“Lot of Tough Matches and Lot of Tough Moments”: Alexander Zverev Concludes Season at Nitto ATP Finals 2020


Alexander Zverev

German Alexander Zverev acknowledges as having a good year and a lot to build on next year. World No. 7 had a roller-coaster season comes to an end, as he finishes it with a win-loss of 28-11 games. He won his title number 12th & 13th this season at Cologne, Germany.

Alexander this year had reached the Finals of US Open and Paris Masters marquee events but unfortunately could not lift the winners’ trophy in either of them.

The 2018 ATP Finals champion, Zverev said, “I lost semi-finals in Australia, which I could have won. Lost the final of the US Open which I should have won, kind of.”

 “Finals in Bercy. This match here. So a lot of tough matches, a lot of tough moments, but a good year for me. A lot to build on for next year.”, He added.

Alexander Zverev, now 23 having so many years of tennis left in him, would be looking to improve on the mental and physical aspects of the game and come back more robust in the upcoming season.

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Alexander Zverev ’s Last Match of 2020 Season 

Alexander’s 2020 season came to an end after his last round-robin match loss against Novak Djokovic at the Center court of the Nitto ATP Finals 2020 in London. He lost in straight sets 3-6, 6-7(4-7) in an hour and 36 minutes rally.

It was a ‘Do, or Die’ match for both as the loser of the match would have to go home straight away from here and the winner having a chance to play semi-finals against the table topper of the group London 2020.

The Serbian was no match for the young lad as he won comfortably 2-0 in a match lasting 96 minutes, sending Zverev back home packing. Djokovic will now face Dominic Thiem in his semi-final clash.

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