It’s American vs Germany in the final of the Miami Open as the experienced Isner goes up against a youthful Zverev.
Zverev has not lost a set since, ousting No. 17 Nick Kyrgios, Indian Wells semi-finalist Borna Coric and No. 16 Pablo Carreno Busta.
“I think I’m playing okay. I’m playing well now,” Zverev said.
“Hopefully I can continue so in the final, and we’ll see how that goes.”
Meanwhile, Isner, who has lost all three of his previous meetings against Zverev, has seen off the likes of Marin Cilic and Hyeon Chung on route to the final.
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“With my game, if I’m doing the right things, it doesn’t really matter who I’m playing,” said Isner, who won the Indian Wells doubles title with Jack Sock.
“I’m going to be very tough to beat.”
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Source : EXPRESS