"I’m not going to rule it out at all," the 23-year-old hamburger said in an RTL/ntv interview. "The work we did together, at the davis cup, at the ATP cup, i always liked that, too," the world number seven said a good week before the start of the australian open in melbourne. At the moment, however, there were other problems on both sides, which had to be dealt with first, before a cooperation could be considered.
That’s why the three-time wimbledon champion, who has also worked with world number one novak djokovic of serbia in the past, was "no question at the moment, but in the future i certainly won’t rule it out," said zverev.
Zverev and spanish david ferrer had recently ended their successful collaboration because ferrer wanted to be with his family more during the corona pandemic. Becker retired from his position as german head of men’s tennis at the end of last year and continues to work as a TV pundit. Zverev is now being trained again by his father, while his older brother mischa is also taking care of management matters.