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Mit Power zum Erfolg!Bei den French Open steht Alexander Zverev zum ersten Mal in seiner Karriere im Halbfinale. Vor allem die Viertelfinal-Gala gegen den Spanier Alejandro Davidovich Fokina macht Hoffnung auf die erste Finalteilnahme in Paris. (Alles zu den French Open)Besonders auffällig: Zverev spielt mit mehr Power als jemals zuvor. Bester Beweis dafür sind seine muskulösen Oberarme.Der Tennis-Podcast "Cross Court" mit neuer Folge zu den French Open ist auf podcast.sport1.de, in der SPORT1 App sowie auf den gängigen Streaming-Plattformen Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Amazon Music, Deezer und Podigee abrufbarBei Bild verriet er nun, dass er die Zwangspause während Corona genutzt habe, um diese Muskelmasse aufzubauen. "Vor Corona wog ich 84 Kilo, jetzt 90. Die sechs Kilo mehr sind Muskeln, vor allem an den Beinen und am Rücken."Alexander Zverev: Muskelaufbau, aber nicht zu vielAllerdings betonte er auch, dass man das Muskeltraining nicht übertreiben dürfe, da es beim Tennis auch sehr auf die Beweglichkeit ankomme. Zwar liebe er es, in den Kraftraum zu gehen und Gewichte zu stemmen, "Aber ich darf nicht den riesigen Oberkörper haben. Der würde beim Tennis nur stören."Die Kunst sei es daher, das perfekte Mittelmaß zu finden. "Für mich geht es darum: So viel Gewicht wie möglich zu stemmen, aber so leicht wie möglich zu sein."Ob er bei diesem Unterfangen die goldene Mitte getroffen hat, kann der 23-Jährige im Halbfinale gegen den Griechen Stefanos Tsitsipas unter Beweis stellen. (French Open, Halbfinale: Alexander Zverev - Stefanos Tsitsipas, Freitag ab 14.50 Uhr im SPORT1-Liveticker)Reaktionen auf früheres Bild aus dem KraftraumDass er den Kraftraum aber nicht erst in der Coronapause entdeckt hatte, bewies er bereits im April des vergangenen Jahres. Damals postete er ein Bild von sich beim Krafttraining auf Instagram.Die ehemalige Weltranglistenerste Venus Williams kommentierte den Post mit "Mag ich" und Dominic Thiem bezeichnete Zverev sogar als "Maschine."DAZN gratis testen und Tennis-Highlights live & auf Abruf erleben | ANZEIGE Der US-Amerikaner Josh Isner konnte sich jedoch eine kleine Spitze nicht verkneifen und fragte: "Sehe ich da etwa Muskeln?"
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have battled more times in their ATP Head2Head rivalry than any players in history. On Friday, they will meet for the ninth time at Roland Garros.Nadal has dominated the clay-court Grand Slam throughout his career, tallying a jaw-dropping 105-2 record. But one of the two men who has beaten the Spaniard is 2016 champion Djokovic, who will be standing across the net on Court Philippe-Chatier in the semi-finals. Thirteen-time titlist Nadal will take a 7-1 lead in their Roland Garros series into the clash. Before the blockbuster showdown, ATPTour.com looks back at their previous meetings on the Parisian terre battue.2020 Roland Garros Final, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 7-5𠊍jokovic won the Internazionali BNL d'Italia leading into Roland Garros, and when he reached the Paris final, the Serbian had a 37-1 record on the 2020 season. But that mattered little to Nadal, who played an extraordinary match to defeat the top seed in two hours and 41 minutes. Nadal had not beaten Djokovic in straight sets at a Grand Slam since the 2008 Roland Garros semi-finals, and this was the Spaniard's most lopsided win at a major in their rivalry.Nadal deserves credit for his relentless offence from the baseline. Not only did the lefty crush 31 winners in the match, but he only made 14 unforced errors. The more you go for it, the more often you typically miss. But on Court Philippe-Chatrier, the Spaniard barely missed at all.Djokovic was trying to win his 18th Grand Slam title and his second trophy at Roland Garros. He could have become the first man in the Open Era to complete two Career Grand Slams, but 52 unforced errors were his undoing.2015 Roland Garros QF, clay, Djokovic d. Nadal 75 63 61On his seventh attempt, Djokovic finally dethroned nine-time champion Nadal on the red clay of Roland Garros, handing the Spaniard just his second loss in Paris and maintaining his hopes of completing the career Grand Slam.In one of the most highly anticipated Grand Slam quarter-finals in history, Djokovic raced to a 4-love lead in the first set before sixth-seeded Nadal battled back to level the match. Despite the momentum shift, the Serb would find his footing to claim the first set in 67 minutes. Djokovic was dominant on his serve in the second set, claiming 16 of 18 straight service points, before eventually taking a two-set lead. He carried that momentum into the final set, limiting Nadal to just three total forehand winners and claiming victory in two hours and 26 minutes. 