Nach dem Final-Drama von Alexander Zverev bei den US Open zollen Sportgrößen dem Deutschen wie auch Dominic Thiem Respekt. Head to head records for players in men's professional tennis. View rivalry results and stats for matches on the ATP Tour. Deutschland. A. Zverev. Alexander Zverev. 0. 4. 2. 1. Beendet. Mutua Madrilena Madrid Open - Finale. Sonntag, Dominic Thiem. Alexander Zverev. <
ATP Finals in London: Thiem vs. Zverev im Free-TV und LivestreamDominic Thiem ist jetzt Grand-Slam-Champion. Um es mit Zverev gerift an, Thiem ins Aus. Thiem 4: Roland Garros @RafaelNadal vs Djokovic. Alexander Zverev hat sein erstes Grand-Slam-Finale gegen Dominic Thiem in einem unglaublich dramatischen Match in fünf Alexander Zverev trifft heute im Finale auf Kumpel Dominic Thiem. US-Open-Finale, Zverev vs. Was Zverev nun beweisen muss. Zverev vs. Thiem, US Open: Kommentar zum Finale und Boris-Becker-Vergleich. SPORT1-Redakteur.
Zverev Vs Thiem H2H Results For Thiem Zverev: VideoAlexander Zverev vs Dominic Thiem - US Open 2020 Final Delta Bingo Dundas dem Satzausgleich Ballons AbschieГџen schnell ein zweites Mal Geduld gefordert, ein Teil des Lichts war ausgefallen. Beim ersten riskiert der Deutsche viel beim Zweiten - Doppelfehler. Der an 5 gesetzte Deutsche verbrachte mehr Zeit auf dem Platz, kam einzig im Achtelfinale gegen Alejandro Davidovich Fokina ganz glatt in anderthalb Stunden durch.
It's a comfortable hold to love. T he standard really has been poor during this third set. Gruelling baseline rallies have been in short supply and both men have struggled with their first serves at various points across the evening.
Zverev opens the door for Thiem, handing the Austrian two set points. He loops a forehand into the tramlines and hands the second seed the set.
Poor, very poor. S loppy play from Thiem to allow Zverev back at all with a loose forehand into the tramlines. The Austrian goes for broke on the next point, the ball is called out, Thiem challenges and the ball did clip the line with the smallest of margins.
Thiem falters first during a belting rally at with a limp backhand into the middle. The Austrian opts to shorten the rally on the next point. It pays dividends.
It's another crucial hold. G reat serving from Zverev now. A mph belter flies down the T on his way to two game points at Thiem is gifted a free point when Zverev sends down a double, and then Thiem senses a moment at deuce when he sends a magnificent backhand winner past Zverev.
With the clock passing the two hour mark, Zverev forces an error from Thiem's forehand wing to draw level again this set. T hiem digs deep at down to pull out a big groundstroke winner.
He guards the baseline well during the next rally to draw level and then slams home a forehand winner for a third straight point. After being taken to deuce, he gets over the line.
He's looking steely and determined once again. N icely done from Zverev as he gets down low to pat a drop shot over and out of Thiem's reach.
It's a comfortable hold for the fifth seed. That will help calm any nerves as we get closer to the business end of this set. T hat break has done the world of good to Thiem and lifted his shoulders.
A few first serves are timely too. He holds to love. This set is too tough to call. T hiem isn't getting agitated or vocal out there, just looks like he wants to be anywhere but this empty arena with the world's tennis fans looking on open-mouthed by what is going on out there.
While Zverev has shown flashes of his brilliance, the fifth seed is doing a most remarkable job of concentrating on his own game and not letting Thiem's inconsistency affect him.
But wait, Zverev now having a dip, handing Thiem a break point. Thiem squanders the chance, pulling a forehand wide. No worries, he has another chance.
This time he looks to have made it but his return is long. He keeps knocking at the door. Sets up a third and then fourth break point.
He finally makes it when Zverev plops a reply into the tramlines. T hiem throwing in another sloppy service game again to hand Zverev a mini-break at before getting on the board.
He's blowing hard with every service point, frantically trying to get himself out of this rut. He's shown glimpses of his best in the last couple of services games, but he's returned to the Thiem of the first set.
Two break points again for Zverev. He can't make the first and finally, Thiem delivers a big first serve to deny the big man at the second attempt.
Thiem wants the Stadium to swallow him up now as he slaps a regulation volley into the net. You really feel for him out there.
He just hasn't been able to show up. Zverev has the break. Ouch, that's going to hurt. T hiem isn't respecting social distance rules much as he stands side-by-side with a lineswoman.
It's giving Zverev enough space to engineer enough space to dictate the points. It's a comfortable hold. N o man in a US Open final in the Open era has ever come back from two sets down to win, but Thiem is starting to show signs of getting his game into gear.
It's a great response from losing the second set. He holds to 30 after going on the front foot and coming into the net to force Zverev to make the lob.
He knows he has to change things up if he is to have any chance of creating a piece of history tonight. G ood play from both men now, finally, in a baseline-duel filled with heavy groundstrokes.
It ends in Zverev's favour as he edges to a lead. He then makes it and set point No 5 when this time he makes a comfortable volley.
That will give him confidence. He takes it by stepping in and punching a backhand volley down the line.
T hiem with a spring in his step now after that reprieve with Zverev still replaying that missed volley in his head no doubt.
The second seed races to three game points. It's the first time he's had such clear water on his serve. And what a point from Thiem to hold to love.
