games in her past 10 tournaments, and 38.1% on her opponent’s serve.
  • Bejlek has converted 52.9% of her break-point opportunities (37 of 70) in her past 10 tournaments.
  • Bejlek has picked up four aces (0.3 per match) and 25 double faults (2.1 per match) in her past 10 tournaments.

Kamilla Rakhimova Recent Stats & Performance

  • In her last tournament (the Grand Prix Sar La Princesse Lalla Meryem) on May 24, Rakhimova played Parks in the round of 16 and was defeated 4-6, 1-6.
  • The 21-year-old Rakhimova, who is looking for her first tournament title on clay in 2023, is 6-5 this year on that surface.
  • Through 22 matches over her last 10 tournaments (across all court surfaces), Rakhimova has played 23.6 games per match and won 49.4% of them.
  • Rakhimova has won 36.7% of her return games over her last 10 tournaments, and 61.9% of her service games.
  • Including all surfaces, Rakhimova has converted 47 of 101 break points (46.5%) over her last 10 tournaments.
  • Rakhimova has 22 aces (1.0 per match) and 45 double faults (2.0 per match) over her last 10 tournaments.
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