Zverev back on his feet after ankle injury: ‘I haven’t given up on the US Open yet’

Alexander Zverev returned to physical training during the week before Wimbledon following the devastating ankle injury he sustained in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros 2022, which necessitated surgery. The German reassured his supporters about his health by saying, “My kind of season on grass this year,” He then posted a selfie of himself working out on an exercise bike.

It has only been within the last few hours that updates from Zverev’s social media accounts have shown that he is beginning to walk again on the ankle that was hurt, although with a brace on top of the problematic area. As of now, it is not certain when Zverev will return to competition. Everything will depend on how quickly he recovers from his recent injury at the US Open at the end of August. We will see if Sascha is able to play in the US Open at the end of August, as he told German media outlet RTL: “I can already put some weight on my leg, that is a good feeling and we will see how it goes. I have not given up the US Open yet, and of course I want to be part of the Davis Cup. That is a goal, because my brother and I also helped with the organization to bring the Davis Cup to Hamburg. There are many ways to get better, and I am looking forward to getting started on my recovery. Who knows, maybe I may come back even stronger.”