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Zverev in mood to take down Kyrgios
Alexander Zverev takes on Nick Kyrgios in the Miami Open quarter-finals and is more than capable of taking down the Australian.

Zverev has been tipped as the next big thing in the men's game and duly took care of three-time Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka in the last 16 on Tuesday.

The 19-year-old proved he has the stomach for a fight by coming from a set down to record a 4-6 6-2 6-1 victory and set up a last-eight clash with the controversial 21-year-old Aussie.

Despite his tender years, Zverev has already claimed two ATP title, beating Wawrinka to take the St Petersburg Open in Russia last September while he was too good for Richard Gasquet in February's Open Sud de France final.

He has yet to show his true colours in a Grand Slam, however, with a march to the third round at this year's Australian Open his best effort along with similar results at the 2016 Wimbledon Championship and the US Open.

But there is no doubt he is a Grand Slam winner in the waiting and will face another man who has been tipped as a future winner of one of the 'big four' events.

Kyrgios continues to polarise opinion, with a few pundits feeling his behaviour both on and off the court is bad for the sport although there is no question he is one of the most talented youngsters on the circuit.

The 21-year-old is still without a permanent coach but does seem to have curbed some of his antics in recent times and results have improved.

He has three titles under his belt but none in 2017 and will be looking to go as deep as possible in Key Biscayne, with no Andy Murray or Novak Djokovic in the field.

The young guns have squared off just once before on the ATP Tour, with Kyrgios coming out on top at Indian Wells earlier this month and he can be backed at n/a to repeat the dose.

Kyrgios has a monster serve but Zverev has already moved past John Isner, whose serve is unrivalled in the modern game, and so he should be able to deal with Thursday's opponent.

The German is priced at n/a to move through to the semi-finals and the way in which he dealt with Wawrinka last time out suggests he has every chance of making the last four.

Recommended bet: Zverev to win at n/a
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