Alexander Zverev’s Girlfriend Cheers Him on During His Intense French Open Match Against Rafael Nadal

After dating tennis player Alexander Zverev for over three years, Sophia Thomalla has seldom refrained from expressing her affection for him. The German actress and model has done everything for the ATP sensation, from supporting him from the stands to posting some touching words on social media. Now that Zverev will face Rafael Nadal to open his French Open season, the major issue is: Will Thomalla be present for his highly anticipated opening-round match?

The 34-year-old model will not be in Paris for her boyfriend’s clay court campaign. Sophia Thomalla is now in Thailand for work-related reasons, as seen by her most recent social media post. She will be hosting the well-liked German reality TV program “Are You the One?” once more. “Season 6, here we go! 😍😵‍💫🌴,” Sophia wrote as she shared a photo of herself standing classily in a black suit.

The fact that Thomalla isn’t traveling with Zverev at a Grand Slam event will surprise a lot of fans. She was there in the player’s box of the German tennis player during his run at the Australian Open this year, where he defeated Carlos Alcaraz, the second seed, to clinch a semifinal finish. And Thomalla makes sure to share her love and support on social media even when she isn’t traveling to his tournaments.

Sophia Thomalla posted an amusing message following Alexander Zverev’s victory in Rome.

The German star increased the number of trophies in his collection with his sixth ATP Masters 1000 championship after turning up some outstanding performances at the Italian Open. Zverev had a victorious run in Rome, defeating some of the heavyweights like Taylor Fritz, Alejandro Tabilo, and Nicolás Jarry. Zverev’s girlfriend, Sophia Thomalla, expressed her love and appreciation for him when he was declared champion by sending a lighthearted message to his tennis player lover.


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The German actress wrote, “He just knew that I could do more with a cup at home than with a plate,” as the caption for a photo she posted of the number four player currently holding his trophy. Thomalla expressed her desire for the cup—which is awarded to the player who finishes in second place in a tournament—on her humorous Instagram post.

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