Alexander Shevchenko is in his first ATP final in Moselle, France. At 22 years old, he is now in the top 50 players in the ATP rankings.
Can Shevchenko go all the way in Moselle and capture his first ATP title? The bookies at William Hill pick his opponent, Ugo Humbert, as the favorite. Shevchenko gives you 3.10 times your bet at the time of writing. If you are curious about live tennis betting, check out our other articles.
Shevchenko has been fired up all tournament and has shown a cunning mix of creativity and shotmaking. However, he will play against an in-form local favorite in Humbert, who already has the experience of winning ATP titles (he has three to his name at the time of writing). Can the young Russian overcome the odds?
The TN Prediction is that Humbert wins in three sets.
But no matter what, Shevchenko will be a player to watch in the future. With the experienced Gunter Bresnik (Dominic Thiem’s ex-coach) in his box and excellent all-court abilities, he should be a threat as a his game progresses.
Alexander Shevchenko’s Racquet
Sadly, we don’t know the specs of Shevchenko’s racquet. He is playing with a Babolat Pure Strike 98 in an 18×20 string pattern. If you know his exact specifications, string and tension, please reach out and we will update this post.
His game is based on control and moving the opponent around. He likes to mix up his plays with drop shots, coming to the net and varied style of tennis.
For you tennis gossip people, Shevchenko is engaged to fellow tennis player, Anastasia Potapova. They got engaged in September this year and is yet another tennis power couple like Tsitsipas/Badosa, Monfils/Svitolina, De Minaur/Boulter.
What lies in store for Alexander Shevchenko? How far can he go? First, he needs to win this final and show that he has what it takes in critical moments. If he can do that, he will have plenty of confidence going into 2024.
Let me know what you think of Shevchenko’s game in the comments.