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French Open 2021: Alexander Zverev fights back in third set against Oscar Otte- Follow LIVE updates

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French Open 2021: Alexander Zverev fights back in third set against Oscar Otte- Follow LIVE updates- In a shocking development, Sixth-seeded Alexander Zverev has lost the first couple of sets 6-3, 6-3 against Oscar Otte in the first round of the 2021 French Open. He needs to bounce back if he has to stay in the Paris showpiece event. Earlier today, World No. 4 Dominic Thiem crashed out of Roland Garros after playing against Pablo Andujar. 

Ranked no. 6, Zverev had lost 6-3 6-4 to Nadal in the quarterfinals of Rome and will aim to better his record on clay. He has an 18-8 win-loss record in 2021, which gets better on clay. In Acapulco, he thrashed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final 6-4 7-6(3) and in Madrid, he defeated Matteo Berrettini in the final 6-7(8) 6-4 6-3.

On the other hand, ranked no. 152 by ATP, the Oscar Otte showed great show in the qualifiers by beating Prajnesh Gunneswaran 6-2 6-2, Danilo Petrovic 6-1 7-5 and Hugo Dellien 6-2 6-0. He has an 11-8 win-loss record in 2021, 11-6 on clay. Oscar reached the final in the Prague Challenger this year. He is yet to win a major title in tennis tournaments.

French Open 2021: Alexander Zverev vs Oscar Otte- Head-to-head

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Alexander Zverev vs Oscar Otte: When where and how to watch French Open 2021 / Roland Garros 2021?

France: Amazon Prime Video

Australia: Channel Nine, 9 Go, 9GEM, 9Now and OTT-platform Stan

Brazil: Globo and Bandsports

USA: Tennis Channel, NBC Universal

Europe: Eurosport, itv, ptc

Canada: TSN, RDS

Latin America: ESPN

North America and Middle East: beIn Sports

Sub Saharan Africa: SuperSport

INDIA: Star Sports Select/ OTT-platform Disney+Hotstar

China: CMG

South East Asia: Fox Sports

Japan: TV Tokyo

New Zealand Sky: Sky

Alexander Zverev vs Oscar Otte: What about prize money?

“With the prize money awarded at the 2021 tournament, Roland-Garros is continuing to support those players who are going through a difficult time, financially speaking,” stressed Roland-Garros tournament director Guy Forget. “Since we have balanced out the men’s and women’s qualifying draws, the male and female players are now on an equal footing.”

In 2021, the prize money will be “more or less the same as in 2020” with a total prize fund of €34,367,215.

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