World number three Alexander Zverev will return to court at the ATP 250 Open Sud de France in Montpellier to get back on track after a lacklustre end to his Australian Open campaign.
Alexander Zverev had a very disappointing outing in Australia and the German is eager to return to winning ways. He will try to do that at the Open Sud de France in Montpellier where he will be the top seed. The conditions are indoor conditions which suit his game really well and it's an event he has played before. The German took part in it twice but the last time was in 2017.
Open Sud de France Montpellier Entry List with Auger-Aliassime, Bautista Agut and Monfils (Last Update - 25-01)
He played in the final that year defeating Richard Gasquet as a 19-year old to win his 2nd career trophy. He won 17 more after that for the current total tally of 19. Can he make it 20 in the south of France? Find out next week.
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