Zverev vs. Chung
Hyeon Chung remains on course for a first ATP World Tour title. The world No.22 became the first Korean to reach the last four of a Grand Slam event at the Australian Open earlier this year. Known as one of the best counter punchers in the game, the fast courts in Munich suit Chung’s playing style with the 21-year-old winning 83.33% of the matches played throughout his career on this event.
Defending champion Alexander Zverev moved into the semi-finals of the BMW Open after a straight-sets victory over Jan-Lennard Struff. The 21-year-old is now just two wins away from becoming the first player to win back-to-back titles in Munich since Franco Squillari in 2000. Taking a look now at Alexander’s numbers in the previous round, the highlight definitely goes to his return to serve with Struff winning only 17.39% of the points played behind his second serve.
This will be the 3rd career meeting between these two players with Zverev still searching for his first win over this opponent.
As the h2h suggests, Chung is a terrible match-up for the German. Adding to this, failed to win a single set on their previous encounter on clay at the 2017 Barcelona Open. Despite Zverev’s unquestionable quality, it’s impossible to ignore the value on Chung’s tennis betting odds. Having said that, our advice is for you to place a bet on the South-Korean’s moneyline at 7/5 at green listed bookmaker 5Dimes as the best betting approach for this contest.
Best Play: Hyeon Chung ML at 7/5 at 5Dimes