“I can put weight on my legs” Alexander Zverev dismisses withdrawal from the 2022 US Open


“I can put weight on my legs” Alexander Zverev dismisses withdrawal from the 2022 US Open

Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev is a German professional tennis player. Zverev’s career peaks include titles at the 2018 and the 2021 ATP Finals, and a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The German is been called one of the rising stars in world tennis, Zverev’s young age made experts list him among the top stars in future. The German was raised in a Tennis family, his brother is also a tennis player and his father too played tennis.

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Zverev is currently recovering from the ankle injury he suffered when he played the semi-final against Rafael Nadal in the French Open 2022. Zverev injured himself while sprinting after a shot late in the second set against Nadal, that’s when he fell to the ground, grabbing his right ankle, and wailing in agony which forced him to retire from the match.

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Alexander Zverev hopes that he could play in the US Open

Alexander Zverev recovering

Zverev is currently recovering from the injury and he is updating his fans by posting pictures and videos on his social media account. He also shared a video of him recently where the German was seen walking with an injured foot putting some on it which raised questions about whether the German will play in the upcoming US Open which is scheduled to begin in late August.

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Zverev’s recent update on his injury has brought a little joy to his fans as he gave some statements to RTL Deutschland where the world No. 2 has said that he can walk without crutches and he could take part in the US Open and also wants to play in the Davis Cup in September.

“I can already put weight on my leg, I walk without crutches, it’s a good feeling and we’ll see how it goes. I haven’t given up on the idea of playing the US Open yet and, of course, I want to participate in the Davis Cup. It is a goal because my brother and I were also involved in the organization to bring the Davis Cup to Hamburg. It’s a situation that I have to go through and, in a way, I welcome this rehabilitation. Everyone has their own way and their own way: maybe I’ll come back even stronger,” said Zverev as per WeloveTennis.

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