The 20-year-old became the youngest player since Juan Marton del Potro to qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals, which begin in London on November 12, while the Paris Masters also starts on October 30.
Sandwiched in between is The NextGen Finals in Milan. A final decision has yet to be made, but as things stand, Zverev is set to play in all three events.
That does not faze the youngster, who is keen to play as much tennis a possible.
“I'm going to go out there, I'm going to try my best, play every match, you know, full on and we'll see how it goes,” he said. “I'm ready for the upcoming events. I'm ready for this one. I'm ready for the next big ones in Europe, and obviously London, as well.”
Zverev says he has been working hard in training and is convinced it will pay off.
“Obviously I'm waiting for the breakthrough. Not waiting; I'm doing a lot of stuff for it. I'm practising, working hard,” he added. “I'm sure it will come. I'm very, very sure about it.”