Last Updated on December 23, 2021
German tennis player Alexander Zverev started the current season well. At the Australian Open he reached the quarterfinals, where he lost in 4 sets to future champion Novak Djokovic. In Acapulco, Alexander won his first trophy of the season by beating the talented Stefan Tsitsipas in the final. The win in Acapulco added $88,940 to Zverev’s account.
In our article we will tell you where else besides tennis Alexander Zverev earns money.
|Net Worth||25 000 000$|
|Born||20 April 1997
|Height||1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Alexander Zverev Career
Alexander Zverev was born in Hamburg, Germany, on April 20, 1997. He is considered one of the most gifted and promising players of his generation, although, according to some experts, he lacks stability and self-discipline. Former mentors include Ivan Lendl and David Ferrer. He currently trains under the guidance of his father, Alexander Zverev Sr, who is assisted by the tennis player’s older brother, Mikhail (Misha).
Zverev made his junior debut in 2011 (Challenger in San Marino). Two years later he reached the junior majors where he distinguished himself by reaching the French Open final and then winning the Australian Open grand prize. In the ranking of the first racket of the junior ranking Alexander goes to the professionals.
In 2014 came Zverev Jr.’s first victory on the adult tour. After a successful performance in Braunschweig, he made it to the semifinals of a tournament in Hamburg, beating such great opponents as Robin Hase and Mikhail Youzhny.
Finishing the year in the top 200, Alexander continues to slowly improve his standing in the singles rankings. His successful debut at Wimbledon, where he made it to the second round, and his return to the main draw at the US Open have allowed him to climb into the top 100, earning him the title of the ATP Rookie of the Year for the season.
Zverev Jr.’s success naturally drew him the attention of the German Tennis Association. In 2016, the young athlete makes his debut for the national team and, although the first matches were unsuccessful, he does not lose optimism. In the summer, Alexander beats his childhood idol Roger Federer for the first time, and in September he wins his first ATP trophy (St. Petersburg), becoming the youngest debutant of the top-20 since Novak Djokovic.
Alexander the Great!🙌
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) May 21, 2017
In 2017, the tennis player markedly improves his stats at Grand Slam tournaments, reaching the 3rd round of the Australian Open and then the 4th round of Wimbledon. However, winning five ATP tournaments, including two Masters tournaments (in Rome and Montreal, respectively) brings him to a whole new level of play. As a result, Zverev Jr. leaps up the rankings, rising to third. This gives him the right to play at the Final Tournament of the Year in London, where, however, the promising tennis player stops at the group stage.
2018 brought the German several more titles. After making it to the final of the Masters in Miami and losing to American John Isner for the title, he wins the main trophy in Madrid and then swings for another in Rome, where, however, he predictably loses to King of the Ground Rafael Nadal. After winning the singles competition in Washington, he again tries his hand at the Final Tournament. This time fortune smiled on Alexander: beating John Isner, Marin Cilic, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, he won the major trophy of his career at that time.
Zverev’s next two seasons were extremely uneven, giving skeptics reason to talk about a game slump. In 2019, he won just one tournament (Geneva), dropping to seventh in the world rankings. 2020 was marred by a series of unpleasant scandals, including a quarrel with his father on the court and revelations from his ex-girlfriend, who accused Alexander of systematic physical and psychological abuse. Nevertheless, despite a forced pause in the calendar due to the rapid pace of the coronavirus, the German with Russian roots was able to significantly improve his results in the majors. In the winter he reached the semifinals of the Australian Open for the first time in his career, and when the competition resumed he reached the finals of the US Open, but lost on both occasions (remarkably, in both Melbourne and New York he was stopped by Dominic Thiem of Austria).
This season, Zverev won the title in competitions in Acapulco and failed his opening matches in tournaments in Rotterdam and Miami, he also performed poorly in Monte Carlo, where he lost to David Goffin in the 3rd round.
Alexander Zverev Endorsements
— Alexander Zverev (@AlexZverev) February 2, 2021
Alexander Zverev has long cooperated with the famous sportswear manufacturer Adidas and tennis equipment manufacturer Head.
Among its official sponsors are Richard Mille a Swiss luxury watch brand.
— Tennis World USA (@TennisWorlden) July 23, 2018
The French car brand Peugeot is also a sponsor of Alexander Zverev.
Zegna the world leader in luxury menswear is one of Alexander Zverev’s regular sponsors.
— Zegna (@Zegna) November 19, 2018
Alexander Zverev Net Worth
In 2021 Zverev earned $667,703 in prize money for 16 matches in various tournaments.During his professional career, Alexander Zverev earned $23,995,765 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Alexander Zverev net worth at $25 000 000.
Alexander Zverev prize money compared to other top-10 ATP players