Frances Tiafoe (@2.8) vs Alexander Zverev (@1.44)
01-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Alexander Zverev will win

Frances Tiafoe – Alexander Zverev Match Prediction | 01-10-2019 06:00

Fortunately for Alexander Zverev, his receiving was outstanding. Alexander Zverev lacked focus in the opening match as he dominated the opening 2 sets but managed to make it a 5-set match. Zverev had only dropped 4 games in the first 2 sets but lost the momentum as his opponent won the next 2 sets. The serving was the biggest concern for Alexander Zverev as he lost 5 service games. Zverev won 48% of his receiving points which allowed him to break his opponents serve on 9 occasions.

Toss-up. The sixth-seed will probably need to resort to pushing from behind the baseline and its on the American whether he can take advantage. Tiafoe has more arguments than the Moldovan and he might be able to throw the racket of out Zverevs hand. Damian: The German had brief spells of brilliance against Radu Albot but his game is still nowhere to be found.

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Zverev is a significantly stronger player and he seems to have an edge over Tiafoe. That being said, I am going to pick Alexander Zverev to win this match. Both Frances Tiafoe and Alexander Zverev are very talented and this is expected to be a very exciting match.

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Damian: Bedene searched for form at the Challenger Tour recently and it seems to have worked out well as he defeated Josef Kovalik in his opening match. Paire was in a final at Winston-Salem last week but he seems to have recovered better than his conqueror Hubert Hurkacz. Its a good draw for the 29th seed and as long as hes more or less concentrated he should be able to run away with the win.

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Tiafoe also received serve well as he broke his opponents serve on 3 occasions. On the other side of the coin, Frances Tiafoe had a simple opening round match as he won the opening 2 sets before his opponent retired during the third set. Playing on home soil, Tiafoe has received outstanding support. The serving was very impressive from Frances Tiafoe as he won 78% of his service points which allowed him to win all of his service games.

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Damian: Big wins for both guys, Sandgren came back from the brink of defeat to overcome Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Pospisil managed to surprise the ninth seed Karen Khachanov. The question is who is more likely to repeat it and my gut says the American who reached Wimbledon fourth round recently and will fancy his chances for another run out of nowhere.

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An early 2019 Frances Tiafoe could have been favourite for this meeting, and it is tempting to suggest he can win this match over Zverev with so many of the Germans peers falling in the early rounds. Frances Tiafoe has previously beaten Alexander Zverev on a hard court at the Cincinnati Masters in 2017, but the German number one leads their head-to-head record 3-1 and won both previous Grand Slam second-round encounters. Zverev has something to prove here after a terrible first-round loss at Wimbledon last month, and he will not be encouraged by a crowd hugely in favour of his even younger opponent. Tiafoe has the crowd, and relative freshness on his side after a two-set default victory to Zverevs five-set slog.

Thompson is a very good all-round player but Berrettini has a much higher ceiling and if he can get his serve and forehand combination going, the Australian will get blown off the court. Damian: The Italian played just one match post Wimbledon because of an injury he got in practice yet came out firing in New York and defeated in-form Richard Gasquet in the first round.