ALEXANDER ZVEREV OPENS UP ON 'BITTER' RAFAEL NADAL RIVALRY AND EXPLAINS DISMAL RECORD

Alexander Zverev is yet to beat Rafael Nadal with the Spaniard winning all five matches the pair have played.

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