Misha Zverev can be qualified as a Server & Volleyer (Offensive). 28% of his total points are won playing this game style. Besides, he can also be Offensive with the 1-2 punch approach right after his serve (4% of his total points won), the baseline appraoch (6% of his total points won) and the chip & charge (2% of his total points won). At the net he has one of the best volley on tour with a very high ratio of volley in (73%).
Offensive / Very high
As a Serve & Volleyer, Misha Zverev possesses a Serve just above average. He makes slightly more aces/service winners than his rivals on average and this despