NEW YORK – Alexander Zverev has reached the US Open quarter-finals and is still three wins away from his big dream.
With a 6:4, 6:4, 7:6 (9:7) win against Italy’s Jannik Sinner, the Olympic champion reached the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam for the seventh time and continues to define it significantly. in his vision.
Zverev now against Opelka or Harris
Last year’s finalist now meets American giants Riley Opelka or South African Lloyd Harris and could go on to be the second pro after 2012’s Andy Murray, who won Olympic gold and the title in New York that same year.
Later on Monday evening, Cologne qualifier Oscar Otti had the opportunity to follow Zverev into the quarter-finals in another German-Italian duel against Wimbledon champion Matteo Berrettini. Munich’s Petr Jojovic, like Angelique Kerber, failed in the last 16 the day before.
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