Naomi Osaka, Indian champion, opens his championship journey with Viazar Jr. facing a bitter battle

 Naomi Osaka, Indian champion, opens his championship journey with Viazar Jr. facing a bitter battle

American, California, Indian Wells-Williams Jr. ushered in the anniversary of postpartum resurrection, waiting for her to sign an extremely difficult form.

The BNP Paribas Open womens singles form for the 2019 season was released on Monday. The 23rd Grand Slam winners first round is empty, and the next round may encounter another former world number one Azarenka.

Americas top player officially returned to the arena last year, and now she will play as the No. 10 seed. Shes in the same division with No. 4 seed Stevens and No. 7 seed Bottens, and will face the winner between Azarenka and Lapko in the first battle.

Azarenka defeated Williams Jr. in the final of Indian Wells Station in 2016, and then won the Sunshine Double. Later, Belarusians also announced the good news of pregnancy.

For the two champions, the next journey is also full of thorns. Her third round potential rivals are the 20th seed, two-time Grand Slam winner Muguruza, and the fourth and quarter finals are Bottens and Stevens, respectively.

Naomi Osaka sits in the first half of the zone, and her first defending title may usher in a battle of revenge.

The No. 1 seed won the first prize in her career at Indian Wells last year, and she will wait for the winner between Murad Novich and Zheng Sai-sai.

The New Koreas Australian Open champion lost to Murad Norwich in Dubai earlier, her first match in the world.

Naoto Osakas next potential rival on the way to promotion is this years Australian Open top four, 25 seed Collins, the fourth round may face the new Kodubai station champion, 23 seed Bencic or former world No. 1, 13 seed Wozniacki, the top eight is against No. 5 seed Ka Priskova.

The 3rd seed Kovitova will face the winner between Big Williams and Petkovic in the first battle. The potential opponents of the 16th best are No. 15 seed Gergus or No. 17 seed Keith. The seed counterpoint of the 1st quarter final is No. 8 seed Cobel or No. 9 seed Sabarenca.

Source: WTA Chinese Official Website Responsible Editor: Cao Lie-e_NS1806