The German tennis star, Alexander Zverev, stated that the accusations made by a former girlfriend denouncing an assault by the tennis player in New York last year “are simply not true.”
Zverev, world number 7, insisted that the claims made by Olga Sharypova according to which he would have tried to “strangle her“As part of the US Open, they are” unfounded “and made him” very sad. “
Sharypova did not name Zverev in her Instagram post, but later confirmed to Russian media that she was referring to the 23-year-old tennis player.
Sharypova also revealed that the tennis player hit her head against a wall and that she was forced to flee barefoot at the hotel.
The unfounded accusations of my ex-girlfriend Olga Sharypova … make me very sad, “confessed Zverev, finalist this year of the US Open.
“I am very sorry that she makes statements like this because the accusations they just aren’t true“he added.
“We had a relationship, but it ended a long time ago. Why is Olga making these accusations now, I don’t know,” Zverev said.
The German tennis player also revealed that he will become a father with his former partner Brenda Patea.
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