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When is Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann on and what time does it start? Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann will take place on Sunday 12th March, 2023 – not before 18:00 (UK)
Where is Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann taking place? Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann will take place at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California, USA
What surface is Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann being played on? Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann on in the UK? Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
Where can I stream Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann in the UK? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream Rebecca Peterson vs Jil Teichmann live on Prime Video
World number 39 Jil Teichmann came back from a set down to beat her friend and compatriot Belinda Bencic on Friday in her first big result for some time. The 25-year-old won the Billie Jean King Cup for Switzerland alongside Bencic late last season but her singles form has been suspect for much of the last few months on tour and she should be considered a dark horse now as a former Masters runner-up at Cincinnati back in 2021. World number 103 Rebecca Peterson is another player who has suddenly sprung into form but she barely had time to play on Friday after Shuai Zhang retired injured in their second round match. The Swede finished runner-up to Camila Giorgi at the Merida Open two weeks ago and she beat the Monterrey Open champion, Marta Kostyuk, in three sets on Thursday after qualifying well to make the main draw. This is an excellent opportunity for both players in a fixture that looked destined to be Kostyuk vs Bencic but a first meeting between the two leaves more questions than answers. Back Teichmann to earn at least a set as the likelier to win of two capable players whose respective confidences are returning on court.