Alexander “Sascha” Zverev is the lion of tennis, and we’re not even talking about his mane. He is elegant yet dangerous. His serve is merciless. When it’s coming, you better hide or be ready to counterattack. When the chase starts, he becomes an animal… and he never gives up. The backhand down-the-line is his killing shot: mission accomplished. Hear him roar as he soars up the ATP rankings. No. 3 in 2017, he is currently ranked world No. 7. He may not have won a Grand Slam yet, but it’s coming. In the meantime, he is collecting Masters titles: Rome, Montreal, Madrid. In 2018, at only 21 years old, he won the ATP Finals, defeating Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. He’s quickly proven he’s in control, no matter what. Will Sascha become the King of the UTS jungle?Watch live
Alexander Zverev has an incredible stamina, which allows him to keep a high level intensity throughout the entire match, and to play many tough matches in a row.
Alexander Zverev’s backhand is his best weapon. His down-the-line backhand is often the killing shot that puts his opponents K.O.
The 6’6’’ player has one of the most powerful serves on tour, allowing him to start his serving points with a solid advantage.