Australian Open 2022: Zverev, Sakkari and Badosa all knocked out on busy Day 7

Denis Shapovalov of Canada shakes hands with Alexander Zverev of Germany after winning match point in his fourth round singles match during day seven...

Adelaide champion Madison Keys booked her place in an eighth Grand Slam quarter-final with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Sydney titlist Paula Badosa to kick off a busy day of action where multiple seeds fell, including Maria Sakkari [5] and a worryingly off-colour Alexander Zverev [3].
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Tokyo Olympics: Alexander Zverev cruises past Karen Khachanov, clinching gold medal

Silver medalist Karen Khachanov of ROC, gold medalist Alexander Zverev of Germany, and bronze medalist Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain at an award...

Best career title so far? Certainly. Alexander Zverev dropped just four games and held his nerve under pressure before ultimately making German Olympic history over the weekend: blasting past Russia’s Karen Khachanov to clinch gold with a 6-3, 6-1 victory in this year’s Tokyo final.
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Tokyo Olympics: Zverev recovers to storm past Djokovic, seals Final berth

Alexander Zverev of Team Germany celebrates victory after his Men's Singles Semifinal match against Novak Djokovic of Team Serbia on day seven of the...

He was a set and a break down, looking downbeat and furious with himself as a competitive affair was slipping out of his grasp with poor execution. Then, Alexander Zverev stepped up his level, like we know he can, winning eight consecutive games before eventually knocking out world number one Novak Djokovic 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 in their Olympic semi-final matchup on Friday. Continue reading

French Open 2020: Tsitsipas will play Djokovic in Friday’s semis as both progress

French Open 2020: Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Andrey Rublev to achieve  semi-finals - NewsKing

Ten days after losing to him in their Hamburg final on the eve of this year’s rescheduled Roland Garros tournament, world number six Stefanos Tsitsipas made relative light work of Andrey Rublev to reach the second Grand Slam semi-final of his career. He’ll play world no. 1 Novak Djokovic on Friday, who recovered from a set down to beat Pablo Carreno Busta on Wednesday. Continue reading