Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023 ATP Finals | Group Stage
When is Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev on and what time does it start? Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev will take place on Friday 17th November, 2023 – 19:30 (UK)
Where is Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev taking place? Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev will take place at Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy
What surface is Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev being played on? Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Zverev will take place on an indoor hard court
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World number five Andrey Rublev drew blood from his leg after more frustration with himself on court saw him crash out of the ATP Finals with a match to spare. The 26-year-old is yet to win a set after two convincing defeats to Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz but he will be desperate to avoid a whitewash here, with three wins over Alexander Zverev this season seeing him climb to 5-3 from a 5-0 deficit in their head-to-head. Rublev won his maiden Masters title at Monte-Carlo in April to set a new career milestone but he has yet to progress further than the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam, with New York in September his ninth last eight exit at a major.
World number seven Alexander Zverev lost to old rival Daniil Medvedev in straight sets on Wednesday to make this a must-win match if he is to make the semi-finals. The 26-year-old is a two-time ATP Finals champion, winning in 2018 and 2021, and he proved his ability in these conditions with an excellent comeback over Carlos Alcaraz on Monday. Zverev will qualify for the semi-finals if he wins this match and Medvedev beats Alcaraz but a lot of this match rests on what takes place in that earlier clash on Friday.
Alexander Zverev has lost both tiebreaks he has played this week, one each to Alcaraz and Medvedev, to suggest there is a vulnerability there that Andrey Rublev can exploit. Rublev will cut a sorry figure on court after once again being brought to bear his apparent ceiling at this level but three wins from three over the German this season will give him the confidence to make a go of this last match of his season. However, Zverev is a different beast indoors, particularly at this event, and he looks the solid choice to reach the last four with victory here despite that recent loss to Rublev in similar conditions in Vienna. Consider adding at least a tiebreak with one in each of Zverev’s matches so far as well as in two of his three matches against Rublev this year.
BETTING TIP: ALEXANDER ZVEREV TO WIN