Live ticker Alexander Zverev – Adrian Mannarino (Open Sud de France 2022, quarterfinals)


Zverev – Mannarino 6: 1, 1: 0

With a service game won to 15, the German successfully starts the second set.


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Alexander Zverev clearly wins the first set against Adrian Mannarino 6-1. The German made an optimal start to the match with two breaks and a solid service game, although the third in the world rankings had to fend off two break opportunities himself when the score was 1-0. The Frenchman continued to have major problems with his own serve and served a total of five double faults in the first set. The German took his opponent’s serve two more times to lead 4-0 and 6-1 and in turn was harmed by his own service. The first round clearly goes 6-1 to number three in the world.


Zverev – Mannarino 6: 1

Indicative of the course of the match so far, the German number 58 made another double mistake on the first set ball. The German wins the first round!


Zverev – Mannarino 5: 1

The Frenchman is still not in this match. At 15:30 he hits a double fault – Zverev has two break balls and therefore set balls!


Zverev – Mannarino 5: 1

Zverev continues to indemnify himself when he serves by winning his next service game to 15. At 40:15, Mannarino lets the German cross his second ball through a simple mistake with the forehand.

10:54 p.m

Zverev – Mannarino 4: 1

Mannarino brings his serve through for the first time on the third try, he wins his service game to 15 to 1:4.

10:53 p.m

Zverev 4-0 Mannarino

In his subsequent service game, the 24-year-old German scores the point with a backhand stop from Mannarino into the net at 40:15 – Zverev increases to 4:0!

10:50 p.m

Zverev 3-0 Mannarino

At 0:40, Zverev has three breakballs from the point of view of the serving Frenchman and uses the second to lead 3-0! The German is ahead early in the first round with a double break!

10:48 p.m

Zverev 2-0 Mannarino

After losing a point to 0:30 in the third game of the set, Mannarino throws his racquet on the floor in exasperation! The Frenchman seems very unhappy with his performance at this early stage of the match.


Zverev 2-0 Mannarino

For his part, the German can use his first game ball and make it 2-0.

10:45 p.m

Zverev 1-0 Mannarino

The German fends off his opponent’s first and, a little later, second break opportunity! With the advantage of the French, the number three in the world serves on the body – Mannarino does not get the felt ball returned cleanly.

10:43 p.m

Zverev 1-0 Mannarino

However, the German also has problems in his first service game – after a double fault by Zverev at the score of 30:30, Mannarino now has the chance to re-break!


Zverev 1-0 Mannarino

The third in the world rankings takes the serve from the French early on! At 30:40 Mannarino goes too long with a backhand cross from the baseline! The German creates a tailor-made start to this match.

10:39 p.m

Zverev 0-0 Mannarino

The German finds his way into the match very well and has his first two break points at 15:40 early!

10:38 p.m

Zverev 0-0 Mannarino

Here we go, the Frenchman serves in game one of the first set.


balance sheet against each other

The direct comparison of the two players clearly speaks for Alexander Zverev. The German won each of the previous six duels against each other. Most recently, the two players faced each other in the third round of the Australian Open last year – Alexander Zverev won the game in three sets.


The beginning is now near

The match between Mikael Ymer and Richard Gasquet has ended in favor of the Swede. The game between Alexander Zverev and Adrian Mannarino should start promptly on the Patrice Dominguez court.


Court still occupied

Alexander Zverev and Adrian Mannarino will have to wait a while before they are allowed on the Patrice Dominguez court. Because there the match between Mikael Ymer and Richard Gasquet continues, which now goes into a third set.


Mannarino’s way to the quarterfinals

At the start of the tournament in Montpellier, Adrian Mannarino faced the Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, whom the French defeated 6-2, 6-4. The left-handed player then got the better of Belgian David Goffin, eighth on the seed list, in round two with a score of 6:4 and 6:2.


Wins against Hurkacz and Karatsev

Adrian Mannarino also survived the first three rounds at the Australian Open. After the five-set win against James Duckworth at the start, the Frenchman threw out Hubert Hurkacz and Aslan Karatsev, two players who are well ahead of Adrian Mannarino in the world rankings. In the round of 16, the 33-year-old met Rafael Nadal – the later tournament winner won against the current number 58 in the world without losing a set.


Two-set win at the start

Shortly after the tournament in Melbourne, Alexander Zverev will contest his next competition by accepting the wildcard in Montpellier. After a bye in round one, the top seeded German, who won the title in Montpellier in 2017, met American Mackenzie McDonald in the round of 16. The number three in the world prevailed 6: 2, 7: 6 (7: 5).


Disappointing Australian Open

At the latest when Novak Djokovic’s non-participation in the Australian Open was certain, Alexander Zverev was counted among the closest circle of possible title candidates in Melbourne. The third in the world rankings lived up to his role as favorites in the first three rounds and survived them without losing a set. A clear three-set defeat against the Canadian Denis Shapovalov then abruptly and surprisingly ended the Grand Slam tournament for the German in the round of 16.


Quarterfinals in Montpellier

Happy Friday evening and a warm welcome to the quarterfinals of the ATP 250 tournament in Montpellier. Alexander Zverev will face Adrian Mannarino in the last eight. The game will take place on the Patrice Dominguez court after the duel between Mikael Ymer and Richard Gasquet, which is currently in the second set.


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