Alexander Zverev v Carlos Alcaraz live stream | Madrid Open 2022 final preview

Carlos Alcaraz aims to cap off an unforgettable week by dethroning reigning champion Alexander Zverev in the final of the 2022 Madrid Open on Sunday.

Home favourite Alcaraz has embarked on a sensational run to the final of the ATP Masters 1000 event, claiming victories over Rafa Nadal and Novak Djokovic for the first time in the process.

Having first seen off Nikoloz Basilashvili, Alcaraz celebrated his 19th birthday with a three sets win over Cameron Norrie to set up a show-down with his Spanish compatriot Nadal in the Quarter-Finals.

The number seven seed defied a mid-match ankle injury scare on his way to sealing an historic three-sets victory over the ‘King of clay’ in a match which may have represented a changing of the guard.

He then followed it up with a remarkable comeback from a set down to secure a first career win over world number one Djokovic and remain on course to become only the third Spanish winner of this event over the last 20 years.

Alcaraz is now 27-3 this season and is looking to maintain his unbeaten record in tour level finals, with four wins from four appearances.

Zverev, meanwhile, is bidding to join Nadal as only the second player to have successfully defended this prestigious title.

The 25-year-old began his run by coming from a set down to defeat Marin Čilić, before Lorenzo Musetti retired through injury at a set down in the Third Round.

Zverev then dispatched Félix Auger-Aliassime in straight sets before seeing off fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in three sets in the Semi-Finals.

Zverev, who boasts 19 career titles, has won both of his previous meetings with Alcaraz, each coming last season, but comes into their latest battle as the 6/4 outsider with Bet365.

Zverev v Alcaraz is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 5.30pm BST.

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World number one Novak Djokovic and teenage sensation Carlos Alcaraz collide in the Semi-Finals of the 2022 Madrid Open on Saturday.

A fascinating first competitive encounter between the pair provides a clash of the generations as the old guard meets the new guard for a place in the final of the ATP 1000 event.

Djokovic, who has missed much of the season so far for medical reasons, is looking to play himself into Grand Slam form by claiming his fourth Madrid Open title.

Djokovic was beaten in the final of the Serbia Open on home soil by Andrey Rublev a fortnight ago and has cantered into the latter stages here in Madrid.

The 20-time major winner is yet to drop a set this week, having seen off Gael Monfils and Hubert Hurkacz either side of a walkover against Andy Murray in Round Three.

Djokovic finds himself in the Semi-Finals of this tournament for a seventh time, marking his 72nd appearance in the Last Four of a Masters 1000 tournament. Only Rafael Nadal (with 76) has reached this stage on more occasions

Alcaraz, who celebrated his 19th birthday with a three sets win over Cameron Norrie, has already made history this week by becoming the youngest semi-finalist in Madrid Open history and the first teenager to defeat Nadal on clay.

The latter feat came in Friday’s Quarter-Finals as Alcaraz pulled off a memorable three sets triumph over his legendary compatriot for his first head-to-head success.

The number seven seed defied a mid-match ankle injury scare and will be hoping to avoid a possible reoccurrence when he faces another all-time great.

Home hero Alcaraz is bidding to become only the third Spanish winner of this event over the last 20 years as he aims to continue his meteoric rise.

Either defending champion Alexander Zverev or fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas will await the winner in Sunday’s final.

Djokovic v Alcaraz is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 3pm BST.

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Rafa Nadal takes on emerging star Carlos Alcaraz in an unmissable Quarter-Final at the 2022 Madrid Open on Friday.

A fascinating all-Spanish show-down on home soil sees two of the most exciting players in the sport at present collide in a clash of the generations.

A year on from their first meeting in this very competition, teenage upstart Alcaraz aims to register a landmark maiden win over his tennis idol.

Their box office Semi-Final at Indian Wells earlier this year saw Nadal prevail in three sets, and another thrilling encounter looks to be on the cards again here.

Third seed Nadal is vying for a sixth Madrid Open title and a first since 2017 as he looks to continue his prolific dominance on clay.

The 35-year-old has enjoyed a terrific start to the season with 22 wins from 23 matches, and three titles to his name, including the Australian Open.

