|Date of Birth||
April 20, 1997
Men's Singles, Doubles
|Year of Turning Pro||
6 Feet 6 Inches
Alexander Zverev is a German professional tennis player, who turns pro and starts playing internationally since 2013. He is currently ranked as the World’s No. 5 tennis star by ATP ranking and considered the youngest tennis player placed in top 10 tennis star by the Association of Tennis Professionals.
He is one exceptional top-ranked tennis player, who has an equal success rate in both singles and doubles formats. Zverev has had a perfect background for an emerging tennis player, as parents were a professional tennis player and represented their national internationally.
Alexander Zverev began playing tennis from an unbelievable early age and took professional training since he was 5 years old only. At his childhood, he was fond of hockey and football game as well, but over time, learned to focus on his true love only that was tennis.
He started playing internationally at junior level from the age of 12 and has participated in several international junior tournaments since then. After living a glorious tennis career at the junior level, he began his international career in 2013, at the age of just 16. Alexander is also an antagonistic baseliner and mostly praised for his impactful ground-strokes.
He could serve at 220 km/h angles with the best advantages of his 6 ft 6 inches height. In spare time, Zverev is fond of playing basketball and golf for refreshing his mind.
He has participated in 11 Australian Open matches and won 7 times
|Achievements/Records Associated With||
Currently Ranked No. 5 in ATP player ranking for tennis