Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev
Indiana Wells, USA. 14.03.2023. 21:00
Prediction for the ATP Indiana Wells Daniil Medvedev vs Alexander Zverev match which will take place on March 14th. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Ivashka managed to give a fight to Medvedev and win one set against the sixth racket of the world, but in general, Daniil spent a lot of effort on passing the Bulgarian. The match lasted an hour and 46 minutes, 6:2, 3:6, and 6:1 in favor of Medvedev. During the game, Daniil served eight times with six double faults and won 74% of points on the first serve and 48% on the second. Return statistics: 35%/64%, winners/unforced errors 26/19. Medvedev won tournaments in Rotterdam, Doha, and Dubai before the Masters in California, beating Rublev in the ranking and regaining the country's first racket status. In Indian Wells, Medvedev, in addition to Ivashka, won the American Nakashima.
The German also played in Rotterdam, Doha, and Dubai. Some success was in the UAE, where Zverev reached the semifinals, losing at this stage to Andrey Rublev in two sets. In Indian Wells, Alexander Zverev beat the Argentine Cachin and Finn Ruusuvuori in the draw. The match against Finn was 3-set, lasting two hours and 42 minutes, 7:5, 1:6, and 7:5 in favor of the German. During the game, Zverev served through eight times with one double error and won 66% of points on the first serve and 54% on the second. Return statistics: 25%/55%, winners/unforced errors statistics 26/28.
Expert Betting Tips
Zverev is slowly gaining form. He reached the semifinals in Dubai and has two wins in Indian Wells. However, we wonder if the German can still compete with Daniil Medvedev, who at the start of the season is one of the best on the planet, along with Djokovic. Medvedev lost a set to Ivashka, but it seemed that Daniil relaxed after the first set. It should not happen again with Zverev. Daniil knows Alexander very well and has recently beaten the German. Medvedev will achieve a confident victory over the 14th racket of the world today.