It’s time for the semis of the ATP Cup 2021, and fans will witness some exciting clashes there. In one of the matches, World No.7 Alexander Zverev will be up against Daniil Medvedev. Fans are really excited about the encounter and hope to see some great tennis ahead.
Although Alexander Zverev lost to Novak Djokovic recently, his team still advanced to the semi-finals. The German player recently updated a post on his Instagram and tried to boost the confidence of all his team players before their upcoming matches at the ATP Cup 2021.
“What a team. Everyone is just as important as the other on our journey. Semis tomorrow. Let’s go boys,” wrote Zverev in the caption.
Interestingly, it was none other than the 7-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams who also commented on his post.
“Get it,” wrote an enthusiastic Williams in the comments section.
The 40-year-old American player clearly tried to motivate and encourage the youngster and his fellow teammates. She certainly believes that Zverev can lead his side to victory at the ATP Cup 2021.
Can Alexander Zverev lead Germany to its maiden ATP Cup title?
There are definitely high chances of Germany winning the ATP Cup this year. However, the journey won’t be that easy for the Germans as they will be up against the Russians in the semis.
The team will surely like their star player Alexander Zverev to win the semi-final match against Daniil Medvedev. However, the World No.4 player is in some great form and will certainly pose a big challenge to the US Open 2020 runner-up.
In another semi-final, Germany’s Jan-Lennard Struff will face Andrey Rublev. It will undoubtedly be a tough match for Germany again, as Rublev is playing some exceptional tennis at the moment.
This is a surely golden chance for Germany, and if they manage to defeat Russia, they’ll either face Italy or Spain in the finals. Fans have huge expectations from them and will want Zverev and company to lift the ATP Cup title this year.
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