“For Me To Retire, I Have To Have A Broken Leg”: Alexander Zverev

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Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev overcame Adrian Mannarino in the ATP 250 Cologne 2020 in what was a difficult match for the German. Additionally, it was his sixth straight win. However, the victory was not exactly an easy one, and the match went on for more than 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Alexander could be seen in a discomfort situation, and the German player often seemed dizzy and dazed during the match. Eventually, he was treated by the on-court doctors.

After taking the medical assistance, his comeback into the match will be remembered for a long time. Everyone was inspired by the fantastic match which Zverev played even after all the dizziness.

Adrian beat Alexander in the second set but Zverev fought back and took the match into his own hands. His fighting spirit was genuinely unmissable.

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After the match, he spoke to the media about his win and how he felt after he got sick during the match itself. He (Alexander Zverev) was asked many questions, including if he felt like withdrawing from the match after his breakdown? To which he replied, “To retire, I would have to have a broken leg.”

Additionally, his fierce answer attracted all, and the fantastic performance was just the cherry on top. It’s great to see a player being this much devoted to his game.

Alexander Zverev added a message that one should not give up easily and has never given up until now. Moreover, one must not leave his fighting spirit, and the game must go on.

Additionally, Alexander Zverev is all set to face Jannik Sinner in Saturday’s semi-finals in Cologne. Although, the Italian player defeated him in the Roland Garros earlier.

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