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There is a storm coming in men’s tennis – and it comes from Germany.
Alexander Zverev has had the meteoric rise that tennis fans would recognise from more than a decade ago when Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer took over the world as teenagers.
Although he is a fine performer on the ATP Tour, the youngster has yet to break through in the slams.
Can he take the next step this summer and become the first German to win the Australian Open men’s title since the great Boris Becker in 1996?
Compare the odds, browse the markets and find out everything you need to know about betting on Alexander Zverev here.
Is Alexander Zverev good enough to win the Australian Open?
The short answer is yes, this kid is ready.
There are parts of Zverev’s game that are still raw and need improvement, but he’s already proven that he can beat the biggest names in the game. If he continues to improve as is expected, his first major title is just around the corner – so why not this year?
In true modern style, Zverev’s game starts at the baseline. He has a strong serve and his two-handed backhand is a weapon.
Importantly, Zverev’s serving is a real strength. His second serve has been clocked at over 130 mph and the high-risk, aggressive style of play has paid dividends so far.
Most importantly, unlike Aussie’s like Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic, Zverev loves the game, he respects the game and has a world-class work ethic.
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More about Alex Zverev
- Like a champion thoroughbred in the making, Zverev has some impeccable breeding and he is surrounded by the right people.
Alexander is the son of former Russian tennis player Alexander Zverev Sr. and his older brother Mischa Zverev, who is currenyly ranked number 30 in the world.
Name: Alexander Zverev Jr Born: 20 April 1997, Hamburg, Germany (20 years) Height: 198cm Turned pro: 2013 Style: Right-handed, two-hand backhand Career singles titles: 6 Best grand slam result: Quarter finals, 2018 French Open 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Australian Open – – R1 R3 R3 French Open – – R3 R1 QF Wimbledon – R2 R3 R4 R3 US Open – R1 R2 R2 3R
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