His only defeat of the season so far came at the hands of Taylor Fritz in the final of Indian Wells, and he began his campaign on home soil in Madrid with a routine straight sets win over Miomir Kecmanović before surviving four match points on his way to a marathon win over David Goffin on Thursday.

After missing the Monte-Carlo Masters and the Barcelona Open through injury, Nadal is looking to build up a head of steam ahead of the upcoming French Open, and a strong run here would prove ideal preparation.

Alcaraz, meanwhile, celebrated his 19th birthday with a three sets win over Cameron Norrie, making him the youngest quarter-finalist in Madrid Open history.

Seeded number seven, Alcaraz is aiming to become the first teenager ever beat Nadal on clay and end his legendary opponent’s 25-match winning streak against fellow Spaniards.

Either world number one Novak Djokovic or 12th seed Hubert Hurkacz will await the winner in the Semi-Finals on Saturday.

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The star names assemble on clay court at the 2022 Madrid Open, and a live stream is available for all matches.

The 20th edition of the event on the ATP Tour and 13th on the WTA Tour sees a host of top players competing from April 28 to May 8 at the Park Manzanares.

The Madrid Open is classified as an ATP Tour Masters 1000 event and a WTA 1000 event with lucrative prize funds of €6.7 million on offer.

Alexander Zverev is the reigning Men’s Singles champion, while Aryna Sabalenka is the defending Women’s Singles champion.

Novak Djokovic is the number one seed in the men’s draw as he bids to claim this title for the fourth time, while home hero Rafa Nadal is eyeing a record sixth crown.

Other star names in action include Stefanos Tsitsipas, Andrey Rublev, Carlos Alcaraz and Félix Auger-Aliassime.

Paula Badosa, Maria Sakkari, Danielle Collins, and US Open champion Emma Raducanu are among the notable competitors in the women’s draw.

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Home favourite Rafael Nadal steps up his Madrid Open title quest with a Third Round clash against David Goffin on Thursday.

Third seed Nadal is vying for a sixth Madrid Open title and a first since 2017 as he looks to continue his prolific dominance on clay.

The 35-year-old has enjoyed a terrific start to the season with 21 wins from 22 matches, and three titles to his name, including the Australian Open.

His only defeat of the season so far came at the hands of Taylor Fritz in the final of Indian Wells, and he began his campaign on home soil in Madrid with a routine straight sets win over Miomir Kecmanović.

After missing the Monte-Carlo Masters and the Barcelona Open through injury, Nadal is looking to build up a head of steam ahead of the upcoming French Open, and a strong run here would prove ideal preparation.

Goffin, meanwhile, picked up his sixth career title at the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakech last month and came through the qualifiers to reach this event.

The 31-year-old Belgian is a three-time Grand Slam quarter-finalist and has two career wins over Nadal from their six previous meetings.

Goffin has seen off Aslan Karatsev and Botic van de Zandschulp so far this week without dropping a set and will look to serve up a tough test for the Spanish star.

Either Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie or Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz will await the winner in the Quarter-Finals.

Nadal v Goffin is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 3pm BST.

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Alexander Zverev takes on Matteo Berrettini in the final of the 2021 Madrid Open today at 17.30 pm (UK Time).

Alexander Zverev has had a couple of ups and downs lately, but he finally found some form here in Madrid. Zverev did well to beat Nishikori, Evans,  Nadal, and Thiem during his run to the final and he is now looking to win the Madrid Open once again, after lifting the trophy back in 2018. His most recent two victories over Nadal and Thiem were very impressive, giving the fact that Nadal has been the best player on clay over the past decade while Thiem had a superior head-to-head record.

Meanwhile, Matteo Berrettini has won the Belgrade tournament two weeks ago and he is now on an eight-match winning streak. He had a more comfortable path in comparison with Zverev, although it has to be said that Berrettini has only met clay specialists during his run, such as Fognini, Delbonis, Garin, and Ruud. The Italian looked sharp in the Semi-finals against Casper Ruud, but he will now face a much tougher opponent.

Both players are in hot red form, but after seeing Zverev’s performance in his last two matches, we can’t see another outcome than a victory for the German player here. A win for Zverev is priced at 1/2.

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Ashleigh Barty and Aryna Sabalenka will meet in the final of the WTA Madrid Open today at 17.30 pm (UK Time).

