Alexander Zverev is a 24-year-old German professional tennis player. Born on 20, April 1997. He is currently in the number 7 position in the world ranking. And Alexander Zverevd he is in the top 10, since July 2017. His Father Alexander ‘Mikhailovich Zverev’, Mother ‘Irina Zverev’, and brother ‘Mischa’ are also professional tennis players. He turned into a pro tennis player in 2013. Check Alexander Zverev Net Worth. Check Alexander Zverev Net Worth.
Alexander has won 19 ATP (Association of tennis professionals) titles in singles and won two ATP titles in doubles. He also represented Germany in Tokyo Olympic 2020. He also reached the final of the US Open and finished as runner-up against Dominic Thiem. And, reached the semi-finals of Australia open (2020) and in the French open (2023). He has won the junior Grand Slam at the Australian Open in 2014.
Alexander Zverev’s net worth
Alexander Zverev’s estimated net worth is more than $30 million USD. Till now he has earned $30,321,591 million dollars by prize money he got in his career, in singles and doubles games. He has been endorsed by the head for his racquets. And, his clothing and shoes are by Adidas. He is also a brand ambassador of brands like Richard Mille (Swiss watch brand), Peugeot, and Rolex.
Alexander Zverev is currently in number 3 position in singles with 7515 points. Above him is D. Medvedev with 8615 points and N. Djokovic with 8465 points. His ranking in doubles is 132.
Alexander Zverev’s Daughter
On March 11, 2023, Alexander’s ex-girlfriend and German model, Brenda Patea gave birth to their daughter, named Mayla. Since then both of them have broken up.
Mayla currently staying with her mom Brenda Patea. Brenda posts her photos on social media. She recently posted a photo in which Mayla holding a tennis racket and trying to hit the ball. Which shows her love for her father’s profession.
Alexander Zverev is 24 years old, born on 20 April 1997, in Humburg Germany.
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