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Citi Open 2018 Championship Review
Tuesday, 07/31/2018
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The Washington DC Tennis 2018 edition kicks off at the Rock Creek Park Tennis centre Washington DC, USA. The highly anticipated tournament running between July 28 and August 5 will host top players. Let the top champions show us what they have in store for us this summer.
Alexander Zverev
After striking down the South African champion Kevin Anderson with a 6-4 6-4 score, Zverev earned his first ATP World Tour 500 Title. The 21-year-old has won four more titles. Alexander dominated in (indoor hard) Open Sud de France and (outdoor clay) BMW Open by FWU. He went on to win with a 6-6 on clay in Rome ATP World Tour Masters 1000. Lastly but not the least he won the (indoor hard) St. Petersburg Open.

What to Expect in the Open
There is a brighter future for this youngster who set for himself good pace after winning four matches in a season. Maybe one day he will be honored with an online casino slot. This was last done by Juan Martin del Potro 10 years back. Alexander last year experienced a setback in a match against Borna Coric. The injury sustained might have destroyed his self-esteem a little. He wasn’t the Alexander Zverev we know throughout the whole of last year and early this season. We are happy that he finally made his come back. The player has regained his winning skills. We are hoping for the best this summer.
Kevin Anderson
Get ready to witness a grand match from the Rainbow Nation tennis player, Kevin Anderson. This player has a set a new record in his career. He reached the top 5 in the ATP rankings. We are not sure what Anderson has rolled in his sleeves. Whatever it is, it is going to make Crazyvegas betting on the Citi Washington Open really fun.
Losing to Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final match, the 32-year-old still claims to be in the right path. The match which saw two tennis giants locking horns and made a history to be remembered. Kevin Anderson is a tycoon on the court. He holds a record of 6 hours and 36 minutes to overcome American John Isner.