Alexander Zverev says some jumped early to the conclusion that he was the bad guy and added the ATP’s investigation into the domestic violence allegations made against him “found nothing because there was nothing to be found.” After Zverev’s ex-girlfriend Sharypova accused the German of domestic violence, the ATP launched an investigation in 2021 October.
This week. the ATP announced “there was insufficient evidence to substantiate published allegations of abuse” and also said Zverev “would not face any disciplinary action.” “I know from Twitter. Someone from ATP called me, but only after it was already published.
It’s very easy to blame someone. I won two lawsuits, now the ATP investigation. Some people called me out as an enemy before there was even an investigation. The investigation was without a result because there is nothing, because nothing happened.
I can’t do more than I’ve done. I’m glad that I can finally put this issue behind me and do what I love to do, which is to play tennis,” Zverev said, as revealed by Jannik Schneider.
. @ChipundCharge was at today’s presscon in Trier prior the german Davis Cup tie vs Switzerland and asked A.
Zverev about what he thinks about the result of the ATP investigation ðª. I translated his answer in english. German parts in the original Tweets below. https://t.co/DG726Uj7VU pic.twitter.com/hwK3KBb5d2 — Jannik Schneider (@schnejan) February 2, 2023
Zverev finally at peace
“A major independent investigation into Alexander Zverev has found insufficient evidence to substantiate published allegations of abuse.
As a result, no disciplinary action will be taken by ATP,” the ATP’s statement read. Since Day 1, Zverev has been claiming his innocence. After the ATP announced the launch of an investigation into the domestic violence claims made against Zverev, the German tennis star said he was glad about the process.
15 months later, Zverev came out as the winner. Meanwhile, Zverev is set to represent Germany this weekend. In Trier, Germany is facing Switzerland in the Davis Cup qualifiers. The winner of the tie will progress to the Davis Cup Finals and German captain Michael Kohlmann is hoping Zverev delivers.
“I hope that he will be the leader of the team and play a very important part for us,” Kohlmann said of Zverev.
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