Zverev is only angry after the ATP Cup

Zverev is only angry after the ATP Cup

The group stage was over: Alexander Zverev & Co had missed the semi-finals in the ATP Cup in preparation for the Australian Open.

Felt for the final act of the ATP Cup Alexander Zverev “A little pointless”. “It was relatively tough mentally, we are playing a match for more or less nothing,” said the Olympic champion. Against him were 4:6, 6:4, 3:6 Felix Auger-Aliasime He conceded his first defeat of the year.

The German team had no chance of reaching the semi-finals before the final group game of the team competition began. Because: Great Britain had previously won against the USA (2-1). The duel with Canada was eventually lost 2–1. Zverev was outraged: “With the team we were here with, we would have had a chance to win the ATP Cup.”

But the German number one will soon be on his way to an even bigger target at the Australian Open, which begins on January 17. Zverev is once again looking for his first Grand Slam title. He can build on a “generally relatively positive” first week in Australia.

Australian Open: What can be expected of Zverev

He didn’t feel the greatest motivation against Auger-Aliasim. against its two previous singles Cameron Norrie (UK) and taylor fritz (USA) He designed solidly for himself. And he built on his strong form, with which he won the ATP Finals in Turin at the end of the year.

Zverev can be expected in the fight for the title, and the German number two also wants a good tournament Jan-Lenard Struff Play Play. In a duel with Canada, Warsteiner had to fight for the world number 14. Denis Shapovalov Despite the impressive performance, he was beaten 6:7 (5:7), 6:4, 3:6. made to the point kevin kravitz And Tim Putzi in double. “It’s so much fun in the team again, it’s a shame that time is up,” Struff said.

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Olympic tennis champion Alexander Zverev in turmoil over top star’s refusal to enter Australia Novak Djokovik Is covered and does not want to take an obvious position. “At the end of the day it would have helped if he had been vaccinated,” said the Hamburg man. “But everyone makes their own decisions. I don’t know the whole situation.” (SID / RED.)

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