Alexander Zverev's new girlfriend: controversy already behind him?



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Alexander Zverev's new girlfriend: controversy already behind him?

Alexander Zverev is only 24 years old and in addition to having an enviable tennis career he is very famous in the world of tennis gossip. The German, from this week the new number 3 in the world, is already the father of Mayla, a child born from the relationship with the model Brenda Patea and is now engaged to the model and her comuntrywoman Sophia Thomalla.

The two have been friends for some time but now their friendship has resulted in something more as evidenced by the shot that appeared on the profile of the famous model a few hours ago. Thomalla has been engaged in the past to former Liverpool soccer player Karius.

Zverev experienced a magical 2021, he achieved excellent results by winning tournaments (including Masters 1000) and above all by winning the Olympic gold in Tokyo 2021, an extraordinary result and which saw him obtain one of the most beautiful victories of his career over number one in the semifinal to the world Novak Djokovic.

A 2021 that ends in the best way for Sascha who loses in Paris-Bercy but finds a beautiful girlfriend. This is testified by a shot with its post by Sophia who has inserted the phrase 'Lost but in the end still won' as a caption, underlining on the one hand perhaps the defeat of the new boyfriend in Paris and at the same time the victory on the love court.

Zverev, from controversy to love

It hasn't all been smooth sailing for Zverev in recent times. In fact, the ATP recently opened an investigation into the German and the accusations made in recent months by his ex-girlfriend Olya Sharypova.

The model has in the past provided important statements about Sascha's alleged abuse of her with the German who would also beat her while the two were present at tournaments. There is no official evidence of this situation but the woman has given interviews against several magazines and the ATP has decided to see clearly.

This story has been going on for over a year and the ATP, especially after statements from other tennis players about this situation (primarily Milos Raonic and Andy Murray) decided to clarify and at the beginning of October opened a file to investigate. Meanwhile, Zverev goes on and smiles both on and off the tennis court.