“We Both Are Hungry For Victories”: Alexander Zverev Talks Ahead Of Medvedev Clash At Paris Masters 2020 Final


Alexander Zverev and Daniil Medvedev

Alexander Zverev defeated Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals of the Paris Masters 1000 tournament. And the German will now face Daniil Medvedev in the finals. Besides, he would like to add another title to his name this year, after successful performances in Cologne.

Besides, despite the problems he is facing off the court, Zverev has been able to concentrate on his life on the court. And his recent matches are proof of that.

Additionally, Zverev has been one of the most consistent performers of the year. The world number seven is a calm figure on the court. And someone who can manage his emotions on the court.

Alexander Zverev

After the match, Zverev talked about his life. And he said that he is calm as of now. In addition to this, he said, “I have been feeling good for some time now.” Moreover, the 23-years old German is pleased to be on the tennis court. Besides, he said that he is calm and his life is serene right now.

“We Both Are Looking Forward To Racing Against Each Other”: Alexander Zverev

Additionally, Zverev also said, “Everything is going well for me at the moment.” Talking about the finals against the Russian Daniil Medvedev, Zverev said, “With Daniil, we both are hungry for victories.” Moreover, the German added that both these players would really want to add this title to their name. Besides, saying that, “we both are looking forward to racing against each other.”

Alexander Zverve

Additionally, Zverev has won his last 12 matches and will now look forward to adding the Paris Masters 1000 title to his name. Despite the allegations pressed on him off the court, the young German is fast racing to become one of the most successful young players in recent times. The final of the Paris Masters 1000 will take place today.

The cold and calm behaviour of Zverev is also linked to his partnership with David Ferrer. David Ferrer is currently the coach of Zverev. 

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