Zverev A. (Ger) vs. Rublev A. (Rus) – Score prediction (10.10.2019)


Alexander Zverev dropped only nine games in his previous two matches against Andrey Rublev in Monte Carlo 2016 and Beijing 2017 but expect him to have a tough time on the court this Thursday, considering Andrey Rublev’s performance levels in the second half of 2019.

Alexander Zverev needed two tiebreakers to scrap his way past the experienced Jeremy Chardy in the second round of Shanghai Masters on Wednesday. The Frenchman held three set points in the first-set tiebreaker and led the second set by a break, but the German managed to fight back and get the job done in straight sets, 7-6 7-6.
World #6 Alexander Zverev made a fine start to the Asian swing and gained a lot of momentum in Beijing last week, where he defeated the likes of Felix Auger Aliassime and Sam Querrey in straight sets before losing to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinal.

After failing in the round of 16 in Shanghai Masters during his first two appearances in 2016 and 2017, the top-ranked German made it to the semifinal here in 2018 — defeated Alex de Minaur in the round of 16.Despite performing well below his standards in these nine months, Alexander Zverev has managed to stay inside top 10 but it vital for him to step up and match the impressive results that he posted in the final few weeks of the 2018 season — semifinalist in Shanghai Masters and Basel, quarterfinalist in Paris Masters and champion at ATP World Tour Finals (biggest title of his career)

Andrey Rublev registered his most dominant win of the season by bageling the last week’s ATP Tokyo runner-up John Millman in the second round of Shanghai Masters, 6-2 6-0. Earlier in this campaign, the Russian registered his sixth top 20 win of the season by defeating world #15 Borna Coric in straight sets in the first round.
The talented Russian’s excellent run of form on the main tour was halted by Fabio Fognini in the second round of ATP Beijing last week. Nevertheless, Rublev would be satisfied with his results so far in the second half of 2019 — a runner-up finish in Hamburg and three quarterfinal appearances in Cincinnati, Winston Salem, and St.Petersburg.

Match Info.

Competition: ATP – SINGLES: Shanghai (China), hard – 1/8-finals.
Start: 10.10.2019, 12:00 UTC.

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