Zverev Aims To Win Halle Title Next Year

Alexander Zverev at the Terra Wortmann Open in Halle (photo: Mathias Schulz)

HALLE/WESTPHALIA, December 1, 2023 (Press Release)

Alexander Zverev aims to finally win his first title in Halle at the 31st TERRA WORTMANN OPEN which will be held from June 15 to 23, 2024.

“I’m eager to return to Halle, one of my absolute favorite tournaments,” said the 26-year-old from Hamburg in an interview with the tournament press. “I’ve been in the final four times, twice in singles and twice in doubles. It’s about time that I clinch the trophy.”

Taking a well-deserved vacation break with his family in the Maldives, Zverev is currently recuperating after an exhausting comeback season.


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Tournament director Ralf Weber is also looking forward to Zverev’s eighth appearance at the ATP 500 grass-court event. “Sascha made an incredible finish this season, participating in the ATP Finals and climbing to the seventh spot in the world rankings. It’s an outstanding performance following his challenging return from a severe ankle injury.”

Zverev’s resurgence has already spurred increased ticket demand for the 31st edition of the TERRA WORTMANN OPEN next spring. “We are surpassing last season’s numbers. Anyone looking to secure tickets for specific days or with particular seat preferences should act quickly in the pre-sale,” Weber advised.

Alongside the gold medalist from Tokyo, other world-class players will compete in the 31st TERRA WORTMANN OPEN – including 22-year-old South Tyrolean Jannik Sinner, who recently secured the Davis Cup victory with the Italian team. The World No. 4 also made waves at the ATP Finals in Turin, defeating Novak Djokovic in the group stage and later falling to Djokovic in a rematch in the final. Two more World Tour Finals participants are set to appear in Halle next year: Daniil Medvedev (ATP 3) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (ATP 6), who, like Zverev, are still awaiting their first title triumph on the East Westphalian grass.

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