Zverev gave the blow and will define before Djokovic the great title of the Masters


From the age of 15, the young German and the talented Serbian will compete for the biggest trophy of the tournament. It can be seen by the ESPN signal

Zverev gave the blow and will define before Djokovic the great title of the Masters

Alexander Zverev celebrates victory against Roger Federer / AP

German Alexander Zverev (5th) surprised Swiss Roger Federer (3rd), defeated him 7-5 and 7-6 (7-5), and challenged Novak Djokovic in the Masters final. the predictions against Kevin Anderson (6), by a double 6-2). The grand finale will take place after 15 and may be followed by the ESPN cable signal.

At only 21 years old, Zverev can lift the most prestigious title of his young career in London. The German already has three Masters 1000 titles (Madrid in 2018, Toronto and Rome in 2017) but never excelled in Grand Slam, where his best result was in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros this year.

At the head of the new generation, Zverev is the youngest player to reach the final of the Masters tournament since Juan Martín del Potro did it in 2009.

Today, the German will try to imitate his coach, American Ivan Lendl, who won the first of his five masters in 1982 at the age of only 21.


In the second semifinal Djokovic continued to show intractable. In four games in London, he did not take a break, better yet, he just had to save two break balls since the start of the tournament.

Against Anderson, who finished the best season of his career at age 32, the Serbian suffered in no time. The South African giant (2.03 meters) also had a chance to enter on a night when he could not rely on his best weapon (55% of the first balls in total).

Djokovic had two break points per set to take the game in 1 hour and 15 minutes, without breaking more than necessary.

"I am very happy to play at the highest level in the last five or six months and I am happy to reach a final again," said the player who accumulated in the second half of the year 35 victories and only two defeats. The Serbian is going to get the crown of his sixth master today.


The Argentinean tennis player Pedro Cachín (257º) will define today the Challenger of Buenos Aires before the Spanish Pablo Andújar (99º).

The final will take place at 2:15 pm in the clay of the Racket Club of Palermo and will distribute the large amount of $ 50,000 in prizes.


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