Federer vs Zverev

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Roger Federer will be in action in Germany as the best player in the world takes on the local player, Mischa Zverev, at ATP Stuttgart. Anytime that Roger Federer graces the tennis court, it is a joy to watch and I am expecting the same for this game.

Mischa Zverev won his first round match at ATP Stuttgart and straight set and will be feeling confident as he heads into this fixture. The German has a promising French Open and if he can upset the top-seeded player, things will be very good. This will be a tough game for Zverev since he is not nearly at the level of Federer so I am expecting tons of determination from the hometown player.

Roger Federer missed the French Open and will now be entering ATP Stuttgart fresh after a long rest. The Swiss master is amazing at every aspect of tennis and although he is not as young as he once was, he is still as good. Federer has no weaknesses and that is what makes him so hard to play against. While Zverev is playing good tennis, he is no match for Federer and I expect the Swiss Champions to win easily.

As far as betting is concerned, we are getting a very short price on Roger Federer to win this match and as a result, I think it is best if we avoid betting on the outright result. The best bet is the under 2.5 sets. While Zverev will put up a fight, he is not good enough to win a set from Federer and as a result, this game should end in 2 sets.

Federer sat out of the clay-court season as he rested his body ahead of Wimbledon.

The Swiss star is about to kick-off his preparations for the British Grand Slam in Germany following a two-month absence from the game.

Federer was handed a bye in the first round in Stuttgart and he faces a tricky opponent in Misha Zverev, brother of world No 3 Alexander Zverev, in round two.

The 37-year-old suffered a surprising opening-round loss to Tommy Haas last year – and he is keen to avoid another upset the time around.

There is also an added incentive of regaining the world No 1 crown if he can lift the trophy by the end of the week.It feels like there are different steps this week,” Federer said.

“Number one, to win my first round. I didn’t do that last year, losing to Tommy Haas in the first round having had match points.

“So, that was a stinger. That’s my first goal this year, to win my first round and then my next goal will be to make the finals, that would clinch world number one again, at least for a week, that’d be fun.

“And after that, try to win the title.”But we go step by step, I have a lot of good players around me in the draw and I think it’s a tricky one, but I am very excited to be here.”There has been plenty of talk about Federer’s lack of a clothing sponsor in the build-up to the Mercedes Cup (the Swiss himself confirmed that his contract with Nike had expired in March), but the world number two puts that to one side as he targets a successful return to the sport after skipping the clay-court season.

It’s the second straight year that Federer has opted out of the clay court season, suggesting that it may be a permanent formula for the great Swiss as he manages the twilight of his career, but the 36-year-old did not rule out a return to clay during his pre-Stuttgart press conference, saying he would like to take on Rafael Nadal once again at Roland Garros. Whether that will happen or not remains up in the air.

Victory for Nadal at Roland Garros kept the Spaniard above Federer in the world rankings, but the Swiss can regain the position this week with a run to the Stuttgart final. That is of course not a given, as the 20-time Grand Slam champion faces a difficult draw, which has him opening against Mischa Zverev, before a potential quarter final meeting with Canadian young gun, Denis Shapovalov. Federer is competing in Stuttgart for a third straight year- he was beaten by Dominic Thiem in the semi-finals in 2016; and fell to Tommy Haas in the opening round last year. However, he recovered from that defeat to dominate the rest of the grass-court season, winning in Halle and Wimbledon on his way to a tour-leading seven titles for the year.