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Alexander Zverev vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch ATP French Open final online

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Alexander Zverev vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch ATP French Open final online

Published: 14:19, 8 June 2024

Alexander Zverev and Carlos Alcaraz go head-to-head in the ATP French Open final on Sunday, scheduled to begin at 2pm (UK time). 


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This is all set to be a mouth-watering final between the worlds No.4 and No.3.

27-year-old German Zverev has endured an incredibly tough run to what is, incredibly, just his second-ever Grand Slam final first since losing the 2020 US Open final, with his list of opponents reading like a who’s who of contenders of past and present: Rafael Nadal, David Goffin, Tallon Griekspoor, Holger Rune, Alex De Minaur and Casper Ruud. Nevertheless, Zverev has sent them all packing to extend his run in 2024 to 34 wins from 33 matches overall, including a current run of 12 in a row to see him lift the Italian Open and reach this final.

Zverev’s toughest test, however, is yet to come as he prepares to face the golden boy of tennis, Carlos Alcaraz. Still only 21 years old, Alcaraz already has Wimbledon and US Open titles to his name but is looking to improve on what has been a mixed bag in 2024. The Spaniard has won 24 of his 29 games overall this year, but exited the Australian Open in the quarter-final while the Indian Wells Open remains his only title during that time.

This has blossomed into an exciting rival between these two players, with Zverev holding a 7-4 advantage in the head-to-head stakes. Alcaraz came out on top most recently, however, beating Zverev in straight sets en route to his Indian Wells title.

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