Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev – Round of 16 – Preview & Prediction | 2023 French Open
When is Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev on and what time does it start? Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev will take place on Monday 5th June, 2023 – not before 19:15 (UK)
Where is Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev taking place? Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev will take place at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France
What surface is Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev being played on? Grigor Dimitrov vs Alexander Zverev will take place on an outdoor clay court
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Former world number two Alexander Zverev is playing himself back into form at Roland-Garros, where he suffered a season-ending injury in the semi-finals last summer against eventual champion Rafael Nadal. The 26-year-old came back from a set down to out-last 12th seed Frances Tiafoe on Saturday in a confident, clever performance against the crowds’ wishes and he looks the solid favourite to reach the quarter-finals here with a 3-1 head-to-head record over Grigor Dimitrov. Former world number three Dimitrov is playing some of his best, most consistent tennis in recent years right now to make the round of 16 without dropping a set. The 32-year-old finished runner-up at the Geneva Open two weeks ago to Nicolas Jarry, who beat Zverev in the semi-finals, in his first final on tour since 2018 to bring some confidence into Paris but this is a serious step-up in quality after beating an exhausted Daniel Altmaier on Saturday. Three of their four encounters have gone to a decider, so back Zverev to earn at least two sets and leave the victor up to chance.