On Thursday 23 January 2020, Alexander Zverev looks to prove that he can be strong in Grand Slams as he meets Egor Gerasimov in the second round of the 2020 Australian Open
Zverev won his opening round match in straight sets against Marco Cecchinato and the German was truly adept at holding his self-restraint and feelings under wraps. Zverev had an awful 2019 season contrasted with what we have seen him accomplish in years earlier. Zverev needs to guarantee that he stays centered and guarantees that he doesn’t flounder to bring down positioned players who a year ago had the chance to agitate him.
Egor Gerasimov is a solid player, has a major serve and is ground-breaking in his shots. Gerasimov won his opening round match in a 5-set spine chiller. Gerasimov has had the option to contend with the greatest players before and has had triumphs over enormous players and servers like John Isner. Egor will need to accept all the open doors he can get against Zverev and conceivably pull a resentful here.
Statistics and personal meetings
- This will be the first meeting between these two players, and it will be one of the all the more intriguing second round matches of the day.
Alexander Zverev vs Egor Gerasimov Game Prediction
Zverev should dominate this game, yet with regards to the way of triumph it is more enthusiastically to foresee. Zverev can be inclined to upsets and on the off chance that his game starts to flounder and he loses his temper, at that point its Gerasimov’s down. Zverev needs to guarantee he is intellectually solid and can defeat an intense test.
- Our prediction – Zverev wins in 4 sets