Alexander Zverev hits the minimum target in the ATP 250 in Cologne by beating Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the semifinal. The final 7-5 7-6 (3), also conditioned by a small empty passage near the finish line, tells in a rather exhaustive way all the how and why.
By the way: Felix Auger Aliassime will also try to win after five consecutive defeats in the final, after the final victory 6-3 1-6 6-3 against Roberto Bautista Agut.
But in yesterday's match against Fokina, the funniest moment happened at the end of the match when a small dog appeared who enjoyed playing with Alexander Zverev, who threw a tennis ball at him in the middle of the court. Below is the video.
Alexander Zverev reached this season his first Grand Slam final, losing in the Flushing Meadows bubble the US Open final match against the Austrian rival and friend Dominic Thiem.
🇩🇪 @AlexZverev's winners walk in Cologne 👊
With a special 🐶 appearance! @bett1hulks pic.twitter.com/ng8tQQUTU1
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