World no. 129, Maddison Inglis of Australia, will take on Dalma Galfi of Hungary, the world number 81, in the first round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championship on Monday, June 27. Get the live streaming options of this Maddison Inglis v Dalma Galfi match along with its preview, head-to-head, and tips here.
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Maddison Inglis v Dalma Galfi Head to Head
The pair have played each other once before, and that was in qualification for Indian Wells earlier this year, Galfi winning in three sets.
Inglis Qualifies for Wimbledon for the First Time
Inglis is making her main draw debut at Wimbledon, although she is no stranger to Grand Slams, having made the third round of the Australian Open earlier this year as a wildcard, claiming the scalp of Leylah-Annie Fernandez in her opening match.
The following month she won her fifth ITF title on home soil in Perth.
The 24 year old then had a lean few months during the European clay court season, and was knocked out in the first round of qualifying for the French Open.
It is a case of third time lucky for the Australian on grass, though.
She failed to qualify for Nottingham and Birmingham, but made it through in London, beating first Indy De Vroome of the Netherlands in straight sets, and then Mandy Minella of Luxembourg, and Natalija Stevanovic of Serbia, both in three setters.
Former Wimbledon Girls’ Doubles Champion Galfi
Galfi is the current Hungarian number one, but it has been only in the last 18 months that she has come to prominence, breaking into the top 100 for the first time earlier this year.
However, she is no stranger to Wimbledon. As a girl she was runner-up in the doubles tournament in 2014, and, a year later, claimed the title with partner Fanny Stollar.
And, although she is primarily considered a clay court player, she showed her ability on grass earlier this month by winning the ITF event in Ilkley, beating the British player Jodie-Anna Burrage in the final.
She chose to rest last week, rather than compete in Eastbourne.
Inglis v Galfi Prediction and Tip
Whilst Inglis can take pleasure from the fact that she qualified for Wimbledon for the first time, she is playing somebody who has fond memories of this tournament from when she was a girl, and who has shown she is in fine recent form on grass.