In a stunning comeback, Alexander Zverev showcased his resilience and power to secure a victory in his ATP Finals campaign opener against Carlos Alcaraz. Overcoming a set deficit, Zverev dominated with a 6-7 (3/7), 6-3, 6-4 triumph, leveraging his formidable serve and strategic play on the hard court at Pala Alpitour. Alcaraz, still finding his rhythm after returning from injury, grappled with lower back and left foot issues, contributing to Zverev’s relentless display of skill. The German’s 16 aces and solid service game proved decisive, breaking Alcaraz just once while maintaining control of the match with a remarkable balance of winners and minimal unforced errors.
Germany Zverev kicked off his ATP Finals journey with a compelling victory over Alcaraz, showcasing his dominance on hard courts in Turin. Overcoming early setbacks, Zverev’s towering serves and strategic prowess allowed him to secure a crucial win against the world number two. Alcaraz, grappling with physical challenges, couldn’t match Zverev’s intensity, ultimately succumbing to the German’s powerful game. With this impressive start, Zverev takes the lead in the Red Group, setting the stage for what promises to be an exciting ATP Finals campaign in Turin.