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Olympic glory will be at stake when Alexander Zverev of Germany and Karen Khachanov of the Russian Olympic Committee collide in the gold-medal match for men's tennis at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Sunday at Centre Court of Ariake Tennis Park. Zverev enters the final coming off a stunning upset, rallying from a set down to knock off world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1. The victory ended Djokovic's quest for a rare Golden Slam and ended his 22-match winning streak. Meanwhile, Khachanov will be playing in the biggest final of his career. The 25-year-old has four career singles titles but none since 2018. The match is scheduled to start at approximately 3:15 a.m. ET.
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William Hill Sportsbook lists Zverev as a -300 favorite (risk $300 to win $100) in the latest Zverev vs. Khachanov odds, with Khachanov listed at +250 as the underdog. The over-under for total games is 22.5. Before making any Khachanov vs. Zverev picks, you need to.
Calvert is the handicapper who called Stan Wawrinka winning the 2014 Australian Open at 60-1, the last Australian title won by someone other than Djokovic or Federer. In 2019, Calvert took down a huge score on Dominic Thiem winning Indian Wells at 80-1. And earlier this month he nailed both of his bets for the Wimbledon men's singles final: Djokovic to win three sets to one (+275) and Djokovic to win and both players to win a set (+130).
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Now, Calvert has analyzed the latest Olympics 2020 odds and released his coveted best bet for Zverev vs. Khachanov..
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Zverev has been serving devastatingly well at the Olympics. In five matches in Tokyo, the 24-year-old German has won 79 percent of the points on his first serve. That's an improvement over his year-to-date average on the ATP Tour (76 percent).
In addition he has avoided double faults so far at the Olympics, making just three all tournament. Over the last year on the Tour, he is averaging 5.5 double faults per match, the third most among all players. "That is fabulous by his standards and suggests that he's been feeling pretty comfortable because the double faults tend to come when he's under stress," Calvert tells SportsLine.
Alexander Zverev stuns Novak Djokovic, ends his Golden Slam dreams in Olympic semifinals
Novak Djokovic's run for the gold came to an end Friday in an upset loss to German Alexander Zverev in the semifinals at the Tokyo Oympics. Things looked promising for Djokovic early, as he dominated Zverev in the first set 6-1. Djokovic started to lose ground in the second set, but was still ahead 3-2 after five games. Zverev took the next four games, winning the set 6-3 and forcing a third set. It was the first time during the Olympics Djokovic lost a set. Zverev looked dominant from there. He took the first 4 games of the final set. Djokovic showed signs of life late, winning the fifth game, but Zverev wouldn't allow Djokovic to come back.
Meanwhile Khachanov has seemingly regained the form that helped him win three tournament titles in 2018. His victory over Pablo Carreno Busta in the semifinals continued a string of recent wins that includes victories over eighth-seeded Diego Schwartzman and 14th-seeded Ugo Humbert. "Prior to this week we hadn't seen this sort of level from Khachanov since his 2018 Paris Masters run when he beat Djokovic in the final, so we've been waiting a long time for him to spark back to life," Calvert said.
In addition Khachanov dominated the last two matchups against Zverev. In 2019 the Russian won 6-3, 6-3 in Canada, and in 2018 he won 6-1, 6-1 in Paris. Both matches were played on outdoor hard courts.
How to make Khachanov vs. Zverev picks
Calvert likes the over 22.5 total games (-125), and he's also locked in a best bet for this Zverev vs. Khachanov match that you need to see..
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