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Alexander Zverev hat nach seinen schwachen Leistungen beim ATP Cup in Brisbane vor den Australian Open in Melbourne (20. Januar bis 2. Februar) Sonderschichten im Training eingelegt.
Tennis - Wilander says Zverev needs to solve the best of five sets problem
Die ersten Aufritte 2020 von Alexander Zverev waren enttäuschend. Er kämpft an zu vielen Fronten. Kriegt er in Melbourne die Kurve?
Tennis - An 18-year-old Italian will make a debut at the Australian Open following a breakthrough season
Luke Bambridge/Ben McLachlan made their first ATP Tour event together this year an unforgettable one, powering past Marcus Daniell/Philipp Oswald 7-6(3), 6-3 on Saturday to win the doubles title at the ASB Classic in Auckland.Bambridge/McLachlan won 75 per cent of their second-serve points (6/8) to help guide them through a tight opening set. They secured the lone break of the second set at 4-3 before serving out the match after one hour and 23 minutes. The unseeded pair didn't drop a set throughout the week to secure their first ATP Tour team doubles title.The British-Japanese duo are a relatively new pairing, but enjoyed success when they teamed up last year. They reached the final in Vienna (l. to Ram/Salisbury) and advanced to the quarter-finals of the US Open.McLachlan, a New Zealand native who represents Japan on the ATP Tour, served as a ballboy at this event as a young child. He also took the doubles title last year in Auckland (w/Struff). This is his fifth tour-level doubles title and the third for Bambridge, who finished runner-up with Santiago Gonzalez last week in Doha (l. to Bopanna/Koolhof).Daniell was aiming for his first title on home soil since prevailing as a wild card in 2010 (w/Tecau). Oswald still seeks his first title in Auckland after also finishing runner-up in 2018 (w/Mirnyi).Bambridge/McLachlan pick up 250 FedEx ATP Doubles Rankings points and split $30,900. Daniell/Oswald earn 150 FedEx ATP Doubles Rankings points and split $15,840.[WATCH LIVE 2]
Dolgopolov, 31, wonand#039;t play at the Rio Open in February.