German No. 1 Alexander Zverev will play the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov in the third round of the 2021 Paris Masters on Thursday, November 4. Get the live streaming options of this Grigor Dimitrov v Alexander Zverev match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Alexander Zverev v Grigor Dimitrov Head to Head
Zverev leads Dimitrov 2-1, last beating him in the 2016 Rome Masters.
Zverev Dispatches Lajovic with Ease
Alexander Zverev kick-started his Paris Masters campaign with a 6-3, 7-6(5) win over Dusan Lajovic in an hour and 40 minutes. The fourth-seeded German won 80 percent of the points behind his first serve and struck 26 winners in the process.
A runner-up here last season, Zverev will look to go the distance this time around but may himself battling the likes of Daniil Medvedev and Novak Djokovic en route to the trophy.
Looking at this overall form this season, the World No. 4 arrived in Paris with an impressive record of 52-13, stretched across four singles titles and an Olympic Gold in Tokyo. Zverev’s biggest wins include the Cincinnati Masters and Madrid Masters while most recently, he won the Vienna Open. Among other things, he was also a semifinalist in the French Open and US Open.
Clearly, the 24-year-old has had an astonishing season and shows no signs of slowing down.
Dimitrov, Seeking Reprieve
Grigor Dimitrov hasn’t had that great of a year, evident by his win-loss tally of 22-17. It’s been rather mediocre (owing to his trysts with injuries) but of late, he has been making amends to improve his form.
In Paris, he has already played a couple of three-setters against the likes of Richard Gasquet and Karen Khachanov to reach the third round. Some may argue that it was Khachanov’s high unforced errors count (31 to 17) in round two that proved to be a blessing for the Bulgarian as he posted yet another positive result.
The World No. 30 arrived in Paris following a first-round exit in the Vienna Open, but that run was preceded by consecutive semifinal appearances in the Indian Wells Masters and San Diego Open. Those results, however, were his best ones since reaching the quarterfinal in the Australian Open and ATP Acapulco.
The last time Dimitrov was in Paris, he reached the semifinals.
Zverev v Dimitrov Prediction and Tip
Zverev will start as the odds-on favourite but Dimitrov, as a former top 10 player, is more than capable of upsetting the order and delivering the big win. He is looking fitter with every game he plays and will be cautiously optimistic about his chances here.
Expect a good game of tennis and if there was a time to back an underdog, this match would be as good as any.