Boris Becker and Alexander Zverev are in fantastic terms, and there are even rumors that the tennis legend may coach Sascha in the future.

The world no.3 is currently in Munich where he is trying to steady the ship after a rather below-par season. Alexander is chasing his 3rd consecutive title in Munich and he had to kick start his campaign against the world no.80 Juan Ignacio Londero that besides his ranking is a very dangerous player on clay.

Eventually, Zverev managed to win the encounter 7-5 6-1, and Boris Becker was  rather “into the match” to even shout a huge Come on, Sascha.” Later, when talking about his support, the German commented: “We are very good friends.

Talking about the match, Sascha commented

“It was a very positive game for me. I got positive energy again. It was crazy for a first round.”

Sascha will face Christian Garin for the first time in the quarters.


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