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European clay swing continues with two ATP 250 events
Home favorite Alexander Zverev leads the draw in Munich at the BMW Open by American Express, and could face a second-round matchup against #NextGenATP wild card Holger Rune.
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Zverev, a native of Hamburg, won the Munich title in 2017 and 2018 but fell in the quarter-finals in his past two appearances. He is joined in the top half of the draw by seeded players Reilly Opelka, Cristian Garin and Daniel Evans — the Briton a potential quarter-final opponent.
Second seed Casper Ruud could face Marrakech finalist Alex Molcan in the second round, while Nikoloz Basilashvili and Miomir Kecmanovic could meet in the quarter-finals if the seeds hold.
The pick of the opening-round matches may be eighth seed Botic van de Zandschulp’s meeting with #NextGenATP American Brandon Nakashima, with the pair set to open their ATP Head2Head series.
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At the Millennium Estoril Open, top seed Felix Auger-Aliassime looks to build on a Barcelona quarter-final run and could face Dominic Thiem or Sebastian Korda in the quarter-finals. Thiem, playing as a wild card in the second ATP Tour event of his injury return, opens against France’s Benjamin Bonzi ahead of a potential second-round meeting with eighth seed Korda.
Monte Carlo finalist Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, now at a career-high of No. 27 in the ATP Rankings, earns a bye as the Estoril fourth seed and will open against Federico Coria or a qualifier.
Diego Schwartzman and Marin Cilic lead the bottom half of the draw and will hope to meet in the semis.