Zverev surprises everyone with this phrase from Jarry before the final and does not forget Tabilo: “It was impressive”

Zverev surprises everyone with this phrase from Jarry before the final and does not forget Tabilo: “It was impressive”
Zverev surprises everyone with this phrase from Jarry before the final and does not forget Tabilo: “It was impressive”

Alexander Zverev was responsible for avoiding a historic and unprecedented final for Chilean tennis. The German woke up in time to end Alejandro Tabilo’s dream week in Rome and will now face Nicolás Jarry in the final.

“I haven’t played well. but he has been the reason why I haven’t played well. He came out hitting the court extremely hard and playing very aggressively. He wouldn’t let me play. I have to give him all the credit for not letting me take my game.“said Sacha after beating Tabilo in three sets.

And that aggressiveness shown by the Chilean seems to be a national trait. One who will have to learn to fight again this Sunday when he will be led by Nicolás Jarry, who qualified for his first Masters 1000 final displaying a brilliant level.

“He is one of the most aggressive players on the circuit, with a great serve and a great forehand. He tries to hit very hard from both sides of the court,” Zverev stated before the Prince’s victory against Tommy Paul, and after observing the agonizing victory against Stefanos Tsitsipas.

“He was impressive, he was down for most of the game, but he always ended up coming back,” he continued about his rival on Sunday, and against whom he has a favorable record of 4-2 in previous matches on the circuit.

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