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Alexander Zverev vs Lloyd Harris: Prediction and Betting Tips
Alexander Zverev looks determined to improve on last year
Alexander Zverev is in impeccable form and that is translated in his current streak of wins. In fact, the German won all of his matches since losing in the round of 16 at Wimbledon. That is 15 wins extending back to the Olympic games to be precise.
Moreover, the Olympic Gold medalist won in Cincinnati making the total titles he won this year four. Notably, Zverev lost just one set in the US Open this year. The fourth seed looks determined to make up for his loss in the final last year.
In his last match against Jannick Sinner, Zverev showed some signs of concern, however. The 24-year-old looked very solid in the first two sets both on his serve and forehand. But he needs to deal with the 38 unforced errors he committed during his last match before the crucial stages of the tournament.
Zverev Key Stats
- Zverev lost his serve just twice in four matches at the US Open
- The German played on average 28.5 games per match
- 82% is the average points won by Zverev on his first serve
Can Lloyd Harris maintain his level against the best?
Lloyd Harris is having the best season of his career. The South African made it to his first-ever quarter-final in a Grand Slam by beating big-hitting Reilly Opelka. Astonishingly, the 24-year-old showed great composure to be able to break Opelka’s serve six times in the match.
Additionally, Harris hit 62 winners which is a huge number considering his average was around 35 before his last match. In any case, Harris can’t drop his level against a player of Zverev’s caliber. Moreover, his incredible 92% points won on his first serve against Opelka must be kept.
Harris Key Stats
- Harris played on average 35.25 games per match at the US Open
- The South African won 39% of his breakpoints
- 1.8 is the average number of times Harris lost his serve in four matches
Alexander Zverev vs Lloyd Harris Prediction
With the level of tennis Alexander Zverev is showing recently, it’s no surprise that he is the clear favorite. However, both players are having remarkable performances, especially on their serves.
Furthermore, Zverev has more weapons in his arsenal, particularly on his backhand side. The fourth seed used that effectively in his win against Sinner. On the other hand, Harris needs to take risks if his first serve percentage drops.
In conclusion, Harris might get more from Zverev than other players did in terms of the number of games. Hence we think over 34.5 games in the match is a very probable outcome. And odds of 1.72 at Vbet look very generous.
Alexander Zverev vs Lloyd Harris Betting Tips
Over 34.5 Games 1.72 at Vbet
Under 3.5 Sets 1.91 at Vbet
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