Last Updated on January 17, 2019
The fourth racket of the world, German tennis player Alexander Zverev, in the second round of the Australian Open was stronger than the Frenchman Jeremy Chardy, who occupies 36th place in the world ranking, – 7/6 (5), 6/4, 5/7, 6/7 (6) 6/1.
For 3 hours and 46 minutes of the match, Alexander made 29 aces and five breaks, making a mistake when serving 13 times. Whereas Jeremy, 14 times, filed through and implemented three break points, making three double faults.
Through personal meetings of opponents was 3: 1 in favor of the German. In the third round of the Australian Open, Zverev will play with Australian Alex Bolt.