Alexander Zverev vs Miomir Kecmanovic - 14/08/2019 Preview

The second round of an ATP 1000 tournament at Cincinnati, USA (hard). This will be a very exciting match as two of the youngest and very talented players will face off against each other here, at Cincinnati at the second round. To have more insights on this ATP Alexander Zverev vs Miomir Kecmanovic match, please check out the preview below.

 

Alexander Zverev

22 years old, currently 6th ranked German is one of the most promising young stars of the tournament. There are very high hopes for the guy in every tournament he plays at and Cincinnati is not any different. Zverev has already warmed up on hard, after the grass season ended, at Montreal. He’s managed to reach the quarter-final where he lost to K. Khachanov. Zverev is a career 62% win rate on the hard surface player. He is improving with every tournament he plays at. He has every ability to be a dominant player for years including his serve, reading the game, playing rallies, strong backhand and forehand, and good athleticism. Cincinnati has a faster hard than Montreal did and it might be good for the German.

 

Miomir Kecmanovic

19 years old Serbian, who is currently ranked 58th overall, has been having the best season of his career so far. Kecmanovic managed to win 20 out of 29 matches he’s played on a hard surface and has already debuted here, at Cincinnati. Serbian successfully passed the qualification after defeating the A. Hoang and F. Lopez in straight sets. He also had no problems against one of the favorites, F. Auger-Aliassime, by defeating him in straight sets as well. Kecmanovic is also a very young and promising player with great all-around gameplay. He also great at reading of the game, playing long rallies well, having a strong groundstroke and good playmaking abilities. It will be very interesting to see him playing against another young star as they have never played against each other before.

 

Alexander Zverev vs Miomir Kecmanovic H2H

These players have never played against each other before.

 

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