The Spanish Fernando Verdasco could not make it through the second round of Cologne tournament (Germany) by losing to the first seed, the German Alexander Zverev by 6-4 and 6-1 in 63 minutes party.
The tranquility of being already qualified for the ATP Finals in London gave him a good boost to face this competition close to home.
The serve of the German, 7 aces, and that the Madrilenian did not get no break option Throughout the game, they explain the difference there was on the German indoor court.
Both players had previously met five times with three victories for Zverev.
Verdasco arrived at the debut of the local candidate with solid premiere win over Andy Murray.
The local candidate’s next rival will be Lloyd Harris.