Breaking down Eugenie Bouchard vs. Petra Kvitova Wimbledon final

Petra Kvitova (left) shakes hand with Eugenie Bouchard in 2013 after a match in Toronto. (Mark...

Petra Kvitova (left) shakes hand with Eugenie Bouchard in 2013 after a match in Toronto. (Mark Blinch, Reuters)

MIKE KOREEN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:52 PM ET

The Sun enlisted ESPN analyst and 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert to help break down the Wimbledon women's final between Canadian Eugenie Bouchard and Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic:

KEYS TO THE MATCH

Unforced errors

“They’re both going to make a lot of winners. It’s almost who makes the least amount of unforced errors,” Evert said. “That’s one of the big numbers to me.”

Bouchard’s ability to handle Kvitova’s serve

Kvitova’s serve is considered one of the best in women’s tennis. “Her serve is huge on grass,” Evert said. “When her serve is on, she’s hard to break.”

STRENGTHS

Kvitova: Her serve

“She’s a big left-hander with a big serve,” Evert said. “Eugenie’s going to really have to step into (her returns) and maybe move to the backhand side a bit more.”

Bouchard: “Just the fact she takes the ball so early,” Evert said, noting Bouchard’s desire to creep in from the baseline and attack.


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