Alexander Zverev reacts to Workforce Europe successful Laver Cup

World No. 4 Alexander Zverev acknowledged that Workforce World has to work laborious to beat Workforce World on the Laver Cup. Workforce Europe completely dominated Workforce World as they gained 14-1 however Zverev insisted the matches had been robust and tense.

In his lone singles match performed, Zverev beat John Isner in three units. “I believe we’re all extraordinarily joyful. We had quite a lot of laborious work for this victory all through the entire week and the fellows have been superb, the group of this group has been completely superb.

I believe quite a lot of us got here a lot nearer collectively. To be sincere, I am unable to anticipate London subsequent 12 months,” Zverev mentioned.

Zverev once more a part of a victorious Workforce Europe group

“I believe it’s not solely the format however the group ambiance that we’re having.

The three earlier years it was at all times very shut, very tight. I gained the final two matches of the final two years, so it’s at all times very shut,” mentioned Zverev throughout his pre-tournament interview. “Clearly, as Thomas [Enqvist] mentioned, I shared my experiences with the fellows who’s the primary time for them right here.”

Zverev was assured that Workforce Europe would beat Workforce World, saying earlier than the beginning of the occasion that they had been the favorites. “I believe the stadium goes to be possibly in opposition to us somewhat bit. The gang goes to be in opposition to us possibly somewhat bit.

However we’re who we’re. We’re six top-10 gamers sitting right here. Numerous us are in unbelievable kind proper now. “We do know that we’re the favourites. I believe all people is trying ahead to it. Everyone is trying ahead to the problem, and we’ll see the way it goes.

In the long run of the day, we’re right here to hopefully win it once more.” Workforce Europe now owns an ideal 4-0 document in opposition to Workforce World on the Laver Cup.

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