Zverev dominates the ATP Cup and Germany beat America – SPORTS

Zverev dominates the ATP Cup and Germany beat America - SPORTS

Defeated by Great Britain on debut, Germany won the ATP Cup, the first in a tournament of tennis nations, played in Sydney, Australia, this Tuesday. The Germans propelled the United States by scoring 2–0.

Jen Struff, 51st, 24th survived the 34-year-old of giant John Isner, scoring 7/6 (9/7) 4/6 7/5 after a 2h43min fight.

Then third in the world, Olympic and 2021 ATP Finals champion, Alexander Zverev, 23, surpassed Taylor Fritz in a double 6/4. Zverev had trouble closing the game, where he needed six match-points in his serve game in front of a brave and powerful American who went to balls in adversity. Sasha stunned his opponent and scored a second serve ace.

This was Zverev’s second singles game with a win in the competition and his second consecutive victory. Fritz returned in the first game of the clash against Canada in the 11th, defeating Felix Aliassim.

Germany still have to beat Canada on the final day of the group stage on Thursday and match-fixing is expected to advance to the semi-finals. Americans need to get ahead of the British and cheer for the same. Canada and Great Britain will play for the second round this Tuesday.

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