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Zverev & Khachanov made a good start in Halle Open 2019

Zverev & Khachanov made a good start in Halle Open 2019

2nd seed Alexander Zverev only needs 2 sets to defeat Robin Haase in the opening match of Halle Open 2019. Along with that, the third seed Karen Khachanov also defeated Miomir Kecmanovic with the score 7-6 (5) 6-4.

Before entering the competition in Halle Open 2019, Alexander Zverev and Robin Haase had met 5 times, the score was 3-2 against Alexander Zverev. By the sixth encounter, the German player continued to show superiority to Robin Haase. The match in Halle Open 2019 is fascinating from the first games. Alexander Zverev and Robin Haase are focused on the game of handball.

The turning point of the set came in the 5th game when Alexander Zverev accelerated. Zverev won the key break point before winning the match 6-4. The scenario in set 2 is much more dramatic than the previous set. Robin Haase had a break first in the second game, but Zverev demanded a break for the 5th game.

After that, Robin Haase surpassed the break point in game 6, never complaining that Alexander Zverev played more and more excitedly. In the end, Zverev got 2 more break points in the 9th game and the 11th game to lower the 7-5 score in this set.

After one hour 46 minutes, Alexander Zverev defeated Robin Haase in the opening round of Halle Open 2019 with the score 6-4 7-5. Alexander Zverev's opponent in the second round is Steve Johnson. The American player defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber after 2 sets with the same score 6-3.

Zverev & Khachanov made a good start in Halle Open 2019

 Karen Khachanov defeated Miomir Kecmanovic with the score 7-6 (5) 6-4

Elsewhere, No. 3 seed Karen Khachanov overcame 82 world class Miomir Kecmanovic after two intense sets. Set up the first match, Karen Khachanov and Miomir Kecmanovic are equal in 12 official game matches. Both must drag into the tie-break series to determine the winning and losing. Here, with the outstanding player Khachanov won 7-5.

In the second set, Karen Khachanov was still a better player in decisive situations and he won with a close score of 6-4. Karen Khachanov's opponent in Round 2 will be the winner of the match between Jan-Lennard Struff vs Laslo Djere.