Alexander Zverev vs Taylor Fritz Odds & Info
|Game||Alexander Zverev vs Taylor Fritz|
|Date & Time||Monday January 3, 2022, 7:20 PM (EST)|
Ken Rosewall Arena Ken Rosewall Arena, Sydney, Australia
German tennis superstar Alexander Zverev is playing at the 2022 ATP Cup in Australia. In the next round of the tournament, Zverev is set to play against Taylor Fritz from the United States.
Alexander Zverev enters this match having defeated Cameron Norrie in straight sets in the previous round. It was a comfortable win for Zverev as he looked very dominant throughout the match. During the win, Alexander Zverev impressed with his receiving as the German superstar close to 50% of his receiving points and 2 return games against an opponent who has a very strong serve. Zverev has been tremendous over the past few years and will be hoping to lead Team Germany to challenge for the title at this tournament.
On the other side of the coin, Taylor Fritz enters this match after winning his opening match in 3 sets. It was a close match after Fritz lost the opening set of the match. During the win, Taylor Fritz impressed with his serving as he hit 12 aces which helped him win all of his service games. Taylor Fritz is an impressive tennis player and on the hard courts of Australia, he will be hoping to have a big season. That being said, this is expected to be an extremely challenging match for Taylor Fritz as he is playing against an elite player in Alexander Zverev.
Alexander Zverev and Taylor Fritz have played each other 5 times in the past with Alexander Zverev winning on 3 occasions and Taylor Fritz winning twice. The most recent match between these two players was in 2021 at the Indian Wells Masters where Taylor Fritz won in 3 sets.
Free Tennis Pick:
Looking at all the information, I am going to pick Alexander Zverev to win this match. Zverev is the stronger player and following such an impressive 2021 season, I see the German superstar playing with huge amounts of confidence. This should be a close match since both players are in good touch but I see there being a difference in class with Zverev looking very strong. I see Zverev winning in 3 sets.