Mischa Zverev sees his younger brother Alexander on the right track when it comes to returning to the top of the tennis world. "He plays incredibly well. The shots are there. We're not worried about that," said Mischa Zverev. Most recently, Olympic champion Alexander Zverev narrowly failed in the round of 16 at the ATP tennis tournament in Indian Wells at former US Open winner Daniil Medvedev from Russia.
After his serious foot injury from the French Open last year, Alexander Zverev had to pause for months. The 25-year-old is playful at the level he was before the injury, said Mischa Zverev. "Now it's just a matter of consistency from time to time." But that was only a matter of time, emphasized the older brother.
Alexander Zverev will make his first appearance at an ATP tournament in Germany this year in Munich. Mischa Zverev is a tournament ambassador for the event, which takes place from April 17th to 23rd. "Nothing can go wrong anymore," said the 35-year-old on Tuesday with a smile about the tennis star's chances of winning the tournament in the Bavarian capital.
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