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Alexander Zverev 10 Personal Facts, Bio, Wiki

German tennis player
Born: April 20, 1997 (age 25 years), Hamburg, Germany
Height: 1.98 m
Weight: 90 kg

Coach: David Ferrer (2020–2020), Juan Carlos Ferrero (2017–2018), Ivan Lendl (2018–2019)
Siblings: Mischa Zverev
Gold medal: Tennis at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Men’s singles
Education: Kurpfalz Gymnasium und Realschule Mannheim (2013), Gymnasium Heidberg

Age 25(1997.04.20)
Turned Pro 2013
Weight 198lbs(90kg)
Height 6’6″(198cm)

Birthplace Hamburg, Germany
Plays Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Coach Sergi Bruguera, Alexander Zverev Sr.

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Alexander Zverev 10 Fast Facts, Bio, Wiki

Zverev is known by the nickname “Sascha”. He lives in Monte Carlo, Monaco. He grew up in Hamburg and also has spent his winters living in Florida at the Saddlebrook Academy since he was 12 years old. He can speak German, Russian, and English.

Zverev’s tennis idol is Roger Federer. Zverev plays other sports in his spare time such as basketball and golf. He is a fan of the Miami Heat in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.

Zverev’s best friend on the tour is Brazilian doubles specialist Marcelo Melo, a former French Open and Wimbledon champion.

Zverev has a daughter, born in 2021, with Brenda Patea, an ex-girlfriend.

Since 2021, Zverev has been in a relationship with Sophia Thomalla.

Began playing tennis at age 5.

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 idolised Roger Federer.

Got Federer’s autograph as a 5-year-old and took a photo with him as an 11-year-old at 2008 Halle, which still hangs above his childhood bed. Federer won singles and Mischa won doubles title at 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.

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 after tearing 3 ligaments in right ankle during 2022 Roland Garros SF vs. Nadal.

Led ATP Tour with 6 titles in 2021 and leads all players born since 1990 with 19 career titles, defeating No. 1 Djokovic en route to 2018 and 2021 Nitto ATP Finals titles, as well as 2020 Tokyo Olympics gold medal (held in 2021).

Reached 1st Grand Slam final at 2020 US Open, rallying from 2-set deficit for 1st time to defeat Carreno Busta in SF before squandering 2-set lead for 1st time against Thiem in final.

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).

Alexander Zverev is a German tennis player whose talent and power are such that he has been earmarked as a future World No. 1 right since the time he turned 18.