A sigh of aid for Alexander Zverev: ATP has determined to not impose any sanctions on the tennis participant as a result of home violence allegations of former companion Olya Sharypova. An investigation was launched in October 2021 to make clear allegations of home violence in opposition to Alexander Zverev, following the statements of his former companion, Olya Sharypova. The information would have occurred outdoors of the Shanghai Masters 1000 in 2019, in Monaco, Geneva and New York. Zverev has all the time denied that he’s responsible of such expenses.
ATP commissioned Lake Forest Group., a non-public firm, to research the case. The Lake Forest, which collected statements from two events and 24 different individuals and carried out the investigation for 15 months, couldn’t show Olya Sharypova’s allegations. Subsequently, the ATP determined to not impose any sanctions on Alexander Zverev. Nonetheless, the participant is carefully watched by the ATP, which can rethink its choice in case of latest components.
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