Zverev says he tried everything he could to try to win the French Open final

Sascha Zverev discusses his Grand Slam final defeat to Carlos Alcaraz, comparing it to his US Open experience. He admits Alcaraz outperformed him, expresses frustration with electronic line calling, and plans to play in Stuttgart. Zverev admires Alcaraz's intensity and emphasizes self-reflection and improvement for future tournaments.

Zverev Says He Tried Everything He Could To Try To Win The French Open Final

Sascha Zverev discusses his Grand Slam final defeat to Carlos Alcaraz and compares it to his previous experience at the US Open. He admits that Alcaraz outperformed him in the fourth and fifth sets, acknowledges some unlucky moments, and expresses frustration over the lack of electronic line calling.

Zverev also mentions feeling physically drained during the match and plans to play in Stuttgart the following week, but is uncertain about his participation. He expresses admiration for Alcaraz’s intensity and consistency in fifth sets and expresses a desire to learn from the experience and improve for future tournaments. The speaker in the video also praises Zverev’s performance despite the slower court conditions and emphasizes the importance of self-reflection and improvement to reach the same level as opponents.


Alexander Zverev in 2024

Alexander Zverev

34 - 10win/loss

27 year old
2024 Highlights

Ranked world no.4, the German played his last encounter on the 9th of June when he was overcome by world no.3 Carlos Alcaraz 6-3 2-6 5-7 6-1 6-2 in the final of the French Open (draw).

At the moment, during this season Zverev owns a 34-10 win-loss record. Alexander conquered 2 titles in 2024 in Australia and Rome. Alexander got to the final at the French Open.

Zverev is scheduled to play next in Stuttgart (Boss Open). He will start the tournament from the main draw that will commence on the 10th of June.

French Open
Zverev's Record

Carlos Alcaraz in 2024

Carlos Alcaraz

25 - 5win/loss

21 year old
2024 Highlights

Ranked no.3, Carlos played his last match on the 9th of June when he defeated world no.4 Alexander Zverev 6-3 2-6 5-7 6-1 6-2 in the final of the French Open to win his 15th career title.

Presently, during this year Alcaraz achieved a compiled 25-5 match record. Alcaraz has won 2 titles in 2024 in Indian Wells and French Open.

French Open
Alcaraz's Record

Alexander Zverev and Carlos Alcaraz fought against each other 12 times. Their record is 7-5 for Zverev.