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Haas Joins Young German Hope For Munich Draw Ceremony

Munich, Germany

Draw ceremony© Getty ImagesDr. Markus Fischer (FWU AG), Tommy Haas, Alexander Zverev, Hans de Visser (BMW Group), Tournament Director Patrik Kühnen took part in the BMW Open draw ceremony on Saturday.

Defending champion Tommy Haas, who at 35 years of age is making his 11th appearance at the BMW Open by FWU AG, joined Germany’s youngest player in the draw, Alexander Zverev, for the ceremony at Munich airport on Saturday.

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Second seed Haas, who will meet Alejandro Falla or Jarkko Nieminen in the second round, said, "I have a good feeling. I always feel well in Munich and I love playing here.”

Zverev, who won the Australian Open junior title (d. Kozlov) in January, was drawn to meet Jurgen Melzer.

“It’s a good draw,” said the 17 year old. “I am very motivated to play against Melzer and I am looking forward to get started in the event. The site and atmosphere are great and I feel very comfortable here in Munich."

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