Alexander Zverev charged with fresh new Domestic Violence charges filed by his kid’s mother Brenda Patea

A penalty order is to be issued against Zverev for abuse.

Alexander Zverev charged with fresh new Domestic Violence charges filed by his kid’s mother Brenda Patea

Alexander Zverev (Image via Daily Express)

German ace Alexander Zverev has been a sensation in his tennis career. Impressing many big players and tennis fans at a young age was a very special achievement for the German. How his off-court life has been as tough as it can get His personal life has seen many ups and downs and has never been smooth sailing. 

The media has once again come out with news against the German, and this time it’s another serious allegation. RTL Germany and the local media have reported that a penalty order has been requested against Zverev. He has been accused of causing bodily harm to his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, Brenda Patea. As expected, the news has been making rounds of internet, eliciting a plethora of reactions online.

What is at stake for the German is his tennis career. A penalty could be as severe as a ban, and that could keep him out of action for a while. He was also recently under scrutiny when he was accused of physically abusing another ex-girlfriend, Olga Sharypova. That case didn’t last for long, though, and a repetition of something similar might just land the German in deep trouble.

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Zverev has been improving on the court

Alexander Zverev (Image via Sky Sports)
Alexander Zverev (Image via Sky Sports)

Alexander Zverev has shown some great improvement on the court. He has been super solid in his on-court life. After struggling with a dangerous fall that took place last year, the German is slowly showing progress. After a rather slow start to the season, the German made three back-to-back semi-finals. In Geneva, the French Open, and in Halle. 

He did play well at the Championships but couldn’t cross Matteo Berrettini in the third round. He is now taking part in the Swedish Open and has shown some quality tennis over there. He won the first match in three sets. He will compete in his round of 16 match tomorrow, where he takes on Thiago Monteiro. Can he prepare himself well before the US Open, where he has previously been a finalist?

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