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Alexander Zverev takes refuge in his circle in the face of the adversities of 2020. Although it was the year in which he played his first Grand Slam final (that of the US Open lost to Dominic Thiem), it was marred by legal problems, an accusation of domestic violence by his ex, Olya Sharapova … Now the German has decided to break with Team8, Roger Federer’s representative agency.
“I only trust the family,” says the German of Russian origin, who will delegate that part of his career from now on to his brother Mischa and the Ukrainian Sergei Bubka (not to be confused with the famous peer). Zverev also recently started with the one who was his coach for months, the Spanish David Ferrer, and with the agency that represented him before Team8.
“After everything that has happened, I want to look to the future with serenity,” he said in a message on his social networks. The first test of the changes made by the number 7 in the ATP ranking will be at the Australian Open, which will start in Melbourne on February 8.
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