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Alexander Zverev vs Nicolas Jarry live stream: How to watch ATP Italian Open Final online

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Alexander Zverev vs Nicolas Jarry live stream: How to watch ATP Italian Open Final online

Published: 8:37, 18 May 2024

Alexander Zverev and Nicolas Jarry go head-to-head in the ATP Italian Open final on Sunday, scheduled to begin at 12:30pm (UK time).

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With the likes of Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev exiting early, the Italian Open field was blown wide open and as a result, here we have world No.5 Zverev taking on world No.24 Jarry.

Zverev has looked formidable in Rome so far, with his 2-1 comeback win over Alejandro Tabilo the only set he’s dropped in the entire tournament so far. His most impressive victory came in straight sets against American and world No.13 Taylor Fritz in the quarter-finals. Zverev has now won 27 of 36 matches overall in 2024, but the German is actually looking for his first ATP title since his 2021 triumphs in the Madrid and Cincinnati Opens.

Jarry is the very definition of a surprise package. At 28 years old, this is finally the first time the Chilean has even gone beyond the quarter-final of a major ATP Singles event, with his only titles to date coming in Challenger and Doubles tournaments. But Jarry has earned it, beating some big hitters such as Stefanos Tsitsipas and Tommy Paul to reach this stage. This run has made Jarry’s 2024 campaign so far look far better on paper, with 16 wins from 27 matches so far.

This will be the seventh head-to-head meeting between these two players, with Zverev holding a 4-2 advantage, including victories in his last two meetings with Jarry.

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