Alexander Zverev (ATP-3) has his first victory on the ATP World Tour Finals in London. The twenty-year-old German was in the English capital in a long party just a bit stronger than the Croatian Marin Cilic (ATP-5). After more than two hours of play was the 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 final score on the scoreboard.
In the same group won the Swiss Roger Federer (ATP 2) earlier Sunday with a 6-4 and 7-6 (7/4) of the American Jack Sock (ATP-9).
Zverev makes his debut on the ATP World Tour Finals. This year, he won five tournaments on the highest level. At the beginning of this year, Zverev is still in the 24th position of the world ranking.