2014 Roland Garros F, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 36 75 62 64Nadal prevented Djokovic from completing a career Grand Slam, as he retained his No. 1 Emirates ATP Ranking and became the first player in history to win nine titles at a major. He also drew level with Pete Sampras at No. 2 in the Grand Slam title-leaders list on 14 major crowns.The Spaniard had lost eight of his past nine sets against Djokovic entering the Roland Garros final, and once again fell behind to start the match as Djokovic broke in the eighth game and survived a pair of break points. Though the winner of the first set had gone on to triumph nine times in their 11 previous Grand Slam meetings, a free-swinging Nadal drew level at a set apiece with a break and quickly raced out to a 3-0 lead in the third. The Serbian found renewed energy in the fourth set, recovering a break in the seventh game, but was unable to hold serve to stay in the match as he double-faulted on championship point.2013 Roland Garros semi-final, Paris, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 64 36 61 67(3) 97Both players were competing for a shot at history. Djokovic was attempting to have a shot at winning his first Roland Garros crown, which would make him the eighth man in tennis history to complete the career Grand Slam. Nadal was going for an eighth title in Paris. Djokovic had dealt Nadal a harsh defeat in their previous meeting at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, where he ended the Spaniard’s 46-match winning streak at the event. Did it weigh on Nadal’s mind? The Spaniard was two points from victory when he led 6-5, 30/15 in the fourth set, but he tightened up and Djokovic fought back into contention. Nadal then came back from a 2-4 deficit in the drama-filled fifth set, which lasted 87 minutes, to give the match an enthralling finish. The semi-final last four hours and 37 minutes and kept alive Nadal’s 21-match winning streak. It was only the second five-set match Nadal had played at the major, with the first being a first-round win over John Isner in 2011.2012 Roland Garros final, Paris, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 64 63 26 75The two were meeting for the fourth time at Roland Garros, with Nadal taking their previous three Paris clashes in straight sets. Djokovic was appearing in the final for the first time. In a final that was played over two days due to several rain delays, Nadal hit 34 winners to 29 unforced errors, and led two sets and a break before the Serbian rallied to win eight consecutive games en route to clinching his first set over Nadal at the tournament. He took a 2-1 break lead before play was suspended for the day on 10 June. When played resumed on Monday, Nadal broke back to level at 2-all and went on to wrap up the final victory in three hours and 49 minutes after Djokovic hit his fourth double fault to end the match. Djokovic was looking to become the first man since Rod Laver in 1969 to hold all four Grand Slam championship titles. Nadal improved to 3-0 against Djokovic on clay in 2012.2008 Roland Garros semi-final, Paris, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 64 62 76(3)Three-time defending champion Rafael Nadal tightened his grip on the No. 2 spot in the South African Airways ATP Rankings by extending his Roland Garros record to 27-0 with a 6-4, 6-2, 7-6(3) win over No. 3-ranked Novak Djokovic in two hours and 49 minutes. Nadal became the first man since Ivan Lendl from 1984-1987 to reach four consecutive finals, and just the third man in the Open Era to do so. Djokovic was unable to generate any break points on Nadal’s serve throughout the first set and, with his attacking play nullified by great defense from Nadal, he went on to lose the first set 6-4 after 57 minutes. The Spaniard closed out the set 6-2 with a forehand winner after 91 minutes, and put the match out of Djokovic’s reach by going up a double break in the third set. Djokovic fought back and had a chance to win his first set against the Spaniard at Roland Garros when he earned a set point after an effective return in the 12th