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Zverev won the fourth Masters title in his career on the clay courts in Madrid

Zverev won the fourth Masters title in his career on the clay courts in Madrid

German tennis player Alexander Zverev won the clay tournament in Madrid for the second time in his career. The 2018 champion defeated Italian Matteo Berettini in the final after a big fight 6: 7, 6: 4, 6: 3 and won the fourth title in the Masters Series.

The sixth player in the world ranking thus completed a successful week, during which he won, among other things, the scalp of clay king Rafael Nadal and US Open champion Dominic Timm. In the final, Zverev lost the group for the first time in the tournament, but the duel managed to turn around and after 2 hours and 40 minutes he celebrated his 15th title. Berettini did not finish his debut in the Masters Final.

“It’s been three years since I last won the Masters,” Zverev said on the field. “It’s an unbelievable feeling.” He won his first two prestigious awards in 2017 in Rome and Montreal. German tennis players await another start in the Italian capital next week. “The conditions there are a little different. I hope to show the same match,” he added.

Grixbor and Niemeyer succeeded in Prague

Dutch tennis player Talon Griksbourg became the winner of the twenty-first annual Clay First Tournament. I.LTK Prague Open. German player Jule Niemeierová dominated the ITF Women’s Championship in Štvanice, which entered the main competition from the qualifiers.

In the final, the Griksport defeated Oscar Otte of Germany, the semi-final winner Michael Verbinski, after turning in a three-set battle: 5: 7, 6: 4 and 6: 4. The 24-year-old Griksborough already lost 2: 4 in the deciding set After that, he won four games in a row.

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“After his third victory over Challenger of his career,” Griksport said in a commentary press release.

Griekspoor and Otto played the doubles match in Prague, where they were eliminated in the first round. The Dutch tennis player, who won his first four mutual matches with Otto, added: “We know each other very well. We often train together, but it came together and I am happy with today’s victory.”

In the final, Niemeier lost to Dalma Gálfi of Hungary in groups 6: 4 and 6: 2. The 21-year-old German cheered, “It feels great. It was a great week, I played seven games, so it was really difficult, but the victory.” It’s all over. “

Men’s Tennis Championships in Madrid (Clay):

Men (€ 3,226,325 support):

Individual – Final:

A. Zverev (5-DEU) – Beritine (8-F) 6: 7 (8:10), 6: 4, 6: 3.

My Husband – Final:

Granollers, Zeballos (3-Sp. / Arg.) – Mektic, Pavic (2-Chorv.) 1: 6, 6: 3, 10: 8.

Men’s and women’s tennis championships in Rome (clay courts):

Men (scholarship € 2,082,960):

Singles – Round 1:

Carreno (11-Sp.) – Djere (SRB) 4: 6, 6: 3, 6: 1, Goffin (12-Belg.) – Caruso (It.) 6: 4, 6: 1, Opelka (US) Gasquet (France) 6: 1, 7: 5, Oger Alissim (Canada) – Krajinovic (SRB) 6: 3, 6: 7 (5: 7), 6: 4.

Tennis I. LTK Prague Open 2021 by Moneta Money Bank (clay):

Men’s ATP Competitors ($ 25,000 grant):

Individual – Final:

Griksport (New Zealand) – Ooty (Germany) 5: 7, 6: 4, 6: 4.

ITF Women (€ 44,820 grant):

Individual – Final:

Niemeyer (Germany) -Galvey (Hungary) 6: 4, 6: 2.

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