Sascha Zverev talks about taking a match at a time with Fritz next

Alexander Zverev reflects on his Rome tournament success, plans aggressive play for the French Open, and discusses the benefits of tournament extensions for lower-ranked players but not top 10 players.

Sascha Zverev Talks About Taking A Match At A Time With Fritz Next

Alexander Zverev reflects on his successful run in the Rome tournament, having won all his matches in straight sets. He admits that it took the entire clay season to find his form and plans to play more aggressively to enhance his chances of winning the French Open. Zverev recalls his dominant play from the back of the court before an injury and acknowledges the presence of strong opponents, including Taylor Fritz. He remains focused on his game and finding his rhythm for the upcoming tournament. Zverev also shares his thoughts on the extension of tournaments into two weeks, acknowledging the benefits for lower-ranked players but expressing that it is not ideal for top 10 players who require more rest.

Zverev in Rome, ranking, and results in 2024

Alexander Zverev

28 - 9win/loss

Hard
18-6
Clay
10-3
27 year old
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2024 Highlights

Now the world no.5, the German has managed to achieve a compiled 25-9 match record in 2024. Zverev is currently playing in Rome where he bested the world no.70 Aleksandar Vukic 6-0 6-4, the world no.54 Luciano Darderi 7-63 6-2 and the world no.53 Nuno Borges 6-2 7-5.

Alexander Zverev will square off with the world no.13 Taylor Fritz in the quarter on Wednesday at 8:30 pm on CENTER COURT. Their head to head is 4-3 for Zverev.

The German clinched 1 title in 2024 in Australia.

Alexander won 22 titles in his career: 8 on hard courts, 7 on clay courts and 7 on indoor courts. (See the list of his titles)

Zverev is scheduled to play next at the French Open (French Open). He will begin to play the tournament from the main draw that will commence on the 26th of May.

Zverev
Rome
Zverev's Record
Zverev
Projected
Draw