Daniil Medvedev v Alexander Zverev Live Streaming, Prediction, Preview for Paris Masters 2021: Blockbuster Semi-Final At The Paris Masters

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In a repeat of the 2020 title match, defending champion Daniil Medvedev plays Olympic gold medalist Alexander Zverev in the semi-finals of the 2021 Paris Masters on Saturday, November 6. Get the live streaming options of this Daniil Medvedev v Alexander Zverev match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Daniil Medvedev v Alexander Zverev Head to Head

This will be the tenth meeting between both players. Zverev leads the head-to-head 5-4, but has lost the last three meetings, i.e. Bercy 2020, Tour Finals 2020, ATP Cup 2021.

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Medvedev Sets Sight On Bercy Repeat

World number two Daniil Medvedev has had a strong season already having led Russia to an ATP Cup win, being runner-up at the Aussie Open, and winning titles at Marseille, Mallorca and Toronto in addition. To top it all he was the US Open champion earlier this Fall.

Making his Laver Cup debut soon thereafter, the surface was well suited to the Russian as he defeated Denis Shapovalov convincingly and added  two valuable points on the board for Team Europe.

The Russian looked to be cruising through the Indian Wells draw but faced a shock loss in the fourth round against Grigor Dimitrov after being up a set and a break and losing momentum right thereafter.

Medvedev has returned to the tour this month with his eyes on the defense of his Paris and Tour Finals titles and looked in good touch despite a minor hiccup against Ilya Ivashka in the second round (after an opening round bye).

A tough contest followed against rising American Sebastian Korda, where the world number two had to come back from a set down to clinch a three-setter, and in the quarters, Medvedev had his hands full with Hugo Gaston and the French crowd but prevailed after a tight opening set.

Back in the semis now, the Russian will be setting his sights on back-to-back Bercy titles.

Zverev Keeps Rolling

The season got off to a good start for Alexander Zverev, winning titles at Acupulco and Madrid, as well as making the quarters at the Aussie Open and semis at the French.

While his Wimbledon run may have been less than optimal, things took a positive turn for him thereafter.

Zverev won the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, defeating Novak Djokovic en route and looked in ominous form winning the  Cincinnati Masters defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev in the latter stages.

After a successful Laver Cup, Zverev  returned to the circuit at Indian Wells and looked good for the title before losing out to Taylor Fritz in the quarter-finals after having been in a position of strength having had match points on his own serve.

The second seed German continued his strong run in Vienna last week, claiming the title after a somewhat slow start earlier in the week.

After a routine win against Dusan Lajovic in his opener here, Zverev was in a tight third round match against 2017 ATP Tour Finals winner Grigor Dimitrov, where the number four seed German prevailed in a decider.

A more routine 7-5, 6-4 win against Turin entrant Casper Ruud followed as Zverev wins eight matches in a row, and improves his record to 28-2 since Wimbledon.

Medvedev v Zverev Prediction and Tip

In what may well be the best match-up of the tournament, it is hard to pick a winner here. Both players have been in excellent form for large portions of the season and have unambiguously led the field after Novak Djokovic at the top.

It will be down to the better player on the day and who executes the key points better. A tight contest with the Russian prevailing in the decider.

Tip: Medvedev to win in three sets: 3/1 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 Paris Masters will be played from November 1 to 7. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

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