Zenit St. Petersburg signed playmaker Alex Renfroe for the coming season, the club announced Wednesday. Renfroe (1.91 meters, 33 years old) arrives from Partizan Belgrade, where he averaged 8.0 points, 4.3 rebounds and 7.3 assists in six 7DAYS EuroCup games last season. He helped Partizan win the Serbian Radivoj Korac Cup and reach the Serbian League finals. He is a veteran of four EuroCup seasons with three different clubs: FC Bayern Munich, Partizan and Galatasaray Istanbul. He has also played three campaigns in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, one each with ALBA Berlin, Bayern and FC Barcelona Lassa.
Renfroe started the 2018-19 season with BAXI Manresa, with which he ranked third in the Spanish League in performance index rating at 18.5. He averaged 14.1 points on 46.8% three-point shooting plus 6.0 assists over 13 games before joining Partizan. Renfroe started his professional career with VEF Riga of Latvia and also played for Zagreb of Croatia, Enel Brindisi of Italy, Brose Bamberg of Germany, Enisey Krasnoyarsk of Russia and Baloncesto Valladolid and Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz of Spain. He helped Zagreb win the Croatian League in 2011 and lifted the German League trophy with Bamberg in 2013. Renfroe has also been a member of the Bosnian national team.