Alexander Zverev played a poor Australian Open crashing out earlier than expected but top tennis coach Patrick Mouratoglou feels he sent a positive message in Montpellier.
Playing an event in the south of France, where Mouratoglou is based, Zverev reached the final albeit falling short of winning the trophy. He faced an inspired Alexander Bublik who produced a brilliant effort to take down Zverev in straight sets and win his maiden trophy. Mouratologu was not discouraged by the loss feeling that Zverev sent a positive message.
He wrote on Twitter:
"Champions always bounce back. Alexander Zverev sends a good message this week."
The event was one where Zverev was looking to build back his confidence after the early exit in Melbourne shattered it. Zverev admitted in Montpellier that he felt a lot of pressure in Melbourne and he didn't deal well with it.
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