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Head to Head Statistik Spiele von R. Federer und A. Zverev Tennis Turniere, R. Federer vs A. Zverev Tennis Head to Head Statistik und live Ergebnisse. #Title Not Set#. Show Head 2 Head Detail. VS. 0. 0% Wins. Rank. Mischa Zverev. VS. 6. % Wins. Rank. 3. Roger Federer. Juni Am Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart startet Roger Federer nach einem Freilos in den Achtelfinals. Gegner ist Mischa Zverev (ATP 54).

He held on to his serve despite pressure from the Croatian and sealed the opening set with an ace. But it was Cilic who broke early in the second and the Croatian was as strong on his serve in the second as Zverev had been in the first.

With the match level at one-set apiece the start of the decider looked to be critical. But from down the winners started to flow again and Zverev was unstoppable.

He reeled off five of the next six games to stun Cilic and pick up his first win at the World Tour Finals Both Federer and Zverev are at their best when playing attacking tennis.

However, their style is none the less rather different. Though he is neither as good at the net as Pete Sampras or John McEnroe nor as good from the baseline as Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic his ability to play from both is what has made him so successful.

But he is at his best when dictating from the baseline. He is not unlike Tomas Berdych in that he can hit powerfully from both the backhand and forehand.

He is also a better server than the Czech, with his second serve being a particular strength. A key battle will likely be between the backhands.

It will need to be to contend with the power Zverev is able to generate with his two-hander. He will have to brave that firepower again but will be hoping for a different result under the lights at the O2.

Earlier in the season Zverev may well have won this match. But the ATP Tour makes for a long and draining season and Zverev seems to have been feeling the effects of it over the past few weeks.

Federer, however, manages his schedule tightly and is reaping the rewards of skipping the clay court season now.

His comparative freshness should carry him across the line against Zverev in three set. Who do you think will win the match? Let us know in the comments below!

Want to share your opinion? Why not Write For Us? Jim is RealSport's tennis editor and a Warwick University history graduate. Alongside watching tennis, he is also a diehard Tottenham Hotspur fan, and also supports the Dallas Mavericks and the Carolina Panthers.

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History Federer and Zverev have met four times on Tour so far in what is a burgeoning rivalry. Federer is slightly incredulous at his own performance at the moment, muttering to himself after missing a slice backhand.

Zverev still isn't making many first serves but when he does, he's at 85 per cent. At last, Federer lands the drop shot for a winner and when Zverev whacks a return long he has a lead.

But Federer does the same and then brings Zverev to the net before trying to lob him, with no success, to bring up break point, but a big serve from Federer hits the service line.

The second serve at deuce goes to the body and Zverev can only hit the net before Federer plays a sensational backhand slice volley to win the game.

Zverev missed six of his first 10 serves - he's now made seven of the next 10 and it's making a big difference to his ability to hold has been transformed by it.

Those short, sharp service games of the first set are back. Quite taxing on the fingers for the old live-blogger. Federer's first serve percentage in this set is under 50 but he's managed to level up this set with a hold to A double-fault to start the game sees Zverev smack his racket in disgust but Federer gives it all back and the game closes out with a Federer drop shot into the net.

That is some really poor games of tennis from the world No 2. That's very loose from Federer. Two double-faults in a row makes it and a forehand into the net gives him break point.

Zverev comfortably runs down a poor drop shot but gives Federer too much of a chance to pass him with a backhand and he does.

At deuce, Federer plays another drop shot and this time Zverev makes no mistake to force a second break point But another mis-hit from Federer gives Zverev a sixth break point opportunity of the match, and after a look at a second serve Federer comes in but Zverev passes him!

A huge roar from the German and this set is back on! Zverev gets on the board at last but he needs to get his first serve percentage back.

He's made just four out of 10 at the beginning of second set. Federer has put his foot down and all of a sudden he has three break points after a Zverev double-fault, of which he only needs two to put himself firmly in the driving seat.

Zverev takes an early lead thanks to an error on each wing from Federer and an ace that clips the smallest part of the line possible.

A big Roger serve gets him on the board and a fierce exchange of groundstrokes sees Zverev find the net first.

Federer gets parity back after the change and holds his two points to make it five on the spin A forehand from Federer after getting into a Zverev service point goes wide to bring up the first set point but it's into the net.

There is a definite grumpiness to Roger with his own performance at the moment but he will be perked up by a net cord that Zverev runs down but eventually gives Federer a sniff at He is inches away from a set point with a backhand down the line but he does force deuce with a special one across the court.

