Andreas Mies
Andreas Mies
Andreas Mies
Andreas Mies
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Andy.
    • Father, Franz; mother, Claudia; brothers, Michael and Christian; sister, Alexandra.
    • Began playing tennis at age 6 with his older brother.
    • Inspired by Boris Becker, Tommy Haas and Roger Federer.
    • Credits his parents, current coach Dirk Hortian and college coach Eric Shore as making a big difference in his career.
    • Played college tennis at Auburn University from 2010-13 and was a 3-time All-American (2013 singles, 2012-13 doubles).
    • Earned Bachelor's degree in international business.
    • Favourite shot is backhand, surface is hard and tournament is Wimbledon.
    • Also enjoys playing and watching football. Supports Borussia Dortmund.
    • Favourite city on tour is Melbourne.
    • Secret talent is impressions and guilty pleasure is sweets.
    • Favourite actor is Bruce Willis, band is Coldplay and superhero is Superman.
    • Lists steak and fried potatoes as his favourite foods.
    • Favourite TV show is Kia Fussball Debatte and movie is The Shawshank Redemption.
    • Favourite book is The Inner Game of Tennis by W. Timothy Gallwey.
    • Says his best quality is ambition and his worst quality is impatience.
    • Serves as an ambassador for Special Olympics.
    • Teamed withGerman football player Bastian Oczipca during COVID-19 pandemic to deliver fruit to essential workers and residentsof Lebenshilfe, a non-profit organisation that enables people with intellectual disabilities to lead more independent lives.
    • Underwent right knee surgery in February 2021.

    (UPDATED 5JUNE 2023)

    • Achieved doubles career-high No. 8 after reaching 2019 ATP Masters 1000 Paris SF w/Krawietz.
    • Owns 12-1 record at Roland Garros w/Krawietz, winning 2019 and 2020 titles to become 1st All-German Grand Slam men's doubles champions and 1st repeat Grand Slam champions since Mirnyi/Nestor at 2011-12 Roland Garros.
    • Qualified for 2019 and 2020 Nitto ATP Finals w/Krawietz, becoming 2nd All-German team to play at year-end championships (Fassbender/Pohmann in 1975).
    • Posted 46-9 Challenger doubles record w/Krawietz, winning 8 titles as a team including Marbella and Heilbronn in 2019.
    • Did not compete on ITF Junior Circuit, but played at Auburn University from 2010-13, earning Bachelor's degree in international business and 3 All-American honours (2013 singles, 2012-13 doubles).


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