Bad news from Alexander Zverev‘s camp as the German had to stop his training after a fall.
The world no.4 had already to withdraw from an exhibition in Adelaide stating that he has a problem with his hamstring. On Thursday things got weird again when the German was playing a practice match against Marc Polmans. According to reports, after he got hurt he played a couple of points to then stop the training. It seems that this was a foot or an achilles injury.
A good draw
Sascha has a very favorable draw in Melbourne and it would be a pity for him if he will not be fully fit to take advantage of a smooth path.
The 1st round vs. Bedene
Sascha will face Aljaz Bedene in the first round of the Australian Open. The head to head is 2-0 for the Zverev that should have no problems in defeating the world no.67 if he is fully fit.
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