Posted on January 7, 2021 at 9:32 PM
David Ferrer introduced to “Punto de Break” that he was stopping his collaboration with Alexander Zverev, which started final July. The Spaniard doesn’t need to be a coach in the intervening time.
Seven months, and then that is it. Collaborating collectively since final July, Alexander Zverev and David Ferrer put an finish to their journey, reveals the positioning “Punto de Break”. It was the Spaniard who determined to cease coaching the German, as he defined to the positioning specializing in tennis. “At the end of the year, we had to make a decision. I spoke with Sascha and told him that I preferred not to continue, that we weren’t going to continue next season. There is no particular reason, it just wasn’t the right time. Absolutely nothing happened between us, everything is still going well. I am very grateful for the opportunity he gave me to travel with him during this season. During these months, we had a good coexistence, everything was perfect. It is true that the coronavirus pandemic is calling a lot of things into question, besides the fact that I am also the director of the Barcelona tournament and that it takes a lot of my time. Of course my family is on top of all of this (he has a two and a half year old son, editor’s note), there are a lot of things and I want to focus on her first. We thought the time had come, but ultimately not. It was a brutal experience, but at the moment I understand that I am not the right person to help. I am sure that when the time passes, I will train someone again, that’s for sure ”.
Two victories and two finals in a couple of months
The outcomes of the collaboration between David Ferrer and Alexander Zverev are extraordinarily optimistic, with a closing on the US Open, a spherical of 16 at Roland Garros, two victories on the Cologne tournaments, a closing on the Rolex Paris Masters, and elimination within the group stage of the Masters. The one who will now be coached by his father (whereas ready for one more coach?) Has remained world seventh all through his collaboration with Ferrer. He will begin his ATP Cup season with the German squad on February 1.