Meet Alexander Zverev's Parents

Alexander Mikhailovich Zverev and Irina Zverev, both Russians, were his parents.

His father was a professional tennis player for the Soviet Union, reaching a career-high ranking of 175 worldwide.

At one point, his mother was the fourth-best female player in the country.

The 24-year-old German was born on April 20, 1997, in Hamburg, Germany.

Zverev's parents were professional tennis players, so he certainly inherited his tennis skills from them.

Know Alexander Zverev's Partner

Brenda Patea, a German model, is Zverev's ex-girlfriend.

Alex approached her in a Paris Coffee Shop in October 2019, and the two started dating.

That romance, however, did not endure long, lasting only 12 months before they were no longer seen together.

Patea gave birth to Zverev's child in March 2021, despite the year-long wait.

Brenda announced her pregnancy in October 2020, stating that she planned to raise the child alone and that Alex would have little connection with the child.

Alexander Zverev Net Worth

Alexander Zverev's net worth is estimated to be around $17 million, thanks to his outstanding achievements when he was a child.

Zverev is already number 13 on the all-time earnings list, with a total of $26,122,250.

He is active on Instagram, and his Instagram account username is @alexzverev123.

He is very famous on Instagram too as he has gained 1.4 Million followers and he has posted 540 posts yet.

He is also active on Twitter and his Twitter username is @AlexZverev.

We can find 114.7 thousand followers on his Twitter too.

Alexander Zverev's Wiki

Alexander Zverev is a German professional tennis player. Zverev comes from a tennis family. 

Zverev is a former world No. 1 junior who won the 2014 Australian Open junior Grand Slam singles title.

He also made an early mark on the professional tour, winning the Challenger title at the age of 17 and becoming one of the youngest Challenger title winners in history.

Zverev entered qualification at the age of 14 for three different tournaments, including the 2011 ATP Tour Moselle Open, but lost all of his matches.