Hyeon Chung vs Mischa Zverev – Australian Open: Hyeon Chung is a South-Korean 21-year-old player that occupies the 58th position of the ATP Rankings.
Chung is an aggressive player, who has a good forehand, being good from the baseline, and having solid strokes and the ability to play both on the attack or to be consistent.
He has a very good playing level and this season he might achieve more solid results if he is able to avoid injuries.
On this start of the season, he reached the 2nd round at ATP Brisbane, where he lost in 3 sets to Kyle Edmund, and the quarter-finals at ATP Auckland, where he lost in straight sets to David Ferrer.
Chung has been playing well and he has reached the 2nd round here last season.
Mischa Zverev is a German 30-year-old player that occupies the 35th position of the ATP Rankings.
Zverev is a fast court player, a player that likes to serve and then advance into the net since he has a good volley.
Zverev has had a 2017 season where he was able to get very good results. Zverev reached the quarter-finals here last season, where he defeated Andy Murray for example.
That allowed him to get on track for a good season last year. The beginning of 2018 isn’t being nothing special for him and he reached the 2nd round at ATP Brisbane and the 1st round at ATP Sydney.
Head-to-head record: Hyeon Chung leads 2-0
Hyeon Chung vs Mischa Zverev – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Chung is clearly the superior player, especially from the baseline.
He already defeated the German player in two different occasions and I believe he will do it again in this match.
Zverev will try to be more pragmatic and try to play shorter rallies, but the Asian player is very good from the baseline and will control the pace of the match and the ball exchanges.
Chung might make a good campaign in this tournament, he has been playing well and has every condition to win this match.
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