The next interesting event which we found of the daily tennis schedule is going to be gain from ATP French Open, Quarterfinal between Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev. Both players will take a place in Court Philippe Chatrier, Paris, France. Both players have played six times and Thiem has won four of all those events. The most recent game was in this years in ATP Madrid Masters 1000, a game Zverev won in straight-sets, while Dominic Thiem is 3:1 against Alexander Zverev on a clay court.
The German talent is coming off a five-set win against his rivals of Russia - Karen Khachanov that took 49 games to decide the game. In a victory, Zverev junior won 74% of his 1st serve points and 49% of his 2nd serve points, also, Zverev managed to make a big comeback to advance to his 1st Grand Slam Quarterfinal, as he hit 63 winners and broke his opponent 12 times. He has won each of the previous six Quarterfinal appearances overall. Furthermore, He hopes to make his 1st ever Grand Slam Semifinal clash. Moreover, The German Ace has won 17 of the previous 18 encounters on a clay court.
The Austrian clay talent is coming off a four-set win against his rival of Japan - Kei Nishikori that took 36 games to decide the game. In this victory, Dominic Thiem won 85% of his 1st serve points and 57% of his 2nd serve points. Also, he hit 41 winners and was broken just once in his 4th round victory. Furthermore, he is in a great shape right now, fresh off a Lyon Open title and is in the quarters for the 5th time in his last six tournaments. Dominic has split his last eight quarterfinal games overall. He looks to make his 3rd career Grand Slam Semifinal, likewise, the Austrian Ace has won eight straight games on a clay court.
Another good winning tip yesterday, as the Serbian Ace beat his opponent in straight sets and we were right about our decision to think that Novak Djokovic is able to Win the game Under 29.5 Games. The next interesting event which we found of the tomorrow's tennis program is going to be between Dusan Lajovic and Alexander Zverev.
Both sides never met before that and this is going to be their first competitive encounter on a high level. The German talent is coming off a straight-sets win against Ricardas Berankis that took 22 games to decide the game. Zverev won 87% of his first serve points and 81% of his 2nd serve points, moreover, he continues to serve out of his mind on a clay court and is coming off a game in which he won 85% of his total service points and did not face a single break-point. Furthermore, Junior Zverev will be a threat to make a run for his first Гrand Сlam title if he can continue to serve at this level while keeping his unforced errors under 20. However, he has won 10 of the previous 11 clashes on a clay court.
Likewise, Dusan Lajovic is coming off a straight-sets win against Jiri Vesely that took 25 games to decide the winner of this amazing contest. Lajovic won 86% of his 1st serve points and 62% of his 2nd serve points. Moreover, he was able to win his 1st round game rather easily despite getting just 45% of his 1st serves in play. he hopes to make the 3rd round of a Grand Slam for the first time since the 2014 French Open. Meanwhile, he has won 10 of his last 13 games on a clay court.
#Alexander Zverev is coming off a straight-sets win over Denis Shapovalov that took 17 games to decide the game. In the victory, Zverev won 88% of his first serve points and 63% of his second serve points. Also, he won 79% of his total service points for the match and won 71% of his return points in the second set. The German talent has now won 16 straight sets and is going to be a nightmare to deal with if he continues to win such a high percentage of his service points. Zverev has been broken just once in his last five encounters combined, which is the definition of being in the zone.
#Zverev hopes to win his second title of the year and the eighth of his career. Zverev has won 7 of his last 9 final appearances and is 3-1 in final appearances on a clay court. Zverev looks for his third ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title and is 2-1 in his career in previous final appearances. Zverev has won eight straight matches on a clay court.
The final round of Miami open is going to be between the German Ace - Alexander Zverev and the American giant - John Isner. The 32-year-old John Isner and the 20-year-old Alexander Zverev are players from different generations. They have a long history together. Their best and closest contest, which went to three tiebreakers, came in the second round in Miami sine 12 months ago. If this clash is anything like that one, entertainment-wise, we are in for something good.
Both tennis players have played very well this week, with Isner dropping just one set at the moment, which came in his first game of the tournament. The German Ace has only dropped two himself, and those can in his first two meetings, so lately they have both been winning by straight sets. Big John blew away Juan-Martin Del Potro 2:0 (6-1, 7-6) in the semi-final, and looked in a very good team in front of his home fans, Alexander Zverev was equally impressive in beating Pablo Carreno Buta, beating him 2:0 (7-6, 6-2) to make the final.
Yesterday, the game which we were predicted for you it was successful as both players did an amazing game against each other. The next competitive game which we really want to predict and make an analyse is coming from the same tournament. The German rocket - Alexander Zverev faces off against the USA rocket - Jack Sock.
Also, we expect to see a tough and matched game for both sides. Zverev battled hard against the Swiss rocket - Roger Federer on Tuesday, but the German young rocket was left with no reward to show for his effort as he came up just short of the tournament favourite. After losing the first set on a tie-break, Zverev came roaring back to claim the second to take the encounter. Nonetheless, thanks to his win against Marin Cilic earlier in the week the German is still in a very good position to make the semifinals at these Finals.
However, the German was coming into this tournament after a quiet few months, but he seems to have rediscovered his best tennis and he’s now a big threat this week. We have a strange feeling about this game and we really expect to see a game over 2.5 sets.
After a disappointing performance. Rafael Nadal was defeated in three sets, also that, he was an injured and he was not fully restored. The Belgian player - David Goffin beat the Spaniard rocket for the first time in his career. This year, “King of Clay” beat his opponent two times so far. After all, Nadal was retired and his place shall be Pablo Carreno-Busta.
We continue to follow this prestigious tournament and the next game which we really want to predict is between Roger Federer and Alexander Zverev. There is nothing else to say except that both players are very good and will fully acknowledge their tactics in the meeting.
As we can see that, the absolute favourite in this game is the No.2 of the World Ranking - Roger Federer. Meanwhile, we don’t believe that the younger German rocket will be beaten in straight short sets. In our opinion is to see an effective and tough game for both sides. Over 22 games in this event, it’s a pretty choice for us.