Alexander Zverev confidently leads in personal meetings with Andrey Rublev. On January 27, the tennis players will meet in the 1/8 finals of the Australian Open. Who is more likely to win? – Read in our prediction.
At what time will Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev play?
The game time is January 27, 2020 at 6:30pm AEDT.
What are players positions in ATP rankings?
Andrey Rublev takes the 16th position and Alexander Zverev takes the 7th position in ATP Tour Rankings.
How many wins does Andrey Rublev have?
Andrey Rublev has won 55,6% of his games.
How many wins does Alexander Zverev have?
Alexander Zverev has won 65,6% of his games.
More recently, Andrey had many problems with his game. He failed on serves, lost concentration and could lose the must-win match. Especially the Russian experienced serious problems with endurance and hardly coped with the preassure. Now all this is not there, he goes to court, acts aggressively and at the same time allows himself a minimal number of mistakes. He can shoot about 10-20 aces in the match, which was not even a case before.
For many years, all experts have been talking about the outstanding future of Zverev. But so far, Alexander cannot justify the hopes layed upon him. He is incredibly talented, has everything in his arsenal that others can only dream of. But the problem is that the German is too unstable psychologically, so every season he is defeated at the Grand Slams, although he is able to compete even with the Big Three.
Statistics and personal meetings
- The tennis players met three times on the court. All three victories were won by Alexander Zverev.
- Andrey Rublev did not win a single set in those games.
Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev Game Prediction
Zverev felt his game again. He has finally adjusted the second serve and practically does not allow double mistakes. Rublev is on the courage currently, but the problem is that he is tired, as he spent 11 matches in a row and almost everyone went on in a bitter struggle. Therefore, Alexander has an excellent opportunity to enter the next stage, especially if he does not present his opponent with opportunities and imposes his game upon the Russian. Our prediction is the victory of Alexander Zverev