Facts of Alexander Zverev
|Full Name||Alexander Zverev|
|Father Name||Alexander Zverev Sr.|
|Father Profession||tennis player|
|Mother Name||Irina Zvereva|
|Mother Profession||tennis plater|
|Relation With||Olya Sharypova, Brenda Patea|
|Date of Birth||April 20,1997|
Alexander Zverev is a German tennis player. He is ranked as the second-youngest player in the Top 10 by ATP.
Zverev was the champion at the 2018 ATP Finals and reached his first Grand Slam final at the 2020 U.S. Open but lost to Dominic Thiem.
His Family of Tennis Player
Alexander is the son of Alexander Zverev Sr. and his wife, Irina Zvereva. He has a sibling named Mischa Zverev.
His parents, and brother, are professional tennis players.
His father was ranked as high as No. 175 in the World while his mother was the fourth-highest ranked women’s player.
His brother, Mischa, has been ranked as No. 25 in the World and is a former World No.1 junior.
He has won a junior Grand Slam singles title at the 2014 Australian Open. He is married to Evgenia Zverev.
The above picture consists of Alexander with his family. Mischa posts it with the caption
‘Well done Sash.’
Alexander’s relationship status
Alexander is single as of 2020. He is focused on his career rather than on relationships and weddings.
Alexander had a love affair with Olya Sharypova, but the pair split after a year of togetherness.
He then dated German model Brenda Patea. The loving duo first met during the Paris Masters in November 2019.
The rumors of them dating were confirmed when Brenda was spotted in the stands watching Zverev at the Mexican Open.
However, after a few months, the couple unfollowed each other and even deleted pictures of the duo from their respective social media handles.
Alexander Controversy after breaking his self-isolation protocol
Alexander was part of the Adria Tour in Belgrade and Serbia amidst a social pandemic.
There were no social distancing protocols followed, and he was spending time with other competitors, meeting their family and children, and visiting the night club in Belgrade.
Players like Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric, and Novak Djokovic went home to Belgrade tested positive.
After receiving the news, Alexander made a statement about the entire situation and tweeted that he had tested negative and apologized for playing the Adria Tour and putting people at risk.
He further added he would stay self-isolated, but that didn’t last long as he was spotted in a crowded club on an Instagram video posted by German designer Philipp Plein just after few days of his tweet.
Controversies with his former coaches
Juan Carlos Ferrero and Alexander worked together for eight months before they parted.
In an interview, Juan mentioned that Zverev used to go to the same match back and forth.
He further added that he used to be in court for three hours.
The irony was, he could not perform quality training for an hour and a half.
Zverev didn’t have a good relationship with his second coach Ivan Lendl either.
They worked together for 11 months.
The 23-year-old stated that Lendl was more interested in his dog and his golf game than in professional coaching.
Alexander’s net worth is estimated to be $19 Million.
He holds over 11 career titles and has earned over $17 Million of prize money.
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Age and height
- Alexander is born on April 20, 1997, which makes him age 23 as of 2020.
- He stands tall with a height of 6 feet and 6 inches.