Mischa Zverev takes on the role of match analyst on Eurosport’s tennis broadcasts during the French Open. Together with moderator Matthias Stach, the 34-year-old will look at the games in the Stade Roland-Garros twice a day on the “Matchball” show, classify and evaluate the events and act as a daily co-commentator.
for Misha Zverev it is not the first time in the Eurosport team. The former number 25 in the ATP world rankings already accompanied the Olympic victory of his younger brother Alexander on the Eurosport microphone. “In Mischa Zverev we have an expert who is not only close to the action, but has already worked for Eurosport at the Grand Slams and also the entire tennis tournament at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games from the studio in Munich-Unterföhring for accompanied Eurosport. He knows both our team and the processes,” says Gernot BauerHead of Sports at Eurosport Germany.
“Having already been able to report for Eurosport in various roles, I’m looking forward to my new task on the tennis team, which will open up a new perspective on the sport for me,” says Misha Zverev And adds: “These will be two intensive weeks of tennis with top-class matches. I don’t just want to explain to the spectators the small details that can often make big differences, but also convey their enthusiasm for tennis.”
In the previous year, Mischa Zverev was on site as an international and national expert for Eurosport at numerous Grands Slams and reported on the tournaments in his video format “Mischa’s Mission”.
With Matthew Stach Mischa Zverev, the most experienced tennis specialist on German television, is there as a presenter. During the French Open, the newly formed doubles will be broadcast daily at 8:30 p.m. with a round-up of the day’s matches and an outlook on the upcoming night session. After the evening games, Stach and Zverev will report back with a final analysis of the tournament day.
Eurosport is presenting Roland-Garros, the most prestigious clay court tournament in the world, from 22 May to 5 June live on free TV every day from around 10:30 a.m. on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 and with Eurosport on Joyn PLUS+. Lead through the tennis afternoon as usual Birgit Noessing and Barbara Rittnerwho also looks back on the previous games of the day in “First Serve Rittner” every day at around 6:30 p.m.
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