Richard Mill’s Ambassador Alexander Zverev Wins Montpellier And Wins Second Career Title

On Sunday, February 12, 2017, in the Montpellier Open men’s singles match in southern France, Richard Zverev, the ambassador of Richard Mille, took only time 1 hour and 29 minutes, breaking the dream of Richard Gasquet’s four crowns. This was a lucky start for Zverev. The German star continued to rise on the tour and made steady progress towards the world’s number one goal.

   In the game against Gasquet, the first game was dragged into a tie-breaker. Zverev showed his tenacious will in the fierce confrontation. In the second set, the score went to 3-5. Gasquet lost the serve and was unable to prevent Zverev from winning. In the end, Zverev defeated Gasquet 7-6, 6-3 to win the second World Tour title. Last year, Zverev won his first career title in St. Petersburg. It can be said that the 19-year-old tennis player has a bright future in his career.
   Alexander Zverev was not satisfied with the singles victory, and with confidence he partnered with his brother Misha to win the men’s doubles trophy at the Montpellier Open. This is also the first time since the brothers partnered. Doubles laurels. In the men’s doubles final, the brothers beat the second seed Fabris Martin and Daniel Nestor 6-4, 6-7, 10-7 in three sets.
   Misha said after the game: ‘Congratulations to my brother, who won both singles and doubles titles. Sasha is a special one, and I am happy to share the doubles title with him.’ This is Leyton Huey from Newport in 2014. After the special, for the first time, players won the singles and doubles. In addition, only seven players since 2000, including Alexander Zverev, have won multiple titles before the age of 20.
   Currently, ‘Sasha’ Zverev ranks eighteenth on the ATP World Tour. Following the Australian Open, Rafael Nadal, who is also the ambassador of Richard Mille, was dragged into the five-set game, and I am glad to witness the progress of Alexander Zverev to win the championship in Montpellier. Recognition.