Alexander Zverev: 'I won't buy cars until my maiden Grand Slam title'


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Alexander Zverev: 'I won't buy cars until my maiden Grand Slam title'

In an interview to Bild, Alexander Zverev commented on off-court things like his passion for cars. The German player has earned $14 million so far from prize money tournaments, he lives in Monte Carlo but he said: "I love cars but decided not to buy one until I win a slam", admitted the 21-year-old, who achieved his best result in Majors in the last year's French Open losing to Dominic Thiem in a straight-set quarter-final match.

Zverev added: "The more success you get, the more people are interested at you, which is nice. But being a good person is the most important thing, then being a good athlete too. Hopefully, it will be like that in the future."

Asked what he can improve on, he replied: "It's just generally speaking there's a lot of things, you know, and it's actually very positive, because I'm No. 4 in the world, but there are a lot of things I can still improve.

That's very motivating for me. I still feel like I have so much room and I still have so many holes in my game where I can improve. This actually makes me quite happy."