When Alexander Zverev from Germany and Karen Khachanov, Russian Olympic Committee collide in Sunday’s gold-medal match of men’s tennis at 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Olympic glory will be on the line Zverev, who came from a set down and rallied to beat world No. 1 Novak Djokovic, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1. Djokovic was unable to achieve a rare Golden Slam, and his 22-match winning streak was ended by the victory. Khachanov will play in the largest final of his career. Khachanov, 25, has won four singles titles in his career but none since 2018. The match will begin at 3:15 a.m. ET.

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When:Thursday, July 29-Sunday, August 1
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If you get access to NBC and their cable channels as part of your cable, satellite, or Live TV Streaming Service, you can watch the entire 2020 Tokyo Olympics using the NBC Sports App, NBC App, and NBCOlympics.com. You can stream all Olympic events live and also view them on-demand.

You can download the NBC and NBC Sports App on all major streaming platforms including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS, and Android. After you have done that, you will be able to use your streaming credentials or cable credentials to log into the app and unlock streaming.

You will not be able to stream or receive cable access. Instead, you’ll get a 30-minute pass with 5 minutes per day.

  1. Visit NBCOlympics.com to choose a live stream
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William Hill Sportsbook has Zverev listed as a -300 favorite (risk $300 for $100) in the most recent Zverev Vs. Khachanov odds. Khachanov is listed as +250 as an underdog. Total games are 22.5. Before making any Khachanov vs. Zverev picks, you need to see the Olympics 2020 picks and predictions from tennis handicapper Sean Calvert.

Calvert was the handicapper who called Stan Wawrinka the winner of the 2014 Australian Open at 60-1. This is the last Australian title won without Federer or Djokovic. Calvert won a huge score of 80-1 on Dominic Thiem winning Indian Wells in 2019. He also won both his bets on the Wimbledon men’s doubles final earlier this month: Djokovic will win three sets to one (+275), Djokovic will win, and Djokovic and both players will win a set (+130).

Calvert has now released his most coveted bet for Zverev and Khachanov. He’s sharing his Olympics picks and tennis analysis only at SportsLine.

Alexander Zverev vs. Karen Khachanov preview

Zverev has served spectacularly at the Olympics. The 24-year-old German player has won 79 per cent of his points in five matches played in Tokyo. This is a significant improvement on his year-to date average of 76 percent on the ATP Tour.

He has also avoided double faults at the Olympics so far, making only three in all tournaments. He has averaged 5.5 double errors per match over the Tour’s last year, which is the third highest number among all players. Calvert told SportsLine that this is a remarkable feat by Calvert’s standards. It suggests that Calvert has been feeling quite comfortable, as double faults are more common when he’s stressed.

Khachanov seems to have regained his form that saw him win three titles in 2018’s tournament. The semifinals victory over Pablo Carreno Busta continued a string that has seen him win victories over Ugo Humbert and Diego Schwartzman. Calvert stated that prior to this week, Khachanov had not shown this level of performance since the 2018 Paris Masters when he beat Djokovic in final.

Khachanov also won the two matches against Zverev. The Russian won 6-3,6-3 in Canada in 2019, while he won 6-1,6-1 in Paris in 2018. Both matches were played outdoors on hard courts.

How to make Khachanov picks over Zverev

Calvert is a fan of the over 22.5 total games (-125) and has a best-bet for this Zverev/Khanov match that you should see. Be sure to check out Calvert’s picks and analysis before making your Olympics 2020 picks for the men’s final.

Who will win Khachanov vs. Zverev at the 2020 Olympics men’s final? Visit SportsLine now to see Sean Calvert’s best bet, all from the tennis handicapper who called Wawrinka winning the 2014 Australian Open at 60-1, and find out.