2017 served us the best tennis which fans have found as of late where the story was basically around two players (Federer and Nadal) who turned back the hands of time and defied logic to share the four grand slams available equally, while those two will rule the features and will be top choices going into 2018, there have been different players who likewise had accomplishment in 2017 and one of them is the new face of German tennis Alexander Zverev.
Since he made his ATP tour debut in 2014 he has never looked back and numerous intellectuals have tipped him to be a future grand slam champ. So could 2018 be the year he wins his first grand slam title? Based on his exhibitions in 2017 we have reasons to trust he may be ready to win his first grand slam title in 2018. It merits saying since his debut in 2014, he has had his best season till date on tour in 2017. He began the year by reaching the third round of the Australian open where he took Nadal to an epic five set fight. He won his first title of 2017 at Open Sud De France, reached his first quarter finals of a Masters competition in Miami. In the same year he won his first masters title in Rome where he defeated Djokovic and furthermore won his second masters title in Montréal where he crushed Federer. He cracked into the top five in 2017, qualifying for the world tour finals and completed the year as the world No 4.
He might not have gone past the fourth round in the grand slam competitions however he can take strength and positives from the reality he’s become an adult in 2017 at simply the age of 20. His exhibitions have drawn idealism that he could win his first grand slam title in 2018. Two fundamental attributes that had made individuals to observe Zverev are his self-assurance and his physical solidness which he showed in 2017. Something else is that he is not fazed by the opposition, his prevail upon Federer and Djokovic in two masters finals this year are proofs. It stays to be seen whether Zverev will satisfy his potential yet judging from his exhibitions in 2017 there is nothing to propose he won’t and he could make a stride towards that by winning a grand slam in 2018.