Alexander Zverev will be up against Filip Krajinovic in the first round of the 2021 Erste Bank Open. Zverev is ranked 4th in the world while Krajinovic is the World No.40.
Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic: Match Details
- Tournament: ATP Vienna 2021
- Match: Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic
- Round: 1st Round
- Date: October 26, 2021
- Prize money: $21,171
- Venue: Vienna, Austria
- Surface: Indoor Hardcourt
Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic: Preview
German Alexander Zverev has been one of the best players this season. After a Round of 16 appearance at Wimbledon, he won his second masters title of the season at Cincinnati and then reached the semifinal of the US Open. At Indian Wells, he made it to the quarterfinal where he lost to Taylor Fritz.
Serbian Filip Krajinovic has been in decent form after bowing out in the first round at Wimbledon. He reached the final of the German Open where he beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in the quarterfinal and Laslo Djere in the semifinal. He then made back to back quarterfinal appearances at the Croatia Open and Austrian Open. After the US Open, he reached the semifinal of the Sofia Open where he lost to eventual champion Jannik Sinner.
Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic: Head-to-Head
This will be the second meeting between the duo. Zverev leads the H2H 1-0. They last met at Hamburg two years ago where Zverev won in three sets.
Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic: Prediction
Zverev will start as the favorite to win the match. He is one of the favorite to win the title this week and will want to wrap things quickly in the initial rounds. He has lost in the early rounds very rarely this season and hence will fancy his chances against Zverev. Krajinovic too has proved that he could beat anyone on the given day but his defensive game is much more suited to clay. Expect an easy outing for Zverev this time.
Prediction: Zverev to win in straight sets.
Alexander Zverev vs Filip Krajinovic: Live Streaming and Where to Watch
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