Alexander Zverev vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas US Open 2021 live stream- preview, head to head record, all you need to know – Olympic gold medallist Alexander Zverev will look to kick on from his achievement in Tokyo as he aims for a maiden Gand Slam title at the US Open 2021. The German ace will take on Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the second round with the clash set to kick off at 10:45 PM IST on Thursday, September 2.
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Alexander Zverev is in red hot form coming into the US Open 2021, having won 11 games on the trot so far. The German won the Tokyo Olympics gold and added a Cincinnati Masters title to his name last month. A finalist in 2020, Zverev will be aiming to do one better this time and claim what will be his maiden Grand Slam title. He started his campaign with a comfortable 6-4, 7-5, 6-2 first-round win over Sam Querry.
Ramos-Vinolas survived some tense moments on Tuesday to record a thrilling 6-1, 5-7, 5-7, 7-5, 6-4 win over former World No. 10 Lucas Pouille. The 48th-ranked Spaniard hasn’t been able to cross the round of 16, with only one quarter-final appearance in his last 12 tournaments.
US Open 2021 LIVE: Alexander Zverev vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Alexander Zverev and Albert Ramos-Vinolas have never met on the ATP tour. But the two did lock horns in an ITF Futures event in Barranquilla back in 2014, where Ramos-Vinolas ran out a 6-1, 6-0 winner.
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Alexander Zverev vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas US Open 2021 live stream- preview, head to head record, all you need to know
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