Tennis Olympic Champion Alexander Zverev has moved into the final at the ATP tournament in Montpellier. The German number one defeated the Sweden Mikael Ymer in just 52 minutes with 6: 1, 6: 3 and stands for the 29th time in his career in a final. It was the third victory for Zverev in the third meeting with Ymer.
In the finals on Sunday, Zverev, who had already left the Australian Open before 13 days ago, left the Australian Open on Alexander Bulk. A success against the Kazakh would mean the 20th ATP title for world ranking.
“I’m in the final, and I’m happy about it. I played a pretty good match and had only a bad game in it,” Zverev said.
ZVEREV dominated the encounter from the beginning and adopted Ymer directly the first two impact games. ZVEREV also served strongly and in the first sentence had a superior quota of 87 percent at the first premium. In the second sentence Zverev continued his game sovereign. Only a bursting game had to give the hamburgers who used his first matchball directly.
Zverev has good memories in Montpellier in Montpellier: In 2017, the then 19-year-old triumphed in single and double at the side of his brother Mischa.
Also this time Alexander Zverev joined the double again, but with his buddy Marcelo Melo from Brazil. But the duo conceded a 3: 6, 4: 6 defeat against Jonathan Erich / Edouard Roger-Vasselin (Israel / France).
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