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ALEXANDER ZVEREV is known as a superstar tennis player and he is now using his platform to help give back and raise awareness on a condition he suffers from.
Alexander Zverev expects to be back from injury to play for Germany in the Davis Cup in September but said on Thursday there was a real chance of returning earlier at the U.S Open. The 25-year-old world number two has had surgery after damaging ligaments in his right ankle during this year's French Open semi-final against Rafael Nadal but hopes he might be ready for this year's final Grand Slam.
Alexander Zverev has issued a huge injury update, as he refused to rule himself out of making it back for the US Open later this month.
Although it will be very, very close." Zverev hasn't played since the French Open and playing best-of-five-set matches in his first tournament back might not be ideal. "Maybe I could say I'm ready. Best-of-five is difficult,
Zverev only returned to the practice court last Sunday after the injury he suffered during his semi-final against Rafael Nadal at Roland Garros in June
Tennis world No.2 Alexander Zverev has launched a charity to raise awareness of type 1 diabetes, a condition the 25-year-old recently revealed he has been suffering from.
Now, Zverev has launched the Alexander Zverev foundation, which has the goal of supporting diabetic children. "The 6th of August 2022 is a very special day for my family and I. Today, the Alexander Zverev Foundation has officially come to life,
The 36-year-old Nadal won the Australian Open and French Open titles earlier this year to take his men's record tally of Grand Slam singles triumphs to 22. But he was forced to withdraw from Wimbledon with an abdominal injury before his scheduled semi-final against Nick Kyrgios.
Rafael Nadal will sit out the group stage of the Davis Cup finals next month after not being named in the Spain team on Monday, while Alexander Zverev will lead the German side.
With just two weeks to go until the US Open, the ATP Tour heads to Cincinnati this week for the 2022 Western & Southern Open.