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Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev 2022: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Alexander Zverev is currently the world number seven and former world number three ATP tennis player. He was born on April 20, 1997, to parents Irina and Alexander Sr., both of whom were tennis players.

Irina and Alexander Mikhailovich Zverev were professional tennis players from the Soviet Union. Their career ranking raised to World Number 4 and 175 respectively during the 1990s.


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Once when they flew down from the Soviet Union to Germany to participate in a tennis tournament, they were offered jobs at the Uhlenhorster Hockey Club in Hamburg. The two ended up settling in Hamburg.

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Irina and Alexander raised both their sons, Mischa and Alexander "Sascha" Zverev to follow in their footsteps, into the world of tennis.

Sascha began playing tennis when he was a year and five months old and credits his mother for building a strong foundation over his backhand.

He focused on tennis meticulously after his early round loss at a high-level international junior tournament in Florida. At the age of 20, Alexander Zverev became the youngest player to break into the top-20 rankings after Djokovic.

On-court Achievements

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Alexander Zverev had never won an ATP match before he reached the last four at the International German Open at the age of 17.

In the 2016 Halle Open semi-finals, he defeated Roger Federer and ended his streak of ten consecutive appearances in the final. He won his first ATP title at the 2016 St. Petersburg Open.

Zverev won the 2018 ATP World Tour Finals crown by defeating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the semifinals and finals, respectively. It remains his biggest title up to this point in his career.

In 2018 and 2019, he reached the quarterfinals at the French Open. At the 2019 Laver Cup, Zverev helped Team Europe clinch the title after defeating Milos Raonic of Team World in the decider.

His best Grand Slam performance came at the 2020 US Open where he reached the final, and 2020 Australian Open, reaching the semifinals of the event.

He has won 13 ATP titles to date ahead of the 2021 season.

Alexander Zverev in 2021

The 2021 ATP season was phenomenal for Alexander Zverev. While the form in Grand Slams continued being an issue for the German, he managed to clinch six titles including a gold medal in Tokyo Olympics. In every sense, this could easily be considered Zverev's most important achievement till date.

Also, the German won his second ATP Finals tournament and proved that he is on top when it comes to playing three-set encounters against world's best players.

Highest ATP singles Ranking

In 2017, he rose to the ranking of World Number 3, which is the highest rank he has achieved until now.

Alexander Zverev - Net Worth 2022

Zverev's estimated net worth could be well above $30 million dollars. He has earned $30,321,591 in career prize-money so far from singles and doubles tennis.

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Alexander Zverev's Endorsements and Sponsors 2022


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Alexander Zverev's tennis rackets are sponsored by Head. He has been using its rackets since he was 5-years-old. Zverev is also a brand ambassador for Richard Mille, a luxury Swiss watch brand.

Automobile firm Peugeot, along with Adidas and Z Zegna, are other major brands Sascha endorses. In 2021, Zverev joined hands with Rolex.

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Height6 ft 6 in
Weight90 kg 
Marital StatusNot married 
Address/ResidenceMonte Carlo, Monaco
EndorsementHead, Richard Mille, Adidas, Z Zegna, and Peugeot, Rolex
Networth$31 million (approx.)
BirthdateApril 20th, 1997
No. Of titles won19
CoachAlexander Zverev Sr.
Records/AchievementsGold Medal winner at Tokyo Olympics 2021 (Men's singles). US Open 2020 Finalist. Two-time ATP Finals champion, Only active player outside of the Big Four to win 3 ATP Masters 1000 titles