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tennis | Zverev is crowned Rome Masters champion and reaches his 22nd title

Shoot – German tennis player Alexander Zverev was crowned champion of the Rome Masters after beating Chilean Nicolas Jarry in straight sets with a score of 6/4 7/5 at the end of a match that lasted an hour and 42 minutes.

German Alexander Zverev has won 22 titles during his career, including 6 Masters titles, and is expected to return to fourth place in the world starting tomorrow Monday.

World number five Alexander Zverev qualified for the final of the Rome Championship after beating Chilean Alejandro Tabello in straight sets to one with a score of 1/6 7/6 6/2 after a match that lasted two hours and 16 minutes.

While the Chilean Nicholas Jarry qualified for the final of the Rome Championship after beating the American Tommy Powell in two sets to one with a score of 6/3 6/7 6/3 after two hours and 44 minutes of competition.

Yesterday, Polish world number one Iga Swiwontek was crowned champion of the Rome Women’s Championship after beating Belarusian world number two Irina Sabalenka in straight sets without fault with a score of 6/2 6/3 after a match that lasted a hour and 28 minutes.

The Rome Masters Championship saw the early elimination of world number one, Serbian Novak Djokovic, from the third round after a surprise defeat to world number 32, Chilean Alejandro Tabelo.

The Chilean player created a huge surprise, after managing to defeat Djokovic in two unanswered sets (2/6 3/6), thus eliminating him prematurely from the tournament.

Alejandro Tabello became the first Chilean player to manage to defeat the world number one since 2007, writing his name in light letters in the current version.

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