Alexander Zverev Adds David Ferrer To Coaching Team On Trial Basis

Alexander Zverev will work with retired Spanish tennis player David Ferrer on a trial basis, reports say.  Zverev is currently coached by his dad, Alexander.

The trial will last 15 days, and if things go well the partnership is likely to continue. Zverev was previously coached by Lendl.  He also has short stints with Juan Carlos Ferrero in 2017.

Zverev has struggled to fulfill his potential despite his immense talent. Analysts have cited Zverev’s lack of discipline and professionalism for his poor results. 

Last week, Zverev was seen partying when he was supposed to self-isolate after a coronavirus outbreak in the Adria Tour organized by Novak Djokovic. 

Ferrer was known as someone who always gave 100% on the court and punched about his weight.  The hope is that the partnership can reignite Zverev’s game and make him a grand slam contender again.

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Diego Schwartzman’s Shoes – What Shoes Does He Wear?

If there are height categories in tennis just as there weight categories in boxing, Diego Schwartzman would be the king of the tennis world.  At only 5 ft 7 inches, Schwartzman consistently beats players who are a foot taller than him. That’s because his return game is so good that his opponents are put on the backfoot on their service games.

Schwartzman has an apparel and shoe sponsorship deal with Fila. He currently wears the Fila Axilus 2  Energized shoes on the court. 

Schwartzman’s game best suits the clay court. But he has also produced good results on hard courts. He was named after former Argentinian football player Diego Maradona. He reached the semifinals at the 2020 French Open, becoming the shortrest player to achieve that feat in more than 40 years.

Diego Schwartzman’s Shoes

Movement around the court is a big part of Schwartzman’s game and the Fila Axilus 2 Energized shoes give him the confidence to sprint freely around the court.   The shoes come in two versions – one designed for hard court and one for the clay. 

Fila Axilus 2 Energized shoes are lightweight with a  molded footcare cage.  The shoes provide good support and stability and allow players to take quick cuts on the court.

The outsole of the Fila Axilus 2 Energized is durable and comes with a 6-month durability guarantee.  This guarantee will come in handy for players who are tough on their shoes on the court.  The shoes provide excellent traction on all surfaces.  You can start and stop comfortably with these shoes.

Fila Axilus 2 is designed for speed and comfort.  The shoes have rubber cushioning in the midsole. The shoes come in a few colors, so you can choose your colors to look your best on the court. 

Fila Axilus 2 Energized shoes do not require brek-in.  You will feel comfortable and ready to hit the courts the moment you put them on. 

Bottom Line

Fila Axilus 2 Energized shoes are great for players who like to move aggressively on the court.  The shoes are very comfortable and come with a 6-month outsole guarantee.  In addition to delivering performance, these shoes will make you look stylish on the court. 

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