Status: 04.12.2023, 11:52 a.m.
By: Andre Oechsner
Alexander Zverev and Sophia Thomalla have escaped the snow chaos of the last few days. Offspring of the two, according to convinced users, would correspond to a certain ideal.
Munich – The inhabitants of Munich have had to contend with massive snowfall in recent days, even the Bundesliga match between FC Bayern and Union Berlin had to be cancelled due to the masses of snow. Alexander Zverev and Sophia Zverev have only noticed something of this from a distance, if at all.
|Date of birth:
|20 April 1997 (age 26), Hamburg
|World ranking (as of December 4, 2023)
|55 wins, 27 losses
Alexander Zverev gives insights into vacation with Sophia Thomalla
The couple shows their followers on Instagram on a love holiday in the Maldives. Both Zverev and Thomalla are not stingy with romantic pictures or of various activities they had done during their days off.
For example, they provide insights into a jet ski excursion. In addition, the two lovers can be seen watching sharks, snorkeling, fishing with a line and, in relaxed sections, relaxing together in the pool.
Alexander Zverev and Sophia Thomalla: Now "back to work"
"Recharged – now back to work," Thomalla captioned one of her posts, which she captioned with a tennis ball and a camera emoji. One user is already sure: "Your children will be the most beautiful in the world."
Thomalla, who can currently be seen as the presenter of the trash format "Are You the One?", should have prepared her Alexander for the coming season with a few strokes. For Zverev, the tennis year has long since ended due to his early elimination at the ATP Finals.
Alexander Zverev and Sophia Thomalla enjoy "couple-time" in the Maldives. © Instagram/alexzverev123/sophiathomalla
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Shortly after the end of the season, the Hamburg native had already said that he was now taking a few days off: "I love being in the gym and seeing progress. For me, that's also a holiday somewhere." And that's what we need, after all, the Summer Olympics in Paris are a busy year ahead of us.
And Zverev, of course, is heading to the city of the Eiffel Tower to defend his title. For the upcoming matches, he sets himself "no limits," said the current world number seven, who managed to return to the top of the world after his serious ankle injury at the French Open 2022. (aoe)