Welcome to this 4R match between the most successful original Next-Genners, who are playing for the first time since the final of the 2021 Masters won by Zverev. The H2H is tied 6-6 with Danya winning 6 of the last 8 matches.
Match to be played tomorrow at 11:00 PDT (15:00 Chi) in Stadium 1.
I was bored and I started searching for matchups, and I found myself seeing Zverev leading 5-0! against Wawrinka, and in most of their matches, Stan was the favourite coming into the match, such as St. Petersburg 2016 and Miami 2017.
I may say that Zverev's first serve robs a lot of time from...
He is returning after 6 months of recovery from an ankle injury.
Strong as never before.
He's just easily defeated Djokovic in a HC match in Dubai. 6-4 6-3.
In Melbourne the tennis world will see an unforgettable display.
High time for this obligatory TTW GPPD thread.
Sascha is 25. Will be 26 before 2023 French Open.
His BO5 record against Top10 opponents is no longer winless as he defeated Alcaraz at RG22.
Please feel encouraged to share your opinion, 45 days to vote. Poll closes on 17 January 2023.
It's a pity he wasn't able to compete in 2022 finals to defend the trophy as Sascha in his traditional November shape is extremely hard to beat.
Therefore I don't consider this as a bold prediction: you can put his 3rd YEC title in the 2023 calendar.
2018 - 2021 - 2023
Which generation between the original Next Gen and the FARMS Gen will be the most successful at the end of their journeys?
-Original Next Gen best 5: Medvedev, Zverev, Tsitsipas, Ruud and Rublev.
-FARMS Generation 5: Auger-Aliassime, Alcaraz, Rune, Sinner and Musetti.
October 2022 update from ATP:
It's 20-years old Sascha in his epic win against Djokovic in the M1000 final.
"A Star Is Born" as ATP announces.
And we have 14-years old Carlos.
Tiny kid playing junior tournaments.
Would you believe 5 years later who is the first to win his maiden slam title?
... for the taking at 2022 US Open, six players with a real shot at #1. Incredibly close, Nadal definitely in the driver seat, though.
Start of Tournament Points
Stefanos Tsitsipas (w/ Cincy win)
Translation from German (thanks to Google translate):
I suspected he had diabetes. It is a sad and big complication for the practice of professional sports. Zverev is...
For the 4th straight clay court Big Tournament, we've got another Steferev and another Little Three match. The Greek leads 7-4 in the overall H2H and 3-1 on clay, while the German won 3 of the last 5 matches, including this year's Madrid SF.
Match time TBD, but maybe on Day session.
I have doubts about who is gonna win Roland Garros or Alcaraz o Nadal but Zverev will win Wimbledon (because he lost 666 days ago vs Thiem in the us open final)I have more numbers to be sure of all of this
Us open is for Alcaraz , he will be ready then to win his first grand slam
The second Montecarlo semifinal will see the tenth meeting between these two Little Three members, with Stefanos leading by 6-3 and 2-0 on clay, but Zverev has won 2 of the last 3 meetings.
Match to be played not before 15:30 CEST, 9:30 EDT.
We all know that there's a Big Three, many argue that there was a Big Four, and some people consider that we currently have a Big Two.
But what about a Little Three? Or a Little Four? Or even a Little Two?
Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev have the highest quantity of Big Titles, highest W/L...
Shocking to me, but Carlos Alcaraz has now moved into 4th place, yes ahead of Nadal...
Peak Elo Match
Peak Elo Age
He also says he came here with the goal to win the title and take the world #1 spot, but doesn't deserve it when playing like this. Says it's silly to talk about becoming world #1 after a match like this. Needs to figure himself out first.
He doesn't look very happy.
It is quite possible, isn't it?
It has happened. Just needs some good effort from the underdogs to make his life easier.
There are 9 possible Top-10 matchups for Zverev in Melbourne:
QF vs Nadal 
QF vs Hurkacz 
SF vs Djokovic 
SF vs Berrettini 
F vs Medvedev 
F vs Tsitsipas ...
Sascha is 24. Will be 25 before 2022 French Open.
At this stage of his career he's clearly behind Nadal and Djokovic, but it could change soon.
His BO5 record against Top10 opponents is embarrassingly poor.
01 2016 AO R128: #2 Murray 0-3 [1-6 2-6 3-6]
02 2016 WIM R32: #9 Berdych 1-3 [3-6...
age: 24y 7m (as of November 2021)
age: 24y 7m (as of December 2011)
age: 24y 7m (as of January 2011)
ATP tournaments in total
#3 (career high)
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