General Alexander Mikhailovich
Zverev
Male
USSR
1960-01-22
Sochi, USSR


About

Alexander Zverev, snr., won several events on the tennis tour in the early 1980s, mainly in the old Soviet Union, and also represented the Soviet Union in the Davis Cup. He also notably won the men’s singles title at the Soviet Championships tournament three times, in 1979, 1981 and 1984. He later became a tennis coach in the Soviet Union and in the new Germany, to which he emigrated with his family after the collapse of communism in the early 1990s. His wife, Irina Zvereva (née Fateeva), was also a successful tennis player in the Soviet Union. Their two children, Mikhail (aka ‘Misha’) and Alexander, jnr. (aka ‘Sascha’), are also both tennis players and represent Germany.



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Archive statistics 1979 - 1987
7
67
40


Tournament wins 1984 - USSR Nationals (Amateur)
1984 - Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 1 (Open)
1984 - Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 4 (Open)
1984 - Germany 2 Satellite - Masters (Open)
1982 - European Amateur Championship (Amateur)
1981 - USSR Nationals (Amateur)
1979 - USSR Nationals (Amateur)


Tournaments USSR Nationals - 1987 Wimbledon - 1986 Australian Open - 1985 Travemünde International - 1984 USSR Nationals - 1984 Bielefeld - 1984 Ulm - 1984 King's Cup - Premier Division - 1984 Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 1 - 1984 Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 2 - 1984 Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 3 - 1984 Germany 2 Satellite - Leg 4 - 1984 Germany 2 Satellite - Masters - 1984 USSR Nationals - 1983 World University Games - 1983 King's Cup - Premier Division - 1983 USSR Nationals - 1982 European Amateur Championship - 1982 King's Cup - Premier Division - 1982 Benin City - 1982 Japan Open - Qualifying - 1982 USSR Nationals - 1981 World University Games - 1981 European Amateur Championship - 1981 King's Cup - Premier Division - 1981 USSR Nationals - 1980 European Amateur Championship - 1980 King's Cup - Premier Division - 1980 USSR Nationals - 1979

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