“Who is seeded three here? Baez or Zverev?” John McEnroe stunned by Alexander Zverev’s Blunders in the second round of the French Open

John McEnroe reacts to Alexander Zverev's meltdown during his second round match against Sebastian Baez.

John McEnroe and Alexander Zverev
John McEnroe and Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev found himself yelling at his camp after a series of blunders during his match against the Argentinian Sebastian Baez in the second round of the Roland Garros 2022.

The german looked out of form from the beginning of the match. Zverev seeded third in the tournament was expected to have an easy match against the world No. 36. However, the first two sets were an abomination for the World No.3.

He started the match by losing the first set 2-6. He wasn’t in a comfortable position throughout the first set and ended up losing it by a huge margin. Things got even worse in set number two as the German started making huge blunders against Baez. It was in this set that Zverev lost his cool and yelled at his box.

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John McEnroe stunned by Alexander Zverev’s errors

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Alexander Zverev’s style of play and behavior stunned everyone on the court and even the legendary John McEnroe who was commentating during the incident. It all started with Zverev making a double fault and yelling at his box. Then the German went for a smash which ended up falling outside the line.

Zverev was visibly frustrated with his performance and wasn’t able to believe the type of game he was playing. During this former world No.1, John McEnroe exclaimed “Oh! What in the world is going on?!”

He added, “Who is seeded three here? Baez or Zverev? Wow!”

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