“Sascha Plays Like This”- Pablo Carreno Busta Believes Alexander Zverev will Make a Good Final at US Open

Diksha Arya

Zverev

After Alexander Zverev defeated Pablo Carreno Busta in the US Open semi-final, Busta believes that the German can win this US Open title. Additionally, Zverev made an epic comeback against the Spaniard after losing onto the first two sets.

But, due to his determination and excellent play with some aggressive shots, the German was able to power himself back into the game, which could be considered as one of the best in its own way.

There were some moments when the world number 7 was sent the second serves at the speed of 125 mph. And this definitely had an impact on how the game later shaped. 

Zverev

Busta, after the match, said, “Yeah, it is tough. But you know that Sascha plays like this, no? He has a really good serve. Sometimes he made the double faults. But normally he also made a very good second serve.”

Spaniard answered when was asked about Zverev’s Grand Slam-winning chances, “Is in a Grand Slam final, he has chances, no? Maybe Dominic and Medvedev are playing very solid and very strong, but Sascha can do also a really good final, no?”

Additionally, He added, “If he serves like in the three sets, in the last three sets, he plays in like the three sets, probably he makes a good final. You never know. The pressure for everybody is always tough.”

“It Is Tough To Assimilate The Opportunity That I Lost Today”- Busta 

Additionally, the word number 27 also said, “I think the problem was not in the return, no? I could return a lot of serves in the first set as well as in the second set.”

Besides, the Spaniard also added, “Then it is true that he starts to serve better. Also, in the fifth set, he serves really well. But that is normal. He makes a lot of points with his serve. It is his best weapon.”

Busta

In addition to this, while it was the second defeat at the Flushing Meadows semi-final for Busta, the Spaniard is still happy to make it till here. He said, “Well. it is tough to say now, no, something positive after losing this match, after losing this opportunity. But for sure, these weeks were amazing, no? I played really well.”

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Besides, talking about his achievements, he said, “I won doubles in Cincinnati. I made it to the semi-finals here. I know that is a good result and a good performance. But now at this moment, it is tough to assimilate the opportunity that I lost today.”

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Diksha Arya

Diksha Arya

A student by day and a writer by night, she expresses her thoughts through writeups and poems and is an ardent cricket, football and tennis lover.
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