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Alexander Zverev vs Alex De Minaur live stream: How to watch ATP French Open online

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Alexander Zverev vs Alex De Minaur live stream: How to watch ATP French Open online

Published: 19:30, 4 June 2024

Alexander Zverev and Alex De Minaur go head-to-head in the ATP French Open on Wednesday, scheduled to begin at 7:15pm (UK time).


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We’ve reached the quarter-final stage of the French Open and with Novak Djokovic withdrawing through a knee injury, the field has been blown wide open.

After straight-sets wins over Spanish legend Rafael Nadal and Belgian veteran David Goffin, Alexander Zverev has had to battle past both Tallon Griekspoor and Holger Rune, coming from behind against each. However, that extends the German’s current winning run to 10 games in a row, during which time he’s won the Italian Open and climbed to fourth in the ATP rankings. Zverev boasts an incredible overall record of 32 wins from 41 matches overall in 2024 and is looking likely to finally end his wait for a Grand Slam title.

Up next, however, is another tough challenge in the form of Australia’s Alex De Minaur. Ranked 11th in the world himself, De Minaur knocked out world No.5 Daniil Medvedev to reach this stage, following wins over Alex Michelsen (3-0), Jaume Munar (3-0) and Jan-Lennard Struff (3-1). The 25-year-old has lost just 10 of his 39 matches overall this year, with only Stefanos Tsitsipas beating him in his last seven outings.

These two players have met nine times previously, with Zverev holding a dominant 7-2 record. However, De Minaur did pick up one of his two wins against Zverev in January.

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