Alexander Zverev is one of the most promising players and he has already won many important titles already at a young age. However, the German is well-known for having recurring problems on his second serve. This looks unusual for such a tall player (1.98 m or 6′6″).
Sascha is currently in Zadar where he is playing the highly successful Adria Tour, he event organized by Novak Djokovic. Sascha had lived a bit of a nightmare in his match against Danilo Petrovic. Sascha recorded 12 double faults and in 1 occasion, his serve went beyond the baseline. Eventually, Zverev lost 4-3 4-3.
— doublefault28 (@doublefault28) June 20, 2020
You gotta be kidding me pic.twitter.com/NrsaJRnoH1
— José Morgado (@josemorgado) June 20, 2020
Related (this graphic is 1st serve, but his toss is similar for 1st and 2nd).
Raonic and Zverev are pretty much the same height… pic.twitter.com/RVQn1PBLHS
— Matthew Willis (@MattRacquet) June 20, 2020
Alexander Zverev in 2020
Now the world no.7, Alexander played his last match on the 26th of February when he was overcome by Tommy Paul 6-3 6-4 in the 2nd round in Acapulco.
Alexander Zverev’s most significant achievement of this season was reaching the semi-finals at the Australian Open.