German tennis professional Alexander Zverev has reached the quarterfinals of an important tennis tournament. His streak at the Australian Open lasted a long time.
Opponent Cameron Norrie (left) congratulates Alexander Zverev.
Four hours of going up and down the tennis court. Alexander Zverev knows how that feels. On Monday, that's how long it took the German to reach the next round at the Australian Open. It is one of the four major tennis tournaments in the world and is currently held in Australia.
The winner of the first three sets in this match advances to a round. A minimum of six individual games must be won to win a set. This time Alexander Zverev had to deal with an opponent from Great Britain. With the score 2:2, the decision was decided only at the end of the last set. Alexander Zverev said, “I'm happy to win.
In the quarterfinals he will now face one of the best players in the world: Spain's Carlos Algarz. Good news for Alexander Zverev: he has beaten the Spaniard many times.
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