ATP Munich Day 3 Predictions Including Alexander Zverev Vs Jurij Rodionov

On day three of the ATP Munich tournament, there are four round of 16 matches,  

two of which include a home German player, including top seed Alexander Zverev. Here's a glimpse at the action.  

Rodionov has already established a career high ranking of #87 this season, cruising through the first round against Vukic and already winning a challenger title.

Playing Zverev is a step up, but with a record of 19-8 on the season, there is little reason to believe the top seeded German 

will be concerned by his Austrian rival. Zverev should continue to improve as he prepares for the French Open. Zverev in 2.

Molleker has had some success on the ATP Challenger Tour recently, but competing at the ATP Tour level has been a step too much; nonetheless

he did win a tour-level match as a wild card when he won his round 1 contest. Draper needed three sets to advance from the first round and is now 10-8 this season,

having reached one ATP final. Draper is not a strong clay player, but he is the superior tennis player;

I believe he will find a way to win regardless of surface. Fritz's record of 12-7 on the year and one ATP victory (Delray) is commendable, but not exceptional.

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