Alexander Zverev and Diego Schwartzman meet in the fourth round of the 2019 tennis US Open.
Alexander Zverev is coming off a four sets win over Aljaz Bedene that took 48 games to decide. In the victory, Zverev won 80 percent of his first serve points and 50 percent of his second serve points. Zverev won 71 percent of his total service points and converted on three of his eight break points. Zverev got 71 percent of his first serves in play, saved four of six break points and hit 25 aces. Zverev has played a lot of tennis to get to this point, but he’s going to be a tough out as long as he continues to serve at the level he did in his last match. Zverev looks to make his third career grand slam quarterfinal and first at the US Open. Zverev is 2-2 in grand slam fourth round matches. Zverev has won five of his last seven matches on hard court.
Diego Schwartzman is coming off a straight sets win over Tennys Sandgren that took 26 games to decide. In the victory, Schwartzman won 76 percent of his first serve points and 59 percent of his second serve points. Schwartzman won 70 percent of his total service points and converted on five of his 10 break points. Schwartzman got 64 percent of his first serves in play, saved all four break points and hit 29 winners. Schwartzman has yet to lose a set this tournament and has been broken just twice in his last six sets. Schwartzman has now won 15 of his last 19 sets overall. Schwartzman looks to make his third grand slam quarterfinal and second in the US Open. Schwartzman is 2-2 in grand slam fourth round matches. Schwartzman has won five of his last six matches on hard court.
1.What is the shape of the players in the last 5 matches?
- Alexander Zverev
- Last result: 3-1 vs Aljaz Bedene
- Shape: W W W L L
Alexander Zverev is at the best performance of his career at the US Open, and in the eighth he starts with the first chance in the duel with Diego Schwartzman, the player who defeated the hard, last year, in Paris.Zverev won a single title this year in Geneva, but the game worked well for the Grand Slam tournaments. He reached eighth at the Australian Open and Wimbledon and in the quarterfinals at Roland Garros.
- Diego Schwartzman
- Last result: 3-0 vs Tennys Sandgren
- Shape: W W W L W
Diego Schwartzman won this year the first hardcore title of his career: he won the final in Los Cabos (Mexico) in front of Taylor Fritz.Although he is only 1.70 m, the agility of the Argentine often makes the difference in the games he plays. Schwartzman came last year to the quarterfinals at the US Open, where he lost to Pablo Carreno Busta.
2.News, analysis, statistics and progress about the 2 players.
- It occupies the 6th ATP position.
- He’s 22 years old.
- Won 11 ATP titles.
- It is for the first time in the best US Open.
- He won $ 17.6 million from tennis.
- He is ranked 21st ATP.
- He is 27 years old.
- He has won 3 ATP titles.
- Last year, it reached the US Open quarters.
- He won $ 6.1 million from tennis.
Tennis Prediction of the Day Alexander Zverev vs Diego Schwartzman
These two have split the two previous meetings, as Schwartzman won 2014 Kitzbuhel and Zverev won 2018 Paris. Both matches were decided in straight sets.Schwartzman has played the better tennis up to this point, but you have to wonder when we see a drop in his game considering he’s at his best on clay court. Zverev has been shaky at best this year, but he’s showing signs of turning things around and has displayed great mental toughness through three matches. Zverev grinned out two five set matches and is coming off a performance where he won two tiebreaks. Fatigue could be getting to Zverev, but I like what I’ve seen from him in his mental approach. It also feels like a do or die situation, as many have been waiting for the breakthrough moment from Zverev on the grand slam stage and it hasn’t come. No disrespect to Schwartzman, but this a match the German should win. If not now, when?
Prediction Today: Alexander Zverev