Alexander Zverev gets down on himself, he gets emotional - Evert


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Alexander Zverev gets down on himself, he gets emotional - Evert

The 18-time Grand Slam winner Chris Evert commented on Alexander Zverev's potential. The German player has been dealing in a legal dispute over the last months with his agent Patricio Apey. "I think it's that mental attitude.

I think he gets down on himself. He gets emotional. And I think it does affect his play. I'm all for showing your emotions if you can forget about it when you're going to the next point, but I think he carries it with him", said Evert.

The TV commentator Brad Gilbert added: "Tsitsipas is a good match for Zverev. He's 6-foot-4 and he's unbelievably athletic. He plays great defence. I like his ability to finish at the net. After Zverev, he's the best that's 23, 24 and under at the moment.

He will compete to win Slams." Meanwhile the former world No. 1 Jim Courier said: "No one is going to be able to do what the Big 3 have done, all playing at the same time. So need fun entertainment to keep people engaged in the sport", he said of Nick Kyrgios.

"His shot-making and showmanship offend tennis purists." On Kyrgios hitting a half-volley SABR return, the American concluded: "And Nick Kyrgios looks like my kids when I give them a popsicle."