No idea where that angle came from. Zverev then pings a backhand long to give Roger set point…but they trade backhands and this time the youngster is the winner.

At deuce, a simply stunning rally sees Zverev somehow keep the point alive with Federer at the net sending him one and another. The ball clips the line but Zverev though it was in, celebrating as though it was!

He challenges unsuccessfully and then saves the resulting set point with a stone-dead net cord. Federer is quickly up but then fails to pick up a delicate half-volley before getting out-rallied by Zverev to make it Zverev is in control of the next rally though, before losing patience and netting an ambitious drop shot.

Zverev gets caught betwixt and between the service line and baseline in the opening point but then frustrates the heck of Federer with three unreturnable serves.

Serve-and-volley central for Roger, who pulls the tactic twice before relying on two big first serves to complete the love hold. Federer almost follows suit with a love hold of his own but takes a ball low on the volley six feet inside the baseline and flies it long.

But the next serve is right on the money and Zverev can only loop it miles long. Now we're starting to find some range!

Zverev wins the longest rally of the match with a backhand that just SOUNDS different from his others, so clean is the strike.

Federer then skips round a ball to play his signature forehand - only the flay it wide but he hits a classic ace out wide to the ad court to make it Some superb movement from Federer then keeps him in a high-powered rally and he gives it the first "come on" when Zverev goes long, which he does again next point to secure the hold.

Federer holds to love in emphatic style, sealing things with an ace. Jack Sock failed to create a single break point opportunity on Sunday and you wonder if Zverev will regret missing out on three in the opening game.

Zverev finds himself in a spot of bother after double-faulting his very first serves but recovers from thanks to a mph unreturned serve and a generous piece of net tape carrying a Federer pass long.

But at he racks up yet another unforced error, too many already really and he soon faces his first break point of the match…which he saves with his first ace.

Another one, this time at mph gives him game point and Federer can only chip the last first serve mph back for an easy smash.

Zverev marks the first card with a forehand winner before an uncharacteristic netted volley from Federer, followed by a forehand into the same part of the net.

Three break points, the first of which is saved by an ace down the middle and the second when Zverev creams a second serve into the net.

Another excellent serve down the T gets him to deuce and two points later, Federer is out of jail. Anyone who thinks Nadal and Federer are equally popular in London wasn't here last night and tonight.

The Swiss sends the crowd mental by simply walking out.

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Guter Beginn von Roger Federer in den 3. Aus sportaktuell vom Roger Federer kommt nach einer schwierigen Phase wieder besser ins Spiel und führt nun mit 3: Einblenden Ausblenden Navigation aufklappen Navigation zuklappen. Der Schiedsrichter nimmt es mit einem Lachen. Das bringt auch nichts. Mit diesem Ass holt sich Zverev auch sein zweites Aufschlagspiel.

But he began impressively against Cilic, breaking with a deft volley in the first game of the match. He held on to his serve despite pressure from the Croatian and sealed the opening set with an ace.

But it was Cilic who broke early in the second and the Croatian was as strong on his serve in the second as Zverev had been in the first.

With the match level at one-set apiece the start of the decider looked to be critical. But from down the winners started to flow again and Zverev was unstoppable.

He reeled off five of the next six games to stun Cilic and pick up his first win at the World Tour Finals Both Federer and Zverev are at their best when playing attacking tennis.

However, their style is none the less rather different. Though he is neither as good at the net as Pete Sampras or John McEnroe nor as good from the baseline as Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic his ability to play from both is what has made him so successful.

But he is at his best when dictating from the baseline. He is not unlike Tomas Berdych in that he can hit powerfully from both the backhand and forehand.

He is also a better server than the Czech, with his second serve being a particular strength. A key battle will likely be between the backhands.

It will need to be to contend with the power Zverev is able to generate with his two-hander. He will have to brave that firepower again but will be hoping for a different result under the lights at the O2.

Earlier in the season Zverev may well have won this match. But the ATP Tour makes for a long and draining season and Zverev seems to have been feeling the effects of it over the past few weeks.

Federer, however, manages his schedule tightly and is reaping the rewards of skipping the clay court season now.

His comparative freshness should carry him across the line against Zverev in three set. Who do you think will win the match? Let us know in the comments below!

Want to share your opinion? Why not Write For Us? Jim is RealSport's tennis editor and a Warwick University history graduate.

Alongside watching tennis, he is also a diehard Tottenham Hotspur fan, and also supports the Dallas Mavericks and the Carolina Panthers.

