Nicolas Jarry vs Alexander Zverev live stream Gonet Geneva Open preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 26 May 2023

Watch the head-to-head matchup between Nicolas Jarry and Alexander Zverev when they compete in the semifinals of the 2023 Gonet Geneva Open at Tennis Club de Genève Eaux-Vives.

The match on Friday, May 26 begins at 1:20 PM and will be available to watch live online.

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Nicolas Jarry vs Alexander Zverev odds and prediction

Prediction: Alexander Zverev has a 66.7% chance to win this match

Nicolas Jarry Alexander Zverev
39.2% Chance to Win Match 66.7%
20.0% Chance to Win Tournament 42.6%

Nicolas Jarry vs Alexander Zverev betting tips

Jarry earned a three-set win over Casper Ruud (3-6, 7-6, 7-5) in the quarterfinals in his last match on Thursday.

In his 23 matches on clay so far this year, Jarry has played an average of 22.5 games (22.5 in best-of-three matches).

Jarry has won 83.8% of his service games on clay, and 21.4% of his return games.

Zverev is coming off a win in his last match on Thursday in the quarterfinals over Yibing Wu (4-1, retired).

Through 12 matches on clay surfaces this year, Zverev averages 21.6 games per match (21.6 in best-of-three matches) and 10 games per set with a 54.8% game winning percentage.

Zverev is 97-for-129 in service games on clay courts (winning 75.2%) and 45-for-130 in return games (34.6%).

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