Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Alexander Zverev Odds & Info
|Game||Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Alexander Zverev|
|Date & Time||Saturday March 20, 2021, 11:00 PM (EDT)|
Estadio Estadio, Acapulco, Mexico
We have reached the final of the 2021 ATP Mexican Open. At this stage of the tournament, Alexander Zverev is set to play against Stefanos Tsitsipas from Greece.
Alexander Zverev enters this match having won his previous outing in straight sets. It was a dominant performance by Zverev as the German superstar won over 80% of his service games and 3 return games. It has been a very strong tournament for Alexander Zverev as he enters this final having won all of his prior matches in straight sets. Zverev made the quarterfinals at the Australian Open and also made the semifinals of the ATP Cup with Team Germany so he enters this match in good form. This will be the biggest challenge of the tournament for Alexander Zverev.
On the other side of the coin, Stefanos Tsitsipas also won his previous outing in straight sets. It was a dominant performance with the Greek superstar only losing 4 games in the entire match. Tsitsipas has defeated the likes of Benoit Paire and John Isner at this tournament and is looking in good touch. Stefanos Tsitsipas recently made the semifinal of the Australian Open and ATP Rotterdam so he will be confident in his ability as he enters this match.
Alexander Zverev and Stefanos Tsitsipas have played each other 6 times in the past with Stefanos Tsitsipas winning on 5 occasions and Zverev winning once. The most recent match between these two players was in 2020 at the ATP Cup where Stefanos Tsitsipas won in straight sets. The last time Zverev defeated Tsitsipas was in 2018 at ATP Washington. Tsitsipas has won the last 5 head-to-head matches between these two players.
Free Tennis Pick:
Taking everything into consideration, I am going to pick Stefanos Tsitsipas to win this match. Both players are in good touch and have been playing well but I see the Greek superstar having an edge over Zverev considering the head-to-head record. This should be a close match with Stefanos Tsitsipas winning in 3 sets.