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Alexander Zverev played tennis in the middle of the earthquake – Tennis

The players played in the middle of the earthquake.

Earthquake hit Acapulco, Mexico, on Friday, where the semi-finals of the ATP tennis tournament Alexander Zverevin and Dominik Köpferin between.

The attached video released on the ATP tour shows how the camera recording the match began to vibrate from the force of the quake.

Zverev coolly slotted it home for a 1 – 0 lead.

– I didn’t know what happened. The lights began to squeak. The crowd felt the quake more strongly than we players, Zverev commented after the match BBC:lle.

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– We could only hear the reaction of the audience. We ran around the field, so we had to play a point to finish during the earthquake. We didn’t feel that much, but I know this is happening in Acapulco. Hopefully everyone is fine in the quake zone, Zverev continued.

The 5.7 magnitude earthquake did not interrupt the match but Zverev won 6-4 7-6 (7-5) in just over a couple of hours. Seven of the world list will face viton in the final, Stefanos Tsitsipasin.

To the tournament participating British four-player Ken Skupskin according to the quake lasted only five seconds, but was enough to frighten him.

– I haven’t experienced anything like it before. I hope this was left alone because there is a fear that a bigger and stronger earthquake would strike here in the next few hours or days, Skupski commented to the BBC.

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