Zverev finally says yes to the US Open, but without David Ferrer

The German, after showing many doubts about the tournament, has decided to go to New York. He will do it without Ferrer, his new coach.


German Alexander Zverev has confirmed that he will finally participate in the United States Tennis Open and also in the previous tournament, the Cincinnati Masters 1,000, but he will not be accompanied in New York by his new coach, the Spanish David Ferrer.

After many doubts, Zverev has said yes and the world number seven has made public through his communication agency that he intends to fly to the United States this weekend to participate in the two aforementioned tournaments.

However, his new coach, the Spanish David Ferrer, will not accompany him, since the agreement between the two is limited to tournaments in Europe, as Ferrer himself told EFE. Thus, the Zverev-Ferrer duo will work in the events of Rome, Roland Garros, Paris Bercy and ATP Finals in London.

With the announced casualties of the Spanish Rafael Nadal, defender of the title, and of the Swiss Roger Federer, due to injury and Stan Wawrinka, by his own decision, the tournament will have that yes, with the Serbian Novak Djokovic, the Swiss Dominic Thiem, and now with Zverev among the leading players.

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