Alexander Zverev demolishes Albert Ramos to move at US Open

Alexander Zverev is playing the tennis of his life right now and he proved it by smashing Albert Ramos 6-1 6-0 6-3 at the US Open.

Alexander Zverev is on a crusade currently demolishing every player he comes across. The German is riding a very long winning streak dating back to the Olympic Games and it's continuing in New York. His opponent was Albert Ramos and the Spaniard got smashed with ease.

The only time they played so far was in 2014 when Ramos won 6-1 6-0 and Zverev avenged that match quite literally. It was an amazing match from Zverev who was simply dominant both on serve and on return. There is not much Ramos could have done differently as the German was too good.

The first two sets were literal copies of one another as Zverev hit 75% of his 1st serves in both sets. He also dropped only 1st serve point in each set and the results were crushing 6-1 and 6-0. Ramos did what he could but there was not much he could do.

Zverev won the final set with 6-2 ending the match after only 70 minutes which was fairly impressive even against a clay-court specialists on hard courts. The German continues his run towards the title which he believes is achievable.

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