The other day at the final tennis tournament in London there were no big surprises. On the first account, Aleksander Zverev with 7: 6 (5), 7: 6 (1) fired Croats Marina Čilić. Evening meeting of Novak Djokovic and John Isner, who first took part in the final tournament, was assigned to Serbs 6: 4 and 6: 3.
The evening duel was played by Novak Djokovic and John Isner. The Serbian tennis star got the eighth bribe, and Isner stays with two victories.
At the final tournament, Djokovic has won the last victory five times, and this time he started firmly. Srb is in the first set of Americans
Once he pulled out a service game and got the first set of 6: 4. In the second set, Djokovic had three final balls for Isner's service, he used the third.
The first holder of the final competition justified the role of a favorite and hard-hitting American player who defeated Spaniard Raphael Nadal, reliably decimated after an hour and 14 minutes on the second Monday. The Serb made only six unreliable mistakes, while the Americans did 26 of them.
The first victory of the Beast
The first in the magnificent O2 hall were taken by Aleksander Zverev and Marin Čilić. For the player, this was the seventh mutual fight, and the young German achieved the sixth victory in the match against Croatia (6: 1).
The German tennis player did not open a meeting against Cilic, who was already leading 5-2 in the first set, but Zverev managed to expand the game he won with 7: 5. In the second set, both tennis players once lost the match, Zverev managed to win the first last ball with 5: 4, but Cilic with a great service stayed on the match. In extra time, the German used the first of five finals and celebrated his first win in the final tournament.
What happens to Roger Federer?
Roger Federer entered the mine
Alekander Zverev (Nem) 1 win – 0 losses
Novak Djokovic (Srb) 1 win – 0 losses
John Isner (USA) 0 win – 1 loss
Marin Cilic (Hrv) 0 win – 1 loss
Kevin Anderson (Jar) 1 win – 0 losses
Kei Nisikori (Jap) 1 win – 0 losses
Roger Federer (All) 0 win – 1 loss
Dominic Thiem (Avt) 0 win – 1 loss
Players are initially divided into two groups of four players. Each group plays each of them, which means that each player has at least three duelings. The semifinals include the best two from each group. Semifinals winners then play big finals. Players play in two sets.