Kwon Soon-Woo’s first match against Alexander Zverev at the Rotterdam Open
Kwon Soon-woo (Dangjin City Hall, 60th place) will have his first ever match against world number 16 Alexander Zverev (Germany) in the first round of the ATP500 ABN Amro Open, which opens in Rotterdam, Netherlands on the 13th (local time).
Kwon Soon-woo is behind Zverev in the rankings, but considering his recent performance and momentum, Kwon Soon-woo has a high chance of winning. Zverev is tall, nearly 2m tall, has a strong backhand카지노, and his main weapon is a powerful serve. Kwon Soon-woo recently lost to Christopher Eubanks (USA) and Jiju Berrys (Switzerland), who are lower ranked than him but have a powerful serve. If he comes up with a plan to deal with the strong server, he is expected to do well against Zverev, who has not been playing well recently.
Kwon Soon-woo recorded the first multi-tour victory in Korea at last year’s ATP500 Japan Open and this year’s ATP250 Adelaide International 2nd round.
On the other hand, Zverev, who left the tour due to an ankle injury at the French Open last year, made a comeback this year through the United Cup, the first mixed national competition, but suffered two defeats, and also suffered a come-from-behind defeat to world number 107 Michael Mo (USA) at the Australian Open. Dropped out of rotation. In the final round of the Davis Cup, he won one win over Swiss ace Stan Wawrinka, but was eliminated with a match score of 2 wins and 3 losses and was relegated to World Group 1.
Kwon Soon-woo participated in this tournament for the first time last year, defeated Hugo Gaston (France) in the first round, advanced to the second round, and lost to Andrei Rublev (Russia), who ranked 7th in the world at the time, and was eliminated. If he beats Zverev this time and goes up to the second round, he will face relatively easy opponents Talon Grigspoor (Netherlands, No. 57) or Mikael Imer (Sweden, No. 73), who recently won in Adelaide. If he makes it to the quarterfinals, there is a high chance he will meet Holger Rune (Denmark), who is ranked 9th in the top 10 world rankings.