Zverev prevazilazi Norija i osvaja Australijan open u tenisu


Although these days I think more about the court case than about tennis, Zverev is achieving good results in Melbourne. He had to spend over four hours on the court and even play a tie-breaker in the fifth set to earn the opportunity to face either Carlos Alcaraz or Miomir Kecmanovic among the top eight tennis players. Zverev was leading 1-0 and 2-1 in sets, but Norrie managed to come back twice in the match. The Brit didn’t give up even in the fifth set, where he managed to force a tie-breaker and further trouble the sixth seed at this year’s Australian Open. Nevertheless, the German player managed to “survive” the round of 16 match at a very delicate moment in his career, when he doesn’t have the luxury to only think about tennis. Several times, people tried to provoke Zverev, but he snapped back and talked about tennis, as if he didn’t want to revisit the allegations that have been following him for years. The journalists were not interested in his career, the just-finished match, or the continuation of the tournament, but only in the trial, which is one of the main topics in Melbourne. Surely, there will be more talk about it in the following days, as Alexander Zverev remains in Australia after securing a spot in the quarterfinals. (MONDO/D.N.)


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