Sascha Zverev and Karen Khachanov are going to fight in Paris for a place in the semifinal. They are going to play on Friday at 2 pm.

Zverev

Sacha had a great start of his Paris campaign after he defeated Frances Tiafoe (6-4 6-4) and Diego Schwartzman (6-4 6-2). The German looks set to go deep in the event and bid for his 4th Master ATP1000 title.

Khachanov

After winning the first 2 rounds without any problems against Filip Kranijinov (7-5 6-2) and Matthew Ebden (he withdrew on a 6-2 2-0 scoreline), the Russian had to fight extremely hard against John Isner. In fact, after failing to convert 3 match point in the second set tiebreak while leading, Karen had to dig deep before winning 6-4 6-7 (9) 7-6 (8) in a match that lasted 2 hours and 28 minutes.

H2H Sascha Zverev vs. Karen Khachanov

Zverev leads Khachanov 2-0 in head to head matches. Given also the fact that the Russian had a very taxing 3rd round against Isner, the German looks to be the hot favorite to reach the semifinals.

H2H Sascha Zverv vs. Karen Khachanov

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Luke Meyer Author
I am collaborating with Tennis Tonic for the last 2 years following my passion for tennis. For Tennis Tonic, I mostly take care of the sections that we call Quick Buzz and Videos that is about brief stories, videos or posts about the top Tennis Players. My favorite players are Federer and Nadal even if I am aware that they are at the end of their career. Following the like of Shapovalov, Tsitsipas, and Coric and on the WTA side I am intrigued by Naomi Osaka, Dayana Yastremska, Amanda Anisimova, and Olga Danilovic. I am always hopeful that Genie Bouchard will find her way back.
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