“Not True”: Alexander Zverev Denies All Allegations Put Forward by Ex-Girlfriend

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Things have not been good with the US Open 2020 runner up Alexander Zverev lately. Recently, her ex-girlfriend Olya Sharypova accused him of domestic violence and abusing her multiple times. Sharypova posted the issue on Instagram after thinking a lot about it. Reacting to this, Zverev has denied all such claims put by her ex-girlfriend. Speaking about the matter in an interview before the Rolex Paris Masters 2020, Zverev answered that he had already said everything on Instagram.

“Look, right now, as I said, I have said everything on my Instagram. Yeah, there is nothing else I can add right now. I’m here. I’m here to play tennis,” said Zverev.

Clearly, Zverev was in no mood to say anything wrong against anyone. He just wanted to focus on his gameplay at the moment and nothing else. He further said that all those allegations were completely false.

“I mean, the relationship, as I said, has been over for a very long time. Yeah. I’m enjoying my time on the court. I have said everything. They are not true, and there is nothing more I can say right now,” added the World No.7.

Although Zverev denied everything, he refused to extend the matter and comment on anything else except his tennis.

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Alexander Zverev at ATP 2020 Cologne
Germany’s Alexander Zverev in action during the final against Canada’s Felix Auger Aliassime REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen

Zverev got a brilliant start at the Paris Bercy as he defeated Miomir Kecmanovic in the first round of the tournament in straight sets. He definitely looked in great touch during the match, coming straight to Paris after winning the ATP Cologne Open 2020. In the same interview, Zverev believed that he was playing the tennis of his life at this moment.

“I think so (on playing the best tennis of his life), especially with the forehand. That’s the shot I’ve worked on for many years. But there are many things I want to improve. Still, I’m very happy with how things go,” admitted the 23-year-old German player.

Zverev accepted that although he was in good form, he needed to improve and work on some of the areas. He has the potential of earning a big name if he continues to play the quality of tennis he is playing at the moment. He will next face Adrian Mannarino in the Round of 16 tomorrow.

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