Having been released from his contract with his current management team, it has been reported that Zverev has lined up a new partnership with Dolphins Sports Management. (AFP)
The 21-year-old says he “couldn’t be happier” with his week in London, which included winning his first Masters 1000 event, and now has ambitions to reach top spot in the world rankings.
“I’m happy where I’m at and it’s such a gift,” said Zverev, who finished runner-up to Grigor Dimitrov at the 2018 Wimbledon final.
“For me, that’s a dream.”
“I mean, I went to Beijing from last year and I won for the first time this year in Toronto. So I’m well on my way.
“Winning against, I think it was either Dimitrov or Raonic in the quarter-finals and being up in the fourth and tough match against Roger Federer, it’s such a tough opponent.
“So it’s still such a great challenge. I still want to keep on training hard and trying to do it one step at a time. And the second one is to try to get to number one.”