Grain shocks world number three Zverev

5 May, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Grain shocks world number three Zverev

World number three Alexander Zverev suffered a shock defeat on home soil in the quarter-finals of the Munich Open on Friday, losing 6-4, 5-7, 7-5 to Chile's Cristian Garin. Garin, ranked 44 places below Zverev in the ATP rankings, wasted three match points in the second set and survived two himself at 4-5 down in the third on his way to a deserved victory over reigning ATP Finals champion Zverev. The surprise loss was a first defeat in ten matches on the clay courts of Munich for Zverev, and put an end to his hopes of winning a record third successive title in the city.


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