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It wasn't pretty, but Zverev holds for Now it is the German who has the upper hand -- albeit a minor one -- in the fifth set.
This is going to be a roller-coaster ride the rest of the way, isn't it? Well, you probably didn't see that coming Now it is Thiem's turn to wilt under the pressure and he double-faults at to hand the break right back to Zverev.
It's all even in the fifth set: It's only the beginning of the fifth set, but this could be the beginning of the end for Zverev. He gets broken easily and Thiem finally has a lead in the overall match for the first time all day.
The three-time major runner-up will serve at Fourth set Thiem. It's , , , heading into a winner-take all fifth!
We are going five! Just like in last year's final -- when Daniil Medvedev forced a fifth set from two sets to love down against Rafael Nadal -- Thiem has clawed his way out this entire hole to level the match.
It's all going wrong for Zverev now. A flurry of softball second serves and some shaky forehand give a critical break to Thiem, who leads Thiem will serve to make this a second consecutive five-set U.
Open men's final. Thiem cruises through another service game and he keeps the scoreboard pressure on Zverev. As expected, first big moments of the set arrive during the sixth game.
Zverev digs out of a hole with some huge forehands and holds for If Thiem had converted one those break points, we could have been quickly heading for a fifth set.
More bad calls from the linespeople, more routine service holds Zverev gets the job done at love for Thiem holds easily for It has been an uneventful set so far, but you have to think things are about to get interesting as the pressure builds.
Zverev delivers a routine service hold of it's own and it's There have been some dodgy line calls, by the way, throughout this match.
The players aren't the only ones struggling out here Thiem holds at love to open the fourth. Serving first again in this set could be a big help for the year-old, as Zverev did not handle serving from behind well in the second set.
Keeping the pressure on pays off in a BIG way for Thiem. He breaks and takes the third set! It was -- it has to be said -- a very shaky game from Zverev and he has now reached double-digits in the double-fault department for the fourth time at this U.
We have a match on our hands! Zverev was within centimeters of getting a look at a break point, but a challenge by Thiem and an overrule saves him from having to deal with that situation.
The Austrian ends up surviving another deuce game and holds for Zverev will serve to stay in the set. Zverev thwacks a MPH second serve at deuce, when a double-fault would have put him in a hole.
He ends up holding for Now the pressure mounts on Thiem, with Zverev two games from the title. Thiem battles through a deuce game for a critical hold that puts him back in front While the No 2 seed is obviously in more trouble in the overall match, scoreboard pressure is on Zverev in this set.
Zverev holds to He could have used that kind of game at , but he will obviously take it now. It's in the second.
We are into the "business end" of the third and it will probably come down to which man can hold his nerve better than the other. Thiem consolidates at love for a advantage.
It's not much, but heck, any kind of "lead" for Thiem in this match should given him some semblance of confidence.
This is anyone's set right now, as both guys are going in and out of patches of good play and poor play. Having already had some intense clashes, this promised to be another pulsating battle between both and it did not fall short.
Thiem played some extraordinary tennis to come back from a break down in each of the first two sets and claim both sets in tiebreakers.
Despite a Nadal comeback to claim the third, the Austrian kept his nerve in some tight moments to win the fourth in another tiebreak after both players exchanged breaks of serve during the set.
Thiem is looking at his first hard court major final, and plays familiar rival Zverev in the last four. By the end of , he was the winner of three ATP Masters titles , and ended the year winning the Tour Finals in London and being ranked number three on the tour.
However, Zverev has gone from strength to strength here in Melbourne. Although he did not have the most convincing of starts, his form improved as the tournament progressed.
The young German went through his first four rounds without dropping a set and looked in fine form against evergreen Fernando Verdasco and in-form Next Gen Alexander Zverev.
A much anticipated quarter-final clash between him and Stan Wawrinka followed, where Zverev came back after losing the first set , to win the next three sets with some exemplary serving.
Zverev is in the semi-finals of a major for the first time and will be looking to make his first major final.
Both players have fallen short in being consistent at the majors and will look to address that with a shot at the title in Melbourne on Sunday.
Thiem knows what it takes to get to grand slam finals and a showing similar to that against Nadal, should see him make his first Melbourne final.
Expect Thiem to prevail, with another strong performance in a tight four-setter and finally get one step closer to Grand Slam glory.
Get the latest tennis predictions and tips here. Zverev breaks back, and we're at in the final set, with a tie-break to decide the championship. Zverev misses a forehand to hand Thiem the break, and he'll now serve for the title at in the fifth set.
That's three straight games for the Austrian, remember Zverev had a lead just a few minutes ago. Faced with the pressure of serving at , Thiem comes up with two unbelievable forehands to close out the game, and level the fifth set at Zverev's dodgy second serve was once again on show, a kph second serve at highlighting just how nervous he was.
Thiem couldn't convert the first break point, but made no mistake with the second, and we're back on serve!
We may have just seen the decisive game of this championship, with Zverev breaking for a lead! Thiem looked to have done the hard work, winning two tough points after being down, but a missed forehand gave Zverev the break point and he was able to convert.
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