Alexander Zverev Player Profile

Alexander Zverev is a German professional tennis player who has been ranked as high as number 2 in the ATP world ranking.

Alexander won the ATP Finals in 2018 and 2021 as well as a gold medal in singles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Although he has not yet claimed a grand slam singles title, he has had great success in other ATP Tournaments with a total of 22 ATP titles (singles and doubles) to his name including five Master’s 1000 titles.

Alexander Zverev Player Profile

Alexander Zverev Career Stats

Birthdate20th April 1997
Height1.98m (6ft 6in)
Year turned Pro2013
ATP Singles Titles20
ATP Doubles Titles2
Grand Slams0
Year-end Championship finals2
Masters 1000 Titles5
Tennis RacketHead Gravity Pro
Forehand GripWestern Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo-Handed Backhand
Backhand Grip Continental and Eastern Grip
Serve GripContinental Grip

ATP Titles

Alexander Zverev has won a total of 202 singles titles on the ATP tour including five Masters 1000 tournaments and two ATP Finals.

Alexander has also won two ATP doubles titles with his brother Mischa Zverev (2019 Mexican Open and 2017 Open Sud de France)

Grand Slam Record

Alexander Zverev reached the semifinals of a grand slam tournament six times (once at the Australian Open, three times at Roland Garros, and twice at the US Open), with his only grand slam final appearance to date being the 2020 US Open final, where he lost to Dominic Thiem in five sets (2–6, 4–6, 6–4, 6–3, 7–6).

Year End Ranking History

Alexander Zverev has finished in the top 10 of the singles ranking for six out of the last 7 years, with his best year end ranking to date being in 2021.

YearATP Ranking (Singles)ATP Ranking (Doubles)
2013809No Ranking
2012837No Ranking

Prize Money

By the end of June 2023, Alexander had won a total of $34,735,339 in career prize money, winning $1,774,072 in the first six months of 2023 alone.


How old is Alexander Zverev?

He is 24 years old and was born on the 20th of April 1997.

What is his Net Worth?

He has won a total of $29,728,875 (up to 6/12/2021) in career prize money. He also has several big sponsorship deals with big companies like Head so a conservative estimate of his net worth would be circa $20 million.

Is he Married?

No, he is currently not married. According to German Media, he has been dating model Sophia Thomalla since sometime in 2021.

How tall is Alexander Zverev?

Alexander is 1.98m tall (6ft 6in).

When did he win his first ATP Title?

He won his first career ATP title at the St. Petersburg Open in 2016. To date, he has won a total of 19 ATP Titles. His best year on tour was 2021 when he won six ATP titles including Olympic gold and the ATP Finals in Turin, Italy.

What is his Highest ATP Ranking?

His highest ATP ranking to date is number 2 in the world;

When did he first turn pro?

His first professional match was against Roberto Bautista Agut in a round of R64 match at the ATP 500 event in Hamburg in 2013. He lost the match 3-6, 2-6.

What Racket does he use?

He plays with a customized version of the Head Gravity Pro (18 x 20 version).

How many Grand Slams has he won?

To date, he has not won any grand slams. His best performance at a grand slam tournament was the 2020 US Open where he lost in the final to Dominic Thiem.

Has he ever won the Davis Cup with Germany?

No, He has never won the Davis Cup with Germany.

Has he won any Doubles Titles?

Yes, He has won a total of 2 Doubles Titles (2017 Open Sud de France and 2019 Acapulco). Both titles were won with his older brother Mischa.

Has he won a gold medal in singles at an Olympics?

Yes, he won a gold medal in tennis singles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics beating Karen Khachanov in the final 6-3, 6-1.

Does Alexander have any siblings?

Alexander has one older brother called Mischa. Mischa was also a pro tennis player and is now a commentator for Eurosport.

Does he have any Kids?

He has one daughter, who was born in 2021, with Brenda Patea (an ex-girlfriend).

Who are his Parents?

His parents are Irina Zvereva and Alexander Mikhailovich Zverev. Both are ex-professional tennis players who represented Russia.

Why is Sasha a nickname for Zverev?

His nickname is Sascha as both of his parents are originally from Russia and Sasha is often the nickname used for a person whose given name is Alexander in Russia.