Stefanos Tsitsipas will face Alexander Zverev in the semi-final for a place in the finals of the Madrid Open 2022 on Saturday. Here you will know all the details about Tsitsipas vs Zverev match.
Tsitsipas vs Zverev Match Details
|Fixture||(4) Stefanos Tsitsipas vs (2) Alexander Zverev|
|Date||8 May 2022|
|Tournament||Madrid Open 2022|
|Category||ATP Masters 1000|
|Match Timing||1 AM GMT, 9 pm EST|
|Live telecast||USA – Tennis Channel | UK – Amazon Prime Video ||
Tsitsipas faced a difficult quarterfinal opponent in Andrey Rublev. The Greek player started off very well and looked in sublime touch, continuing his propriety on claycourt. Rublev fought back to require the second set, hitting some unbelievable passing shots to require the match into a decider. His plan sounded like it had been working within the final set too, but Tsitsipas found some way back to the match and won 6-3, 2-6, 6-4.
Alexander Zverev faced Canadian Felix Auger- Aliassime in the quarterfinals. The defending champion looked devastating from the baseline, hitting clean backhand winners to place pressure on Aliassime. Zverev will look to stay his double faults in restraint against Tsitsipas, with the German serving nine double faults against the Canadian.
When is Tsitsipas vs Zverev?
- Date: Saturday, 8 May 2022
- Time: 9 PM ET.
Tsitsipas vs Zverev Location:
- Venue: La Caja Mágica, Madrid
- Capacity: 12,442
The Tsitsipas vs Zverev match will be played at the La Caja Mágica in Madrid. This venue can hold up to 12,442 people.
Tsitsipas vs Zverev Head to Head:
|Alexander Zverev||Stefanos Tsitsipas|
How to watch Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Alexander Zverev?
You can watch the Djokovic vs Alcaraz match on the tennis channel from the USA. The Livestream will be available on their website.
Amazon Prime Video:
Amazon Prime Video will show the live coverage of the first semifinal of the Madrid Open. The monthly subscription fee is $8.99
TSN will show the Djokovic vs Alcaraz match on television, whereas DAZN has the right to offer the event on online platforms.
Both players are offensive baseliners, but Tsitsipas is understood for approaching the online more often than his German counterpart. Tsitsipas will look to require the ball early and not let Zverev settle into any quiet rhythm or use his backhand to line up winners against the Greek.
Zverev will must hold back and not commit too many unforced errors or double faults. Given how well Tsitsipas is playing and Zverev’s recent form leaving plenty to be desired, the German will play exceptionally well to topple Tsitsipas, who is the favorite to win the match.
Prediction : Tsitsipas to win in 3 sets.