“This is bullshit. Anyone with a decent IQ will understand the situation. I am not going to comment further because there will be a procedure,” he simply replied after his victory against the French Ugo Humbert (26th) in the second round of the Parisian Masters 1000 6-4, 6-7 ( 7/3), 7-6 (7-5) after 3 hours 29 minutes of play.
At the request of the Berlin public prosecutor's office, the court "issued a criminal order on October 2 against professional tennis player Alexander Zverev", suspected of "assault and battery", according to a press release. “The accused is accused of having, in May 2020 in Berlin, physically mistreated a woman during an argument and of having damaged her health.”
The court did not cite the plaintiff's no. But in a separate press release, the player's defenders reacted to the court's announcement and cited the name of Brenda Patea, his former partner. Alexander Zverev “contests the accusation and has opposed the order,” said the court, which opens the way for an appearance. The Schertz Bergmann law firm, which represents the player, said in a statement posted on ".