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Lajovic vs Zverev Head to Head:

Dusan Lajovic
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Alexander Zverev
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Dusan Lajovic was born on 30 June 1990 in Serbia. Lajovic plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Jose Perlas. Dusan Lajovic has won 0 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Lajovic height: 1.83 m.


Alexander Zverev was born on 20 April 1997 in Germany. Zverev plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Ivan Lendl. Alexander Zverev has won 9 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Zverev height: 1.98 m.

Dusan Lajovic is meeting Alexander Zverev in the third round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Dusan Lajovic and Alexander Zverev will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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Even though Rafael Nadal was dominant at the Rome Masters and won the final with ease, he’s not having a good clay season. In fact, it is one of his worst seasons on clay. He starts the Roland Garros as the second seed, due to the ATP rankings, but he’s not at all the main favourite, a situation which almost never happened before.

Regarded by the bookies as the second favourite, Novak Djokovic will surely have a good run in Paris. The Serbian is seen by many as the true favourite of the tournament. His performances on clay are better than Rafael Nadal’s and, let’s not forget, the Serbian like to dominate once he reaches the number one spot in the ATP rankings. One more Grand Slam title added to his collection of titles couldn’t hurt and Novak Djokovic seems determined to win this year in Paris.

The fresh winner of the ATP Geneva, Alexander Zverev, is having an awful season. He was not able to defend his titles, losing many ranking points in the process. Even more, he’s now having a lot of problems reaching a qualifying place for the ATP Finals. As a conclusion, we should not expect to see him playing in the second week of Roland Garros, but, as always in tennis, weird things may happen.

Roger Federer is back in Paris for this Roland Garros edition, maybe his last big tournament on clay. The Swiss is not very excited when it comes to the red surface, as he prefers much faster courts like grass or hard. However, Roger Federer is still seen as one of the greatest players on clay because of the many Roland Garros finals he played (and lost) against Rafael Nadal.

There’s a lot of talking about Dominic Thiem’s chances to win his first Grand Slam title this year, in Paris. The Austrian player improved his game and also won two big tournaments this season. He’s also a very good clay player and he can easily take on big names like Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. Dominic Thiems starts as the fourth favourite and we think this is a correct assumption.

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