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2016 ST. PETERSBURG Semi-Final : Alexander Zverev upsets Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-4 to reach final *H2H* *OoP* *Score and Stats*

Posted on September 24, 2016 at 2:00 PM

Tomas Berdych in action against German tennis player Alexander Zverev in their semi-final match at the 21st St Petersburg international tennis tournament at Sibur Arena, in St. Petersburg, Russia on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Tomas Berdych lost the match 4-6, 4-6.

H2H Tomas Berdych vs Alexander Zverev


Tomas Berdych return from appendicitis has gone well so far. The big Czech advanced to the semifinals today in St. Petersburg beating Paolo Lorenzi 6-4, 6-3 Friday.

“I felt good,” Berdych said. “I am trying to improve day by day, trying to find my rhythm. My goals is to play as many matches as possible.”

Next up is the teen sensation Alexander Zverev. The German took out his third straight Russian blasting Mikhail Youzhny 6-2, 6-2.

“I think he is a rising ATP star,” said Berdych of Zverev. “I have already played against him a couple of times. We had a couple of good battles at the beginning of this year. One of them was the Davis Cup rubber which I won in five sets. I beat him again at Wimbledon this year. He is definitely a guy with a great future. He always makes me work hard on the court to beat him.”

Order of Play - SF St. Petersburg Berdych/Zverev 1st match Saturday, September 24, 2016

Score and Stats - Tomas Berdych lost to Alexander Zverev

#NextGen Zverev To Go For First Title In St. Petersburg

ATP Staff | Saturday, September 24, 2016

German gains first FedEx ATP Head2Head win against Berdych

Alexander Zverev will play for his first ATP World Tour title on Sunday after gaining his first win over Top 10 player Tomas Berdych on Saturday at the St. Petersburg Open. Zverev, a member of the ATP Next Generation, dismissed Berdych 6-4, 6-4 in their semi-final contest at Sibur Arena.

The 19-year-old German saved all four break points and landed 66 per cent of his first serves to advance to his third ATP World Tour final of the season and of his career. He has yet to capture a title yet, though, falling in three sets to Dominic Thiem in Nice and to Florian Mayer in Halle.

“I just needed to serve well in the first place, and I did. Then I had to play aggressively,” Zverev said. “Berdych is always trying to dictate the point, and I had to take it away from him. It worked.”









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