Who is Alexander Zverev’s girlfriend in 2021? Does he even have a girlfriend? Ex- partner Brenda Patea and baby details of tennis ace revealed.
Zverev’s ex-girlfriend, Brenda Patea
Alexander Zverev’s ex-girlfriend is German model Brenda Patea.
The pair started going out after Zverev approached her in a Paris coffee shop in October 2019.
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Soon after, the couple began dating, however, the relationship only lasted 12 months. They are not together anymore.
Speaking about the split, she said: “We had crises before and then ended our relationship with Alex.
“Because we have different views on life. Everyone who is with an athlete must submit to these situations.”
Alexander Zverev’s ex gives birth
Despite their relatively brief courtship, Brenda Patea gave birth to Alexander Zverev’s child in March 2021.
27 year-old model Brenda Patea spoke about her pregnancy in October 2020, and indicated that she intended to raise the baby on her own.
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“I’m expecting a child from Alex,” Patea told German tabloid Bild.
“We don’t have any communication with Alex right now, and frankly, I don’t plan to share custody of my child with him … but I will do everything to ensure that (the child grows) up in a harmonious and proper environment.
“I have the chance to raise my child alone.”
The tennis ace has had a number of well-documented, off-court issues, including assault allegations made by ex-girlfriend Olga Sharypova.
Zverev vehemently denies the accusations, saying they were “unfounded” and “untrue.”
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So, who is Alexander Zverev’s girlfriend in 2021? Does he even have one?
Since splitting up with Brenda Patea, Zverev has focused all of his attention on tennis. Presumably due to training and travelling, Zverev has not had time to date.
Zverev therefore has no current girlfriend in 2021.
The world no. 6 has had a solid start to 2021, though, winning the Madrid Open – his fourth Masters 1000 title – after beating Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, and Matteo Berrettini.
On 8 June he reached the French Open semifinals after beating the unseeded Alejandro Davidovich Fokina of Spain 6-4, 6-1, 6-1.