The ATP published the results of a 15-month-long independent investigation into the abuse allegations against Alexander Zvrev. The German has been accused by his former girlfriend Olga Sharypova of being abusive towards her but he claimed that he was innocent. The investigation concluded that there was conclusive evidence that suggested Zverev had been abusive with the ATP confirming that no disciplinary action will be taken.
He released a statement on the matter saying:
"From the beginning, I have maintained my innocence and denied the baseless allegations made against me. I welcomed and fully cooperated with the ATP's investigation and am grateful for the organization's time and attention in this matter."
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"This decision marks a third neutral, third-party arbiter who has reviewed all relevant information and made a clear and informed decision on this matter in my favor. In addition to the ATP's independent investigation, I have also initiated court proceedings in Germany and Russia, both of which have won."
And concluded with:
"I am grateful that this is finally resolved and my priority now is recovering from injury and concentrating on what I love most in this world - tennis. I want to thank my friends, family and fans for their ongoing support. We followed the long and difficult process and justice has prevailed."