Prague, Czechia, 30 April 2018 |

Daria Gavrilova and Sam Stosur will face off for the fourth time at a WTA event when they line up opposite each other in the first round in Prague.

Gavrilova, the No.4 seed at the claycourt event, leads the head-to-head 2-1 over Stosur, winning their last match in Sydney in January.

But Stosur won their only match on clay – in last year’s Strasbourg final – and Prague is a happy hunting ground; she reached the final at this event in 2016.

> WTA Prague main draw

The winner will take on either Denisa Allertova or a qualifier, with No.5 seed Barbora Strycova looming as a potential opponent in the quarterfinals.

The tournament is headlined by top two seeds Karolina Pliskova – who has drawn sister Kristyna in round one – and Petra Kvitova.

At the WTA tournament in Rabat, Morocco, Ajla Tomljanovic has drawn a tough first-round opponent in Pauline Parmentier – the Frenchwoman who won last week’s title in Istanbul.

> WTA Rabat main draw

This week it’s the men’s turn in Istanbul, a tournament that has awarded Bernard Tomic a wildcard.

Tomic, who will make his first competitive outing in more than a month, has drawn No.6 seed Viktor Troicki in the first round, a player against whom he’s 2-2 in the head-to-head series.

> ATP Istanbul main draw

Another Aussie in the field is John Millman, who will look to replicate his claycourt form from Budapest when he takes on Dusan Lajovic.

Also earning a wildcard this week was Alex De Minaur, who will line up in the main draw of the 250-level claycourt event in Estoril.

The 19-year-old, who will also partner with Lleyton Hewitt in the doubles draw, takes on local Gastao Elias in the first round.

The winner progresses to a second-round meeting with No.3 seed Kyle Edmund, the Brit who recently reached the final on clay in Marrakech.

> ATP Estoril main draw