Meet the lovely Kim Gonzales, she is the girlfriend of German tennis player Mischa Zverev. 6’3″ Zverev a left handed player defeated World No 1 Andy Murray in the fourth at the 2017 Australian Open. I guess beating the best player in the world gave Zverev certain recognition, whose younger brother Alexander is also a tennis player.
With fame comes attention from the media and fans, especially female fans that can’t help to wonder if Mischa Zverev has a girlfriend or not. Believe us the task wasn’t easy, but we found the lucky gal. In addition to Ms. Gonzales, we found Charlene and Sue, Mischa’s ex-girlfriends.
Mischa is the son of former tennis players Irina Svereva and Alexander Zverev Sr. who is now his coach. Zverev was born on August 22, 1987, in Moscow, Russia. He was four years old in 1991 when his family relocated to Germany.
At the age of 18, he turned pro; the following year reached his first ATP-Leven quarterfinal in Thailand, before he was defeated by Marat Safin, who was at that time No 1 in the world rankings, a lot has happen ever since. Mischa is no longer a little boy, he has grown; last year he won his first ATP challenger-singles in Sarasota where he defeated Gerald Melzer in straight sets 6–4, 7–6. He then defeated Nick Kyrgios in the second round at the 2016 Shanghai Masters, before losing to Novak; reached the semifinals at the Swiss Indoors tournament when he defeated Wawrinka. He was send home by Rafael Nadal who defeated in the second round at the Brisbane International in 2017.
Mischa Zverev is without a doubt a handsome man, but he is not single.
Back in 2009, Zverev was dating a French girl named Charlene, a stunning brunette who studied physiotherapy in Nice.
The following year, Mischa and Charlene were together no more, but there was a new girl in his life. Herr name was Sue a Florida student with whom he lived with in Monaco.
But it looks like Mischa and Sue split up, which turned out to be a good thing for the lovely Kimberly “Kim” Gonzales, his new girlfriend with whom he appeared on Elizabeth Holder’s 2016 documentary Two Digits.