Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023 ATP Finals | Group Stage
When is Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev on and what time does it start? Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev will take place on Wednesday 15th November, 2023 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev taking place? Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev will take place at Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy
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World number three Daniil Medvedev got his ATP Finals campaign underway with an assured victory over friend and compatriot Andrey Rublev on Monday, saving seven break points despite struggling a little with his first serve to suggest he is in the mood to compete this week. The 27-year-old lost all three of his matches in Turin, each in three sets, this time last year but 2023 has seen him bounce back with a vengeance to pick up five ATP titles and reach a total of nine finals including a runners-up place to Novak Djokovic at the US Open. Medvedev won the US Open, his only Grand Slam title to date, at Djokovic’s expense in 2021, one year on from claiming his maiden ATP Finals title in London.
World number seven Alexander Zverev came back from a set down to stun an out-of-sorts Carlos Alcaraz on Monday, proving his ability in these conditions to anyone who doubted. The 26-year-old won his second ATP Finals title in Turin’s first year two years ago, amidst a stellar season that saw six ATP titles overall, but he has spent much of the past two years coming back from a horror injury suffered at Roland-Garros last summer, Victories at the Hamburg 500 and Chengdu Open in the second-half of this season were part of his strong journey back to the top 10 but the former number two faces a much steeper struggle back to his previous ranking.
This is a modern bitter rivalry between two players with little love for each other. Daniil Medvedev leads their head-to-head 10-7 after winning four of their five encounters this season, including in the semi-finals of the Beijing Open last month, but Zverev has earned at least a set in five of their last seven matches and he beat the Russian in straight sets to lift the ATP Finals trophy here two years ago. Medvedev had beaten the German in the group stages of that edition, though, and he has won nine of their past 11 meetings to look the likelier of two very capable victors here. Three sets seem likelier than two, so back Medvedev to win at least one of them to leave the victor up to chance. Tiebreaks should be likely in a match-up between two big-servers but there have been fewer than you would think between the two – consider adding at least one outside of an accumulator.
BETTING TIP: DANIIL MEDVEDEV TO WIN A SET