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Monday, March 20, 2023

Zverev fully returned to the courts in December

German tennis player Alexander Zverev, former world number two and seriously injured in a Roland Garros semi-final, is planning to return to the courts at the exhibition tournament in December, his brother and manager Misha explained to Eurosport television network.

“He needs a few games before the start of the (new) season. Training sessions at home without spectators are different. He needs to be on the court with a ball boy and a referee against a good player to get that adrenaline feeling again ”, guessed Misha Zverev, explaining that his brother was no longer in pain.

The 2020 US Open runners-up may reappear before participating in the Diriyah Tennis Cup (December 8–10), an exhibition tournament in Saudi Arabia, in the United Cup, a competition for mixed teams that should begin. Is. 2023 season, in late December and early January, in Australia (Brisbane, Perth, Sydney).

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The competition should serve as a dress rehearsal for the first Grand Slam Australian Open to be held in Melbourne from 16 to 29 January.

Alexander Zverev, currently twelfth in the ATP rankings, suffered a serious injury (torn three external ligaments in his right ankle) in the Roland Garros semi-final against Rafa Nadal in early June.

He initially considered returning to a Davis Cup duel in September, but resigned at the last minute due to ankle swelling. “I must be careful, otherwise it may be dangerous for the future,” he then explained.


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