Novak Djokovic v Alexander Zverev Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for ATP Finals 2021: Blockbuster Semis On The Cards

Novak Djokovic v Alexander Zverev Live Streaming & Predictions

World number one and five-time Tour Finals winner Novak Djokovic plays German star Alexander Zverev  in the semi-finals of the 2021 ATP Tour Finals in Turin on Saturday, November 20. Get the live streaming options of this Novak Djokovic v Alexander Zverev match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Novak Djokovic v Alexander Zverev Head to Head

The players have met ten times with Djokovic leading the head-to-head 7-3.  This year, they have already met on four occassions, with Djokovic prevailing at the ATP Cup, Aussie Open and the US open, where as Zverev prevailed in the Olympics and went on to win the gold.

They also met at the Tour Finals in London in 2018 with Zverev emerging victorious in the title round.

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Rested Djokovic Clinical All Week

World number one from Serbia, Novak Djokovic  arrived in Turin in search of a record equaling sixth ATP Tour Finals title that would tie him with Roger Federer.

It has been another phenomenal year for the Serb as he won the first three majors of the year and although he missed out on an Olympic gold and the US Open to top it up, he ended the year as the world number one for a record seventh time.

Coming off a break after being somewhat fatigued at the end of the US Open, Djokovic looked in clinical touch at the Paris Masters earlier this month, winning the title for the seventh time prevailing against Daniil Medvedev in the final.

The Serb seemed to have continued his form this week from Paris and although he had the easier of the groups, looked in silken touch firing on all cylinders with three routine straight set wins against Casper Ruud, Andrey Rublev and Cameron Norrie.

Djokovic will be well aware that facing the likes of Zverev and Medvedev this weekend will be a considerably tighter challenge, but one can expect the world number to put in everything needed for one last time this season to end the year on high and equal Roger Federer for the most number of Tour Final titles at six apiece.

Zverev With Sight On 2018 Repeat

It has been a promising season for 2018 ATP Tour Finals winner Alexander Zverev, who won Masters 1000 titles at Madrid and Cincinnati, ATP 500 titles at Acapulco and Vienna, and the Olympic Gold at the Tokyo Olympics.

Zverev has continued his good run through the hard court season winning being a semi-finalist at the US Open and the Paris Masters, and looked in good touch this week.

The German did well in his group, winning the first set against Matteo Berrettini before the Italian withdrew with an injury. He was a couple points away from winning a third set tiebreak against Daniil Medvedev before the Russian clinched the breaker, and then Zverev had a very convincing final group match win against Hubert Hurkacz.

Zverev knows the task is as uphill as can be with a semi-final against Djokovic, but will be ready for the challenge and look forward to giving it his best shot given his increasing familiarity with the Serb’s game this season.

Djokovic v Zverev Prediction and Tip

Both players are getting to know each other’s games pretty well and it is turning out to be a good rivalry. Djokovic has not really been tested this week yet, but this opponent will be very different. Expect a three-setter with the world number one prevailing.

Tip: Djokovic to win in three sets : 11/4  (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 ATP Tour Finals will be played from November 14 to 21. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

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