Alexander Zverev wins the ATP Finals 2021 and closes an excellent year

Incredible night that of Alexander Zverev who beat Russian Daniil Medvedev in two sets, the 24-year-old German tennis player wins the two-time ATP Finals that in this 2021 edition was held in Turin. With this achievement, Zverev consecrates in excellent 2021 although he still has a great debt to fulfill.

In the grand finale of the last tournament ATP of the year, Alexander Zverev beat in two sets Daniil Medvedev, with a score: 6-4; 6-4. This allows the German to lift the title for the second time in a row and the third in his career, he won them in 2018, 2020 and 2021.

In the first final he played from ATP Finals went before Novak Djokovic In 2018, in 2020 he beat Dominic Thiem and now in 2021 Daniil Medvedev. Nevertheless, Zverev He has bigger challenges for 2022: winning a Grand Slam.

Neither him Australia Open, not the US Open, not Roland Garros, not Wimbledon have been possible for Alexander Zverev and the German himself has confessed that he hopes to achieve it in 2022. What the tennis player has achieved is the gold medal in the Olympic Games on Tokyo 2020.

Alexander Zverev, 24-year-old German tennis player

Alexander Zverev in 2021

On Tokyo 2020 beat Russian Karen Kachanov, at that time Alexander Zverev was fifth in the world in the ranking ATP, now ends 2021 being number 3.