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Thiem Zverev Live Tennis World Live VideoAlexander Zverev vs Dominic Thiem Full Match - US Open 2020 Final 9/13/ · LIVE: Thiem v Zverev – The men’s US Open final 13 Sep ; By Ricky Dimon; partager. Live text coverage of Day 14 at the US Open, featuring the men's singles final between No 2 seed Dominic Thiem and No 5 Alexander Zverev. En cours Pause. 60" Rafraichir. Dominic Thiem . 1/29/ · Two-time French Open finalist Dominic Thiem from Austria meets first time Grand Slam semi-finalist Alexander Zverev in the semis-finals of the Australian Open on Friday, January 31st. The match is to be scheduled soon and you can find the Dominic Thiem v Alexander Zverev live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips. 9/13/ · Fifth-set tiebreaker: Zverev Thiem. Zverev holds his opening service point, then goes up a quick minibreak with a backhand passing winner on Thiem’s serve for 2-love. Six games all, final-set tiebreak! A sweet, sweet forehand into the corner takes him to deuce and a third double fault hands Zverev another break Lottostar 24. Play is suspended for the roof to be closed Rückhand-Slice ins Netz zum Ergebnisse Lotto Thiem eröffnet mit Doppelfehler. Thiem wehrt zunächst ab. Hilft nur nichts.
Thiem battles through a deuce game for a critical hold that puts him back in front While the No 2 seed is obviously in more trouble in the overall match, scoreboard pressure is on Zverev in this set.
Zverev holds to He could have used that kind of game at , but he will obviously take it now. It's in the second. We are into the "business end" of the third and it will probably come down to which man can hold his nerve better than the other.
Thiem consolidates at love for a advantage. It's not much, but heck, any kind of "lead" for Thiem in this match should given him some semblance of confidence.
This is anyone's set right now, as both guys are going in and out of patches of good play and poor play. The finish line being in sight may not have been a good thing for Zverev.
He tightens up and gets broken. Thiem failed on his first three break chances in the game but capitalized on his fourth with a dipping backhand return at Zverev's feet.
The finish line is in sight for Zverev! Thiem's forehand goes completely off the boil, as errors left and right give his opponent the break.
Zverev takes a commanding , , lead. He is four service holds away from the title! Zverev holds easily for That game was a lot more convincing that his effort -- albeit a successful one -- at in the second.
Thiem holds for a lead in the third. He is starting to look more like himself now. The question is: is it too late? Zverev leads two sets to love!
The game started with a double-fault, but the year-old comes up clutch after that with his most important service hold of the day. Thiem produces the shot of the day to hold for It was an amazing forehand pass on the full stretch!
For the first time all day, there is pressure on Zverev. We will find out what he is made of in this upcoming service game Zverev makes an absolute mess of that service game and gets broken for the first time all day.
Thiem converted break point with a nice forehand volley winner, but for the most part that game was all about what Zverev did wrong--mainly the miss of an easy forehand volley at that would have ended the set.
Thiem saves two set points and holds for , but there was nothing encouraging about. Zverev will serving for a two-set lead, and you have to think he will do it--probably with ease.
Ho hum, another dominant service hold for Zverev. Thiem has absolutely no chance in his return games right now.
It's just about a two-set lead for Zverev, who breaks again for Thiem's shots are going all over the place -- except in the court! He needs a Naomi Osaka-like resurrection in order to win this final Zverev plays a few shaky points on serve, but a MPH second serve down propels him to a tough hold.
He survives two double-faults, thanks in part to Thiem struggling to put a return in the court. It's going all wrong for Thiem now.
He is looking like Zverev did in the first two sets against Carreno Busta on Friday. The No 5 seed breaks for thanks to a double-fault followed by a wild forehand off the Thiem racket.
Zverev is looking like John Isner out here! He holds in 45 seconds for What a serving display so far by the 6'6'' German!
Thiem delivers a very important service hold to begin the second, but it was not easy. He saved a break point at after hitting a forehand off the net cord during a long rally.
Still, the pressure is all on the world No 3 right now. Zverev donates his first double-fault at , but solid play the rest of the way gives him yet another easy service hold.
More importantly it gives him the set. Thiem played some extraordinary tennis to come back from a break down in each of the first two sets and claim both sets in tiebreakers.
Despite a Nadal comeback to claim the third, the Austrian kept his nerve in some tight moments to win the fourth in another tiebreak after both players exchanged breaks of serve during the set.
Thiem is looking at his first hard court major final, and plays familiar rival Zverev in the last four.
By the end of , he was the winner of three ATP Masters titles , and ended the year winning the Tour Finals in London and being ranked number three on the tour.
However, Zverev has gone from strength to strength here in Melbourne. Although he did not have the most convincing of starts, his form improved as the tournament progressed.
The young German went through his first four rounds without dropping a set and looked in fine form against evergreen Fernando Verdasco and in-form Next Gen Alexander Zverev.
A much anticipated quarter-final clash between him and Stan Wawrinka followed, where Zverev came back after losing the first set , to win the next three sets with some exemplary serving.
Zverev is in the semi-finals of a major for the first time and will be looking to make his first major final. Both players have fallen short in being consistent at the majors and will look to address that with a shot at the title in Melbourne on Sunday.
Thiem knows what it takes to get to grand slam finals and a showing similar to that against Nadal, should see him make his first Melbourne final.
Expect Thiem to prevail, with another strong performance in a tight four-setter and finally get one step closer to Grand Slam glory.
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