Saturday , January 28 2023

ATP final: Alexander Zverev Novak Djokovic wins semifinal of Roger Federer


Watch: Alexander Zverev defeated John Isner in the semifinals

Alexander Zverev of Germany won John Sonner and took the last place in the final of the ATP Finals and finished the first in the world – Novak Djokovic as a group winner.

Zverev scored his first goal in the second half until he scored 6-3 in 7-6 (7-5) in London.

The third slogan Zverev will play Roger Federer in the semi-final on Saturday.

Djokovic will perform Marin Kilich after 7-6 (9-7) 6-2 on Friday and South Africa's Kevin Anderson will play.

14 times Grand Slam champion won three tournaments and won the tournament, winning the tournament.

Pierre Hugger and Herbert Nicholas defeated their team in 53 minutes, winning Mike Brian and Jack Sock 6-2 6-2.

Brian and Sock are on the second place and meet in the semi-final with England's Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares.

Afternoon Session – 14:00 GMT – There are two people in the BBC
Roger Federer (Swi) – Alexander Zverev (Ger)
Evening semester – 20:00 GMT – online radio commentary
Novak Djokovic (Ser) and Kevin Anderson (SA)

Djokovic speaks of another intention

Djokovic was recognized as the winner of the O2 in the world's first rank. The priorities against Enner and Zverev were forwarded to the remaining fields.

And when he was forced to work with the first set-up of Cilic, Serbia had another fine behavior this week to keep records of the siege.

Although the semi-finalist was guaranteed to be a group winner, Djokovic dropped his intensity and denied that he had a close-up service near Cilicia.

Wimbledon and the US open champion lost only five points in the match and won 100% of the points when he performed his first service.

Croatia only scored two points in the first set, denied entry to the opponent's excellent performance, and later paid off the pressure when he pressed the trout after four points.

Djokovic did not spend three breaks in the long-awaited game of the second meeting, and then the 31-point draw ended in the third game.

However, Djokovic was able to further strengthen his focus, but he paused in the next match and played again with a score of 5-2 to score an hour and 36 minutes.

Did Zverev come to a big stage?

Federer, Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray's "big four" were identified as the youngest player in the 1930s, when Zverev was able to fill their vacancies when they retired for a long time.

The 21-year-old athlete was still in the fourth place in the O2 for the first time after joining the Big Brother Ivan Lendl for eight seasons but still having a great impact on Big Sham.

Now, with Federer, and, probably, Djokovic is on his way to announce his arrival in a wider audience to win the weekend.

In his first match, after Kilie showed his anti-attack thinking, Zverev was able to win the second game against Iskart.

In addition to the semi-final, he scored big points against the Americans to win the match between two players.

He came out and fell down

Zverev brought 143 milliliters of acetyls to clear the point at point 6-5 of the first set of breaks – the lead opened in the tie and eventually proved consolidation.

Knowing that he needed to win to stay in the tournament, Isner won a two-time win with the only hope for semi-finals, but put on the second point of Zverev.

The 6th American game, the 10th American game, has been miraculously transformed into a great deal of activity, but it began with Zverev, a fast-paced, first-rate percentage and even more.

And when Zverev wins a 4-4 win for the second time, the victory has promptly returned to love and allowed him to think about meeting with Federer.

"I'm glad to go to semifinals," Zverev said. "I did a good job last year.

"John was such a tough opponent, and the last two matches had two ways to get to him: the first set was incredible, always one or two points.

"I came with big blows in the British attack, and I'm trying to help her because she helped her."

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