Showing posts with label Citi Open. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Citi Open. Show all posts

Monday, August 7, 2017

Video: Alexander Zverev Citi Open Champion Press Conference

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Video: Alexander Zverev Citi Open Champion Press Conference

Enjoy Alexander Zverev's press conference after winning the Citi Open 2017 title in Washington.

Video: Story of the 2017 Citi Open in Washington

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Video: Story of the 2017 Citi Open in Washington

Relive the best moments from the 2017 Citi Open in Washington, D.C., where Alexander Zverev won his first ATP World Tour 500-level title and his fourth crown of the season.

Video: Zverev Washington 2017 final Interview

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 final Interview

Alexander Zverev talks about winning his first ATP World Tour 500-level title on Sunday at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C.

Video: Citi Open Final Highlights: Zverev vs Anderson

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Video: Citi Open Final Highlights: Zverev vs Anderson

Watch highlights of Alexander Zverev beating Kevin Anderson to win the 2017 Citi Open in Washington, D.C.




Photo: Mike Lawrence/Citi Open

Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Final Hot Shot

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Final Hot Shot

Watch Sascha Zverev hit a backhand hot shot winner past Kevin Anderson during the Citi Open final in Washington, D.C. on Sunday.



Photo: Mike Lawrence / Citi Open

Zverev wins Citi Open 2017 title, takes fourth ATP title of the year

Zverev wins Citi Open 2017 title, takes fourth ATP title of the year

Alexander Zverev defeated Kevin Anderson 6-4, 6-4 to win the Citi Open 2017 title, his fourth title of the year.

Zverev dropped only nine points on his serve and never faced a break point in becoming the youngest player to win four ATP titles in a year, or take the Washington crown, since Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro did it at 19 in 2008.

"I improved a lot in the last few months to get where I can win tournaments," Zverev said. "The longer the tournament goes for me the better I'm able to play. Hopefully this can continue to be like that."

Citi Open Finals Results Sunday August 6th 2017

Citi Open Finals Results Sunday August 6th 2017

Finals
(5)Alexander Zverev Defeats (15)Kevin Anderson 64 64

Finals
(1) Henri Kontinen/John Peers Defeats (2)Lukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo 765 64

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Video: Washington 2017 Semis Highlights

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Video: Washington 2017 Semis Highlights

Watch Saturday highlights from the Citi Open, featuring semi-final wins from Alexander Zverev and Kevin Anderson.

Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Hot Shot

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Hot Shot

Watch as Alexander Zverev fires two ferocious forehands to win this hot shot at the Citi Open in Washington, DC.

Video: Zverev Washington 2017 SF Interview

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 SF Interview

Alexander Zverev reflects on his strong performance in the Citi Open semi-finals as he gets one step closer to claiming his first 500-level title.

Video: Anderson Washington 2017 SF Interview

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Video: Anderson Washington 2017 SF Interview

Kevin Anderson discusses his confidence in his performance in Washington, DC as he continues his quest for his first ATP 500 title.

Sock calls Citi Open surface probably 'worst court on tour'

Sock calls Citi Open surface probably 'worst court on tour'

Jack Sock called the surface at the Citi Open "probably the worst court on tour" after losing to Kevin Anderson 63 64 in the semifinals on Saturday.

Despite winning his first three matches at the hard-court tuneup for the U.S. Open, Sock said he was upset about the conditions in Washington all week.

"Pretty shocking tennis court," Sock said. "I don't think I'll be back at this tournament probably in the future. It's probably the worst court of the year. Speed, bounces, everything. It's pretty shocking."

Sock, ranked 19th, has played this tournament every year since 2013.

Citi Open Finals Order of Play Sunday August 6th 2017

Citi Open Finals Order of Play Sunday August 6th 2017

Stadium Starts at 12:30 pm / ATP DOUBLES FINAL
F
(1)Henri Kontinen/John Peers vs (2)Lukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo
Not Before 3:00 pm / ATP SINGLES FINAL
F
(15)Kevin Anderson vs (5)Alexander Zverev
Not Before 5:00 pm / WTA SINGLES FINAL
F
(7)Ekaterina Makarova vs (4)Julia Goerges - WTA

Citi Open Results Saturday August 5th 2017

Citi Open Results Saturday August 5th 2017

Semi-Finals
(5)Alexander Zverev Defeats (2) WC Kei Nishikori 63 64
(15)Kevin Anderson Defeats (8)Jack Sock 63 64

Semi-Finals
(1)Henri Kontinen/John Peers Defeats (3)Jamie Murray/Bruno Soares 67 75 10-8
(2)Lukasz Kubot/Marcelo Melo Defeats (4)Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan 76 64

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Video: Washington 2017 Friday Highlights

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Video: Washington 2017 Friday Highlights

Watch Friday highlights from the Citi Open, featuring quarter-final wins from Kei Nishikori and Alexander Zverev.

Video: Nishikori Washington 2017 QF Interview

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Video: Nishikori Washington 2017 QF Interview

Kei Nishikori discusses saving three match points against #NextGenATP American Tommy Paul to reach the Citi Open semi-finals.



Video: Zverev Washington 2017 QF Interview

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 QF Interview

Alexander Zverev discusses his performance in the all-#NextGenATP QF match against Daniil Medvedev and looks ahead to his second semi-final at the Citi Open.

Video: Anderson Washington 2017 QF Interview

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Video: Anderson Washington 2017 QF Interview

Kevin Anderson discusses his performance against Yuki Bhambri in the Citi Open semi-finals.

Video: Sock Washington 2017 QF Interview

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Video: Sock Washington 2017 QF Interview

Jack Sock discusses his win over Milos Raonic and his strategy for upcoming opponent Kevin Anderson at the Citi Open in Washington, DC.

Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Hot Shot

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Video: Zverev Washington 2017 Hot Shot

Watch an amazing performance from both NextGen players as Alexander Zverev manages to return a quick volley from Daniil Medvedev in the Citi Open quarter-finals.



Photo: Peter Staples