game. However, Nadal denied him and went on to take the match on the tie-break.2007 Roland Garros semi-finals, Paris, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 75 64 62Both started the semifinal as the only ATP players to have broken the 40-win plateau on the season. Novak Djokovic, a first-time Grand Slam semifinalist, challenged Rafael Nadal in the 66-minute first set as he came from down two breaks to get back on serve at five games all. But Nadal promptly closed the set as he won the next two games. Djokovic had an opportunity to take the 2-0 lead in the next set, but Nadal saved three break points and never looked back. He converted on three of his remaining four break chances in the match to cement the 7-5, 6-4, 6-2 win in two hours and 28 minutes. The Spaniard went on to become the second player in Roland Garros history (since 1925) to win three consecutive titles in Paris.2006 Roland Garros quarter-finals, Paris, clay, Nadal d. Djokovic 64 64 ret. (thigh, back)Defending champion Rafael Nadal struggled with his serve, but Novak Djokovic was never 100 per cent fit and attempted to keep the points short throughout his maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal. Nadal, who led Djokovic 6-4, 6-4, notched his 58th consecutive clay-court victory when the World No. 63 retired with a back and thigh injury after one hour and 54 minutes. Nadal extended his perfect Roland Garros record to 12-0 and stood two wins away from a century of career wins (98-12) on crushed brick.
Drop shots, tweener lobs, and “a very millennial shot” – Stefanos Tsitsipas had to overcome every weapon in Daniil Medvedev’s arsenal on Tuesday night, but the Greek player passed the test with flying colours to reach the semi-finals at Roland Garros. In an exchange that summed up the 6-3, 7-6(3), 7-5 encounter, Tsitsipas had worked his way to match point on Medvedev’s serve in the third set. From nowhere, the second-seeded Russian struck the most unexpected shot from his typically unorthodox game: an underarm serve.But Tsitsipas seemed to read it perfectly, and didn’t panic when Medvedev rushed in behind it. Instead, Tsitsipas blasted a backhand winner up the line to clinch the victory. “A very millennial shot, so true,” the fifth seed commented in his post-match press conference. “Well, once he took like a short break, I saw he stopped. I felt like there was something coming up, so at that point I think I got prepared for it. “It’s that, like, less of a second when you realise something is about to change from a regular [serve]. It was fine. I [did] what I had to do.”That’s what the 22-year-old Greek player has been doing all fortnight long: working hard, staying prepared, and taking care of business to return to the semi-finals in Paris for the second year in a row. The FedEx ATP Race To Turin leader has only dropped one set en route to the last four, in the third round against big-serving John Isner. He’s been on song with wins over Jeremy Chardy, Pedro Martinez and 12th seed Pablo Carreno Busta, and overcame the mental challenge of his 1-6 ATP Head2Head against Medvedev in the quarter-finals for a tour-leading 38th win on the season. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Stefanos Tsitsipas (@stefanostsitsipas98)“I'm playing good. That will show by itself,” Tsitsipas said. “I don't think there's a player out there [in the draw] that thinks they can't win the tournament. I'm pretty sure they all know they can play well. “Of course I'm playing good [too], and I think if I keep repeating the process, keep repeating the everyday hustle that I put [in], for sure there's going to be a reward. And why not?” After reaching his third consecutive Grand Slam semi-final, the Greek player told press he is still hungry for more.Standing between Tsitsipas and his first appearance in the championship match of a major will be sixth seed Alexander Zverev, whom he leads 5-2 in their ATP Head2Head. It will be the youngest Roland Garros semi-final since Rafael Nadal, 22, defeated Novak Djokovic, 21, here in 2008. But Tsitsipas won’t be satisfied emulating the Big Three or setting ‘youngest since’ records for much longer – he wants to leave his own mark on the game.“I feel privileged that I'm in that position,” Tsitsipas said. “I feel obviously I've put in a lot of daily hard work and [that] has been a key element of me being here. But my ego tells me I want more.”
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