Monday , July 26 2021

Zverev leaves Djokovic without any chance and writes ATP terminals on his name NOW



Alexander Zverev won the ATP Final on Sunday in London. Germany was convincingly convincing fourteen Grand Slam winner, Novak Djokovic in the finals: 6-4 and 6-3.

Djokovic, a 31-year-old, who was still too strong for Zverev at the group stage, had lost this set again and had not yet broken. This time, he was the smallest on almost every face. So it came to just seven winners o 'compared to 23 for Zverev.

The 10-year-old Germany, who was the head of the semi-finalist of Roger Federer, Djokovic, gave the final stage of the first set of problems. Taro Zverev and the Djokovic service are 4-4 and then drag the set inside.

Djokovic seems to be a bit distressed and presenting his service again at the beginning of the second set. He broke back straight, but a second cut in the next game did not exceed the Serbian number of one of the world.

In the sequence, Zverev kept his service regularly and the venture in the party with the necessary effort. In phase 5-3, he then added a nice passwords to a corresponding second point.

Zverev wins the greatest victory in his career

For the talented Zverev, his success in the final ATP means the greatest victory in his career. In the Grand Slam tournaments reaching the quarter quarter to date is his best achievement.

That's the fifth five in the world, which by winning a tournament will rise to four, this year at Roland Garros. On the latest issues of Opening Australia, Wimbledon and the US Open, he fought in the third round.

However, Germany, who has a fantastic future, won the Masters tournament in Madrid in 2018 and was a final defeat in Miami and Rome. At the ATP final, the tenth win in a tournament assured his youngest career.

Double title for Sock and Bryan

Mike Bryan and Jack Sock won the title in the doubles on Sunday. The American couple dominated France Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.

Sock and Bryan, who had formed a regular duo from June, needed nine minutes in London to get the French on their knees: 5-7, 6-1 and 13-11. The Americans won a strong season with their victory, winning Wimbledon and Open the US.

For Bryan, he is already a fifth title during the Final Round. The last four times he won the trophy on his brother's side Bob, who had been on the side for some months due to hip surgery.


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