Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 5 and has suffered from diabetes since age 4. Created Alexander Zverev Foundation in 2022 to support children with diabetes and provide medication for those in developing countries with the condition.
    • Speaks German, Russian and English.
    • Daughter, Mayla.
    • Father, Alexander, and mother, Irina, are former pro tennis players who have served as his coach; brother, Mischa, also plays on ATP Tour. Family moved from Russia to Germany in 1991.
    • As a young child, traveled on tour with Mischa and idolisedRoger Federer.
    • Got Federer's autograph as a 5-year-old and took a photo withhim as an 11-year-old at 2008 Halle, which still hangs above his childhood bed. Federer won singles and Mischa won doubles titleat 2008 Halle.
    • Lost 2019 exhibition to Federer in front of 42,517 fans in Mexico City(2nd-largest crowd in tennis history).
    • Named 2015 ATP Newcomer of the Year.
    • Big dog lover who travels around the world with his 2 dogs, Lovik and Junior (Lovik's son).
    • Avid football and basketball fan. Supports German national football team and Miami Heat (NBA).
    • Enjoys playing golf and video games (FIFA).
    • Rated the 16th-most marketable athlete in the world in 2019 by SportsPro.
    • Featured in Vogue's 2015 and 2017 September issue, and on cover of The Economist in 2018.
    • Donated $50,000 to bushfire relief in Australia -- $10,000 for each of his wins at 2020 Australian Open.
    • Tore 3 ligaments in right ankle during 2022 Roland Garros SF vs Rafael Nadal, undergoing surgery on 8 June 2022.


    • Former World No. 1 junior achieved career-high No. 2 on 13 June 2022 after tearing 3 ligaments in right ankle during 2022 Roland Garros SF vs. Nadal. Returned in January2023.
    • Finished in Top 10 for 5 straight years from 2017-2021 withyear-end best No. 3 in 2021. Returned to Top 10 in 2023 and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals for 6th time.
    • Led ATP Tour with 6 titles in 2021 andwon his 20th title in his birthplace of Hamburg in 2023. He has the most titles (21) of all players born since 1990.
    • Has winsover No. 1 Djokovic en route to 2018 Nitto ATP Finals, 2020 Tokyo Olympics and 2021 Nitto ATP Finals championships.
    • Reached 1st Grand Slam final at 2020 US Open, rallying from 2-set deficit for 1st time to defeat Carreno Busta inSF before squandering2-set lead for 1st time against Thiem infinal.
    • Defeated Djokovic at 2017 Rome and Federer at 2017 Montreal for 1st and 2nd of his 5 ATP Masters 1000 titles.
    • Joined Murray and Thiem as 3rd player to defeat Djokovic on hard (3 times), Federer on grass (2016 Halle SF) and Nadal on clay (2021 Madrid QF).


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