Ashleigh Barty had a comfortable match against Paula Badosa in the Semi-finals and has increased her streak to nine consecutive victories on clay courts. Barty has been sensational this year as she already won three titles in 2021, with Madrid Open being her 4th final. Her record for this season reads 25 victories and just three defeats.

Meanwhile, Aryna Sabalenka has only lost once in ten matches on clay courts this season, and that sole defeat was against Ashleigh Barty in the final of the Stuttgart tournament two weeks ago. Sabalenka has enjoyed a clean run here in Madrid, having won each of her five matches in straight sets. Aryna has won nine of her last 11 finals and she will be looking for revenge after the recent defeat against the Australian in Stuttgart.

Although Sabalenka has lost twice in one month and a half against Barty, we fancy the Belarusian to win here in Madrid as she has been impeccable in this campaign and she is priced at 1/1 here.

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Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem will go toe-to-toe in the first Semi-final of the Madrid Masters today at 15.00 pm (UK Time).

It seems that the conditions in Madrid are perfect for Alexander Zverev who did well to beat Rafael Nadal in straight sets yesterday. This was actually the third time in a row when Zverev wins over Rafa, after beating the Spaniard in the group stages of ATP Tour Finals in 2019 and in the semifinal of Paris Masters. Zverev hasn’t dropped a single set in Madrid so far and seems to be more than ready for his today’s clash with Dominic Thiem.

Meanwhile, Dominic Thiem had a tough match against John Isner yesterday, but it was somehow expected as the American was in hot shape. Nevertheless, Thiem has now reached the Semi-finals in Madrid for the fourth time. He finished as runner-up in 2017 and 2018, but lost his recent Semi-final match against Novak Djokovic back in 2019.

These two players have already met ten times and Dominic Thiem has won the most recent four meetings. It’s hard to pick a winner here as Dominic Thiem has just recovered from his knee injury while Zverev has been struggling with consistency this season. We think that Over 22.5 games is a likely outcome for this clash and it pays a decent price of 5/6.

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World No. 2 Rafael Nadal will be looking for a spot in the Semi-finals of the 2021 Madrid Open when he takes on Alexander Zverev today at 14.00 pm (UK Time).

Rafael Nadal made light work of Australian Alexei Popyrin yesterday and he is now hoping to avoid his third consecutive quarter-final exit in Masters 1000 tournaments on clay. The Spaniard hasn’t been at her best in Barcelona, but still managed to win the title, but he still holds an impressive record in Madrid. Rafa has won 9 of his 10 quarter-finals matches here in Madrid, with that sole loss coming against Dominic Thiem back in 2018. Rafa has won nine of his ten matches on clay courts this season and has dropped only one set in his most recent five outings.

Meanwhile, Alexander Zverev has been struggling for consistency after winning the Acapulco title on hard courts towards the end of March. The German player has won four of his six matches on clay this season, being eliminated from the round of 16 in Monte Carlo and in the quarter-finals of the Munich tournament. However, Zverev looked much better in the first two rounds here in Madrid, winning against Nishikori (6-3, 6-2) and Evans (6-3, 7-6).

Alexander Zverev has won the most recent two meetings with Rafael Nadal, but both of these were played on hard courts. Rafa hasn’t been very convincing recently and we think that this match can go Over 20.5 games at a price of 5/6.

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Dominic Thiem and John Isner will be facing each other today at 12.00 pm (UK Time) in the Quarter-finals of the ATP 2021 Madrid Open.

Although he was nearly two months away from tennis, Dominic Thiem began his Madrid Open adventure in style by winning his first two matches in straight sets. It has to be said that Thiem is undefeated in the quarterfinals of Madrid Masters, as he finished as runner-up back in 2017 and 2018 and reached the Semi-finals in 2019. Dominic’s record on clay courts over the past year reads 13 victories and just two defeats.

We haven’t seen John Isner playing such good tennis on clay courts in over two years. The American took everyone by surprise with his recent two victories in Madrid as he did well to beat both Bautista Agut and Rublev.  Isner made the quarter-finals of the Madrid Open back in 2015 and 2018 and this is the first time back since then. John Isner is a big server and he loves when sets go to a tie-break as his winning probability is higher in tiebreakers.

We rely on the fact that John Isner will be able to serve well in this match, so our prediction is Over 22.5 games at 4/6.

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