US Legal Betting

US Legal betting

Alexander Zverev vs Lorenzo Sonego – Breakdown and Prediction

Photo by Icon Sport

Alexander Zverev vs Lorenzo Sonego: ATP Halle – Second round

The two-tine ATP Halle finalist Alexander Zverev will take on Lorenzo Sonego in the second round on Wednesday.


Alexander Zverev Profile

Alexander Zverev is fourth in the ATP rankings, and his career high was No. 2 in the world. The German is 35-10 for the season and 1-0 on grass.

He is coming off a 6-7, 6-3, 6-4 win over Oscar Otte in the first round.

Zverev failed to win his first Grand Slam title after losing in the French Open final to Carlos Alcaraz.

Right before going to Roland Garros, Zverev won the title in Rome, defeating Nicolas Jarry in the final.

He also made it to three semifinals this season in Miami, Los Cabos, and the Australian Open.

He won the title in Halle in 2016 and 2017, and last year he lost in the semifinals to Alexander Bublik.


Lorenzo Sonego Profile

Lorenzo Sonego is 57th in the ATP rankings, and his career high was No. 21 in the world. The Italians are 13-19 for the season and 1-0 on grass.

He is coming off a first-round win over Miomir Kecmanovic in two tiebreaks.

Sonego’s best result this season was the semifinal at the Challenger in Turin, where he lost to Francesco Passaro.

Last year in Halle, he reached the round of 16, where he lost to Jannik Sinner in three sets.


Head-to-Head – Zverev leads 3-0

  • Zverev vs Sonego 6-7, 6-3, 6-4 (2024 United Cup)
  • Zverev vs Sonego 7-5, 6-4 (2023 ATP Dubai, quarterfinal)
  • Zverev vs Sonego 6-3, 6-3 (2021 ATP Monte Carlo, second round)


Prediction and Conclusion

Zverev is coming off another disappointing loss, failing just short of winning his first ever Grand Slam title. However, he took no break and started the grass season at home in Halle. He won two titles there, but it’s been seven years since the last one. Zverev has a promising season and is trying to prepare and go deep at Wimbledon. In the second round in Halle, he will face Lorenzo Sonego, whom he has defeated three times before. The Italian is a solid player, and his serve works well on grass. Anyway, Zverev is on a completely different level and will win this match in straight sets.

Subcribe Now!

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor

100% No spam! We have promised to Our Mother…

No sweat bet up to $1500


No sweat bet up to $1000


Deposit match up to $250


Deposit match up to $100


No sweat bet up to $100