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Alexander Zverev said that he doesn’t want to answer anymore questions about his recent domestic abuse case filed by his ex-girlfriend. Zverev settled an assault case filed by his then girlfriend for allegedly pushing and strangling her. The German reached a deal with his former partner Brenda Patea marking the end of a lengthy battle, with the Berlin court declaring no verdict. As per the media, Zverev had a monetary agreement where he would way $ 200,000 euros ($217, 820). 

Zverev was also not found guilty of any wrong doing, and his trial reached end hours before he got past Casper Ruud to make it to the French Open 2024 final. This is the first time the German has made it to the final at the clay-court major. Zverev lost the first set 2-6 but turned around the game and ended up winning the next three sets 6-2, 6-4, 6-2. 

Never ever want to hear another question: Alexander Zverev

In the post-match conference, Zverev was asked about the case where he said that he doesn’t want to hear another question about it. The 27-year-old said, “I told you so from the start. I told everybody. I'm happy that it's over. Yeah, nothing else more to say. That's it. Four years. I'm happy about that.” 

He added, “That's what dropping the case is. That is innocence. They're not going to drop the case if you're guilty at the end of the day. I don't know what translations you have, but that's what it means. Done. We move on. I never ever want to hear another question about the subject again. That goes out to everybody.”