Last Updated on May 1, 2019
The third racket of the world, German Alexander Zverev, defeated Argentinean Juan Ignacio Londero, who occupies the 80th line of the ATP rating, with a score of 7/5, 6/1 in the second round of the Munich tournament.
Tennis players spent on the court 1 hour 4 minutes. During this time, the 22-year-old Zverev completed six aces, made a mistake four times in filing and sold five break points, and the 25-year-old Londero once filed right through, made three double mistakes and made two breaks.
This was the first official meeting of athletes. In the quarterfinals of the BMW Open competition, Zverev will cross the rackets with Chilean Christian Garin.
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