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Zverev Declares: “It’s my f****** time!!!!”

Like a lion king roaring in the jungle, a blunt, bold declaration was made today during the Alexander Zverev vs Karen Khachanov five setter at Roland Garros.

After a key point, Zverev screamed like a lion, with a Serena level intensity, “It’s my fu***** time!!!!”

Those four words could alter the tennis universe, with the proficiency and malice not unlike the ‘Death Star’ laser beam.

If you don’t know what time it is, I will try to translate for you what Zverev said. He said, “THERE IS A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN!!”


“Rafa you better watch out, I’m taking you out pal.”

Yes, Zverev’s one sentence said all those things. And more.

A new era is about to commence. The Alexander Zverev Era.

Yes it is. He just told us in the most emphatic and vehement manner with one hundred percent total absolute unquestionable conviction.

“It’s MY F****** TIME.”

You got that Rafa, Dominic, Novak, John?

Alexander Zverev is about to take over Roland Garros. And quite possibly, the sport.





  • Chazz · June 4, 2018 at 9:06 am

    I like his declaration way, way more than Anderson’s a few months ago. Zverev has a bright future, Anderson on the other hand, nearing the ripe age of 32, basically said he would take over the tennis world and leave Federer, Nadal, etc in dust. Good to see Schwartzman come from 2 sets down to take him out today.

  • Doug Day · June 4, 2018 at 11:53 am

    The Shortman was always in it Scoop. 3 set down against a server. Go back to our last comments a la Ferrer. Little beast east(Argentina that is)

  • Scoop Malinowski · June 4, 2018 at 11:57 am

    Shortman Schwartzman is the most amazing player in the world right now.

  • Michael in uk · June 4, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    I know! Absolute legend status for Diego re confirmed again!
    What a brilliant score! Go to love Diego!

  • Dan Markowitz · June 4, 2018 at 8:33 pm

    Schwartzman incredible, but how about this Cecchinato in the quarters. I may have this wrong, but at 25 entering this Roland Garros, I don’t think the guy had won one Grand Slam match. That’s got to be a record, to reach the quarters of a slam never having won a slam match before. He’s already beaten so far in Paris two top-10 players in Goffin and Careno Busta. Remarkable.

  • Scoop Malinowski · June 4, 2018 at 9:37 pm

    Dan, it could be some kind of record, but Sandgren reached the QF this year in Australia and it was his first main draw of a a major after about seven failures in major qualis. Estrella Burgos also failed to qualify for about ten years in majors and when he finally did he made 3R losing to Raonic at US Open 67 67 67. Interesting topic of sudden shocking major success by all three of these players.

  • Dan Markowitz · June 4, 2018 at 10:12 pm

    But did either Tennys or Vicktor beat two Top 10 players along the way? Or is Carreno Busta no longer in Top 10? Still quite a feat by the Italian.



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