Follow him on twitter at jimsmithtennis. Join the RealSport Community Create a post. Roger Federer vs Alexander Zverev: ATP Finals round robin preview ATP Finals round robin preview and prediction.

Well it took him more than two hours but Federer has his third win over Zverev and it was a two-faced affair, a high-quality first set giving way to a lull in the middle of the second before it briefly heated up again - but the third set was difficult to watch as the year-old capitulated mentally and physically.

That's it from us. He can't even make Federer serve for it, double-faulting at match point and exiting stage left with a towel draped over his shoulders.

That was a miserable last set from the German. The Swiss flags are popping up all over the arena but Federer is quick to pay tribute to his.

Federer still hasn't been perfect today and he concedes a break point when he curves an inside-out forehand wide. But a beautifully constructed point, attacking into the backhand and coming to the net to finish the point.

Federer works Zverev hard to win game point only for Zverev to land a lob inside the baseline. A backhand error from Zverev this time gives the Swiss another chance but he whacks a drive volley long, only for Federer to produce another unplayable serve out wide and then belts an unbelievable forehand down the line to take a lead.

Writing on the wall for Zverev. Zverev lets a lead slip to deuce, incudling a poor miss from the mid-court, and all of a sudden it's break point.

Roger slices the ball back into play and Zverev can only whip a forehand into the net. Federer secures the double break.

Not great body language from Zverev, who batters a forehand pass well long at down and doesn't look that bothered about it.

At 20, endurancne strength is not at its peak and you'd forgive him for being a little tired at this stage of the season.

We're just short of two hours in this match too. Zverev angles a touch shot just out having run down a drop shot but then double-faults to leave himself vulnerable at A massive first serve halves the deficit but then a mis-hit forehand brings up two more break points.

Federer gets the first serve back and makes Zverev hit a few extra shots, which he quickly leaks wide.

First blood Federer in the decider. The Swiss jumps out to a lead but then misses another drop shot, this time hitting the net, and Zverev is furious for not getting the second serve back at It was on his backhand with is of course his strength.

Zverev with the kind of hold that will be crucial to him in this final set. Comfortable and without too much effort.

Three break points come up after a net cord, an unforced error and a mis-hit forced by a massive return from Zverev. The first two go thanks to the German netting a forehand but eventually a long rally ends with a top-spin forehand going wide!

Zverev holds to 15 this time but remains imperfect, battering a simple forehand into the net at and remonstrating with himself afterwards.

Federer holds to love, closing it out with a tough half-volley and then a lovely drop-volley, both of which he makes look exceptionally easy.

Zverev and Federer are now both in full chunter mode whenever they miss anything and it has happened a lot. Federer is slightly incredulous at his own performance at the moment, muttering to himself after missing a slice backhand.

Zverev still isn't making many first serves but when he does, he's at 85 per cent. At last, Federer lands the drop shot for a winner and when Zverev whacks a return long he has a lead.

But Federer does the same and then brings Zverev to the net before trying to lob him, with no success, to bring up break point, but a big serve from Federer hits the service line.

The second serve at deuce goes to the body and Zverev can only hit the net before Federer plays a sensational backhand slice volley to win the game.

Zverev missed six of his first 10 serves - he's now made seven of the next 10 and it's making a big difference to his ability to hold has been transformed by it.

Those short, sharp service games of the first set are back. Quite taxing on the fingers for the old live-blogger. Federer's first serve percentage in this set is under 50 but he's managed to level up this set with a hold to A double-fault to start the game sees Zverev smack his racket in disgust but Federer gives it all back and the game closes out with a Federer drop shot into the net.

That is some really poor games of tennis from the world No 2. That's very loose from Federer. Two double-faults in a row makes it and a forehand into the net gives him break point.

Zverev comfortably runs down a poor drop shot but gives Federer too much of a chance to pass him with a backhand and he does.

At deuce, Federer plays another drop shot and this time Zverev makes no mistake to force a second break point But another mis-hit from Federer gives Zverev a sixth break point opportunity of the match, and after a look at a second serve Federer comes in but Zverev passes him!

A huge roar from the German and this set is back on! Zverev gets on the board at last but he needs to get his first serve percentage back.

He's made just four out of 10 at the beginning of second set. Federer has put his foot down and all of a sudden he has three break points after a Zverev double-fault, of which he only needs two to put himself firmly in the driving seat.

Zverev takes an early lead thanks to an error on each wing from Federer and an ace that clips the smallest part of the line possible.

A big Roger serve gets him on the board and a fierce exchange of groundstrokes sees Zverev find the net first.

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