In Sunday’s round of the 128th French Open, Alexander Zverev (27th) will face Lloyd Harris (306th).
Zverev last competed on May 26, 2023 at the Gonet Geneva Open where he lost to Nicolas Jarry (6-7, 3-6) in the semifinals. Harris lost two sets in his final match on May 22, 2023 in the Round of 16 at Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon to Arthur Rinderknech (4-6, 2-6).
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Alexander Zverev vs. Lloyd Harris: live stream info and TV channel
- Tournament: French Open
- Round: Round 128
- Date: Sunday, May 28
- TV channel: Tennis channel
- Live stream: Fubo
- Court area: Clay
Duel stats Alexander Zverev vs. Lloyd Harris
- Zverev is 11-6 on clay in the last 12 months with no tournament wins.
- Zverev won 76.4% of his service games on clay over the past year and 31.9% of his return games.
- Zverev has converted 63 of 134 break points on clay (47.0%) over the past year and is ranked 82nd in break points won.
- Zverev was eliminated in the semi-finals of his last tournament (Gonet Geneva Open) 6-7, 3-6 by Jarry ranked No. 54 on May 26.
- Harris has set a record of 2-1 in one tournament on clay over the past year.
- When playing on clay surfaces, Harris has a 66.7% win percentage in service games and a 0% win percentage in return games.
- On clay surfaces, Harris has a break point win percentage (0.0%) after going 0-for-4.
- In his last tournament (Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon) on May 22, Harris faced Rinderknech in the round of 16 and lost 4-6, 2-6.
Zverev vs. Zverev futures Harris
Tennis courses courtesy A typical bookmaker. Odds updated Friday at 6:56 PM ET.
- Zverev’s odds of winning the 2023 French Open: +2500
- Harris’ odds of winning the 2023 French Open: +50000
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