Sascha & Mischa Zverev. Zverev was born in Moscow, USSR but grew up in Hamburg, Germany when his parents emigrated there in 1990. He is the son of former Russian tennis player Alexander Zverev Sr., who is also his coach. Internationally, he represents Germany and resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco. His younger brother, Alexander Zverev, also plays ...
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Mischa Zverev and Alexander Zverev are playing for the first time in a main-draw match on the ATP World Tour, with younger brother Alexander leading by a set. Peter Staples/Citi Open. Mischa Zverev will meet his brother Alexander Zverev in the third round of the Citi Open in Washington, D.C. Peter Staples/ATP World Tour.
Won doubles titles w/A. Zverev at 2017 Montpellier and 2019 Acapulco. A. Zverev also won 2017 Montpellier singles title — 1st title sweep by brothers since Andy and Jamie Murray at 2011 Tokyo. Defeated A. Zverev in 2012 Dallas, USA Challenger Q2 and 2014 Houston Q1, but lost 1st tour-level meeting in 2018 Washington 3R.
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Birth Date August 22, 1987 (Age: 33) Hometown Moscow, Russia. Height 6-3. Weight 194 lbs. Career. SINGLES TITLES. DOUBLES TITLES. SINGLES W-L. 1.
Mischa Zverev (34) is a tennis player from Germany who has a career-high singles ranking of No. 25. Click here for a full player profile.
Mischa Zverev DEU. Mischa. Zverev. World Ranking # 317. Handedness left. Year Turned Pro 2005. Height 191 cm. Weight 88 kg. Favorited.
Mischa Zverev is an international Garmen professional tennis player born Russia. His full ...
Tennis News. Tennis Interviews. Former world No. 25 Mischa Zverev says he is there for his brother Alexander Zverev, who is dealing with domestic violence accusations. Recently, Alexander Zverev's...
Alexander "Sascha" Zverev was born on 20 April 1997 in Hamburg, Germany to Russian parents, Irina Zvereva and Alexander Mikhailovich Zverev. He has an older brother Mischa who was born nearly a decade earlier and is a professional tennis player as well. Both of Sascha's parents were professional tennis players for the Soviet Union.