He makes a great pick up and floats a delightful winner past Zverev at the net. A comeback on the cards?? H ow's Zverev's nerves now then, trying to close out the second set?
But the German keeps his cool to turn the game in his favour but inexplicably at set point No 4 he pushes a regulation volley into the tramlines. He goes again at deuce, only to send down a double, a booming second serve just missing the line.
But wait, wait. Thiem finally has a look at a break point. He suddenly has energy in his legs and he breaks for the first time in the final.
T hiem not even making it hard work for Zverev now as a few more free points take the German to set point.
This time Thiem ventures to the net and forces Zverev to go wide. But two points later, another error from Thiem and it's set point No 2.
Zverev is calmness personified as the next one passes by, but he unleashes a quite brilliant service return to set up set point No 3. Now that was tasty.
Zverev swings at the next service return, and now finally Thiem has a game point and a chance to get another game on the board.
Zverev will indeed have to serve for the set. Z verev still keeping his head and composure as he rattles through another service game, but surely he has to wonder why Thiem's so off this evening.
A comfortable hold and Thiem can't get a breather right now. T hiem looks around at the empty seats on Arthur Ashe Stadium, the scoreboard again ticking along in Zverev's favour.
Two more break points and this is quite astounding how poorly Thiem is playing this evening - and to be fair how well Zverev is playing.
Two break points saved, but another unforced error hands Zverev a third bite at the cherry. And this time he makes it count. B ack-to-back sloppy points from Zverev allows Thiem to edge to for the first time off the German's serve.
The fifth seed shakes himself from his nap, draws level and then allows Thiem back in at deuce with a double fault. It's the first blip he's had this final.
Zverev digs in to stutter over the line this game, much to Thiem's frustration. That could have been a chance missed this set.
W hile the error count continues to mount for Thiem, Zverev is keeping his head, staying focus and executing his shots. The German lets rip at all with an outstanding forehand winner on the run which lands flush on the baseline.
It hands him another break opportunity. They really are coming thick an fast. Thiem over-eggs a forehand and this match is running away from the second seed.
A blink and you miss it kind of service game for Zverev who holds to love. In a flash, the pressure is back on Thiem. He doesn't seem to be suffering with injury, but it could be playing on his mind and an explanation for his below par start.
That and the fact he headed into this final as the slight favourite, not something he has been accustomed to in previous major finales.
The errors keep coming as Zverev has a look at an early break at the start of the second. Another first serve goes begging.
He opts for a kicked second serve and, with some deep hitting, denies Zverev of the break. Thiem isn't making life easy for himself, but battles on to hold.
Z verev has benefitted from stepping in and mopping up at the net. He's seven from seven now as he storms to a lead before he gets in two minds over a second serve and throws in his first double of the final.
Thiem levels at all with a pass but it's plain sailing for Zverev. He takes the first set after just 30 minutes. That's only the second set Thiem has dropped this fortnight.
He took a medical timeout before it was his turn to serve for the championship. However, like Zverev moments earlier, Thiem failed to clinch the match and it went to a tie-break.
Zverev double-faulted twice in the deciding tie-break and Thiem blew two championship points as the tennis world wondered if either guy actually knew how to win.
Finally though, Thiem collapsed over the finish line, beating out Zverev to his first slam victory.
Dominic Thiem is laughing out loud in his chair. He could barely walk at the end, looked completely out of it and yet survived.
Zverev double faulted twice in the tiebreak and, frankly, bottled it. You have to try really hard to choke harder than what Zverev just did at the US Open.
Up 2 sets to love. Blows that. Serving for the match in the 5th. Watching Zverev try and serve out the title pic. Amazing comeback by Thiem. No longer the best player ever without a major.
Continuing where he left in the first, Zverev stormed over Thiem in the opening six games of the second set to forge a advantage.
The Austrian sprayed a forehand error in the third game to fall behind and faced three set points at , digging deep to get out of jail and prolong the set.
Finding his shots, Thiem fended off another on the return to pull one break back and reduce the deficit to after a hold at love.
With no room for errors, Alexander grabbed the second set with a hold in game ten, taking a massive two sets to love lead after 80 minutes!
Zverev broke in the third game of the third set when Thiem landed a forehand beyond the baseline, suffering a break a few minutes later to keep the rival on the positive side of the scoreboard.
At , Dominic brought the game home after deuce and made one of the pivotal moves, stealing Alexander's serve at 15 when the German sent a forehand wide to clinch the set and prolong the encounter.
Carried by this momentum, Thiem had a clear upper hand on the court in set number four, dropping two points behind the initial shot and creating two break chances at Zverev saved them and stayed in touch, netting a forehand in game eight to fall behind and allowing Thiem to secure the set and force a decider.Highlights: Zverev vs. Thiem, Final. William Hill lists Thiem as a favorite (risk $ to win $) in the latest Thiem vs. Zverev odds, with Zverev listed at + (risk $ to win $). You can also pick whether Thiem will. Alexander Zverev takes on Dominic Thiem in the final of the US Open Don't miss a moment of the US Open! Subscribe now! bayareacyberrays.com Zverev came out firing in the US Open final; taking a lead in the decider with Thiem, in his fourth slam final, looking completely out of sorts. With the match and the tournament within reach, the year-old, in some ways predictably faltered to allow Thiem to come all the way back and win. Distressed Zverev breaks down Beijing R32, Hard, Zverev def. Thiem , , Zverev earned his first win against Thiem in their first hard-court clash, rallying from a set down to do it. Thiem appeared poised to extend his lead in their series to , but Zverev won the final four games to earn his fourth Top 10 victory of