Roland Garros: Ruud crushes Zverev and will face Djokovic in the Final

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the norwegian Casper Ruud He qualified for his second consecutive Final of Roland Garros after defeating the German Alexander Zverev6-3, 6-4 and 6-0, and will face off for his first Grand Slam title against the Serbian Novak Djokovicwhich is seeking its twenty-third major.

After having lost last year on this same stage against Rafael Nadal and at the US Open against Carlos Alcaraz, the Scandinavian will have a new rival in the Final, whom he has never defeated in their four previous duels, in which neither He has not even won a set.

The 24-year-old player, fourth racket in the world ranking, advances to his second Final of the great French showing a solid game after a hesitant start to the season.

The Norwegian was far superior to Zverev, who is coming off a long injury that forced him to leave Roland Garros in the Semifinals last year when he was facing Rafael Nadal.

The German, who has spent half a year away from the slopes, is recovering his level, which has helped him reach his third consecutive 'Semis', but it has not been enough against an opponent as solid as the Norwegian.

Ruud has been increasing his level over the days and in the last two games he has shown great solidity, against the Danish Holger Rune and this Friday against Zverev.

Winner of the Estoril title and semifinalist at the Rome Masters, the Norwegian is an expert on clay who trains at Nadal's academy in Manacor.

This is how he dealt with a Zverev who at no time gave the feeling of being able to compete to become the second German to reach the Final in Paris, after Michael Stich.

(With information from EFE)

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