Alexander Zverev wins ATP finals; this is why he is special German tennis player

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Alexander Zverev wins ATP finals; this is why he is special German tennis player
Alexander Zverev wins ATP finals; this is why he is special German tennis player

New Delhi : Shocking Novak Djokovic 6-4, 6-3, Alexander Zverev won the precious ATP finals trophy on Sunday.

He emerged out to be a special German tennis player as he became the first from his country to win the title in last 15 years.

The 21-year-old tennis player stunned all with his performance as he first outlasted six time champion Roger Federer in semi-finals and then repeated the feat against World Number one.

Infact, this was the first game Djokovic lost in the whole tournament; He won all 36 service games.

"I really can't describe it," said Zverev. "It is the biggest title I have ever won. Firstly, I want to congratulate Novak and we may never have seen the tennis he has played in the last few months before. He barely lost a match but thankfully he did to me.

"We (Djokovic and Zverev) had so many talks, not only about tennis but all different types of subjects -- I won't mention what -- but you are a sharing person and you have shared some titles with me. I appreciate you letting me win one today."

We wish to see him claim more titles in coming years.