Zverev, on the Olympics: “They mean a lot because you play for a whole country”


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Zverev, on the Olympics: "They mean a lot because you play for a whole country"

Alexander Zverev (5th) is contesting his first Olympic Games. The 24-year-old German He is in the round of 16 of the contest and is one of the candidates to fight for the gold to Novak Djokovic (1st).

The Hamburg-born, after his win against Daniel Galán, spoke about what the Games mean to him. “Honestly, they mean a lot because you play for a whole country, for everyone who is watching the games in Germany. I am having too much fun because I come across athletes that I see on television all the time and many come to tell me that they saw me. sometime and I tell them it’s funny because I’ve been a fan of them for several years. “ express.

Furthermore, Nikoloz Basilashvili’s next rival said: “At the Olympic Village we sleep in a room with six colleagues, but we are enjoying it because it is part of the tournament. We all welcome the medalists from our country because it is a very special feeling.”


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