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Zverev’s Chilling Fall That Could Have Forced Him Out of Wimbledon

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Two years after breaking his ankle in the semi-finals of Roland Garros against Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev seems to have regained his best form . He demonstrated this just a month ago by reaching the final of the French Open.

Zverev’s Chilling Fall That Could Have Forced Him Out of Wimbledon.

This Saturday, in his third round match at Wimbledon, he suffered a fall that almost cost him another serious injury . Zverev was running towards the net to return a ball from Cameron Norrie in the fifth game of the second set when he suffered a spectacular slip.

Sascha made a bad move with his left knee and was writhing in pain while those on the bench feared the worst. The tournament physiotherapist appeared and confirmed that it had been a false alarm.

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