Zverev, on the pain he felt during the match with Alcaraz: ‘I had a lot of blood’
A nail problem caused him to limp in some parts of the match.
A Alexander Zverev It was quite difficult for him to close the duel against Carlos Alcaraz which allowed him to reach the semifinals of the Australian Open. Therefore, it was not surprising that he relaxed so much in the post-match note.
When Jim Courier, host on the playing field, asked him about the next game Sasha He didn’t hesitate: “He’s been kicking my butt lately but I hope to change that.”
It should be noted that the history between the two accumulates 18 games with 11 wins for Daniil Medvedev. Furthermore, the last two fell to Daniil (in Beijing and at the ATP Finals) and five of the six throughout 2023. Zverev was barely able to impose his game in Cincinnati.
In a Rod Laver full of laughter, the German opened up to anticipate the match against the Russian after he beat the Polish Hubert Hurkacz in five sets and hopes to change luck.
The last time he reached this stage in this city was in 2020, just before the pandemic, and lost in four sets to Dominic Thiem.
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