Alexander Zverev has reportedly hired another “supercoach” tapping the now-retired David Ferrer to join his team on a part-time basis.
Zverev, who already went through Juan Carlos Ferrero and Ivan Lendl, will have the 38-year-old Ferrer visit him for a 15-day trial in Monte Carlo.
Ferrer was considered to be one of the best fighters on the tour. Zverev, meanwhile, is regarded to be on the opposite end of that spectrum. Another area of need for Zverev is help with his serve which was never Ferrer’s forte.
Zverev tested negative for the Coronavirus during Novak Djokovic’s Adria Tour, but after announcing he would self-quarantine for two weeks, the German star drew criticism for being seen partying in public.
There is no doubt that this was a video of Zverev from today, no matter how many deletions/misdirects are attempted by Monégasque misfits.
— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) June 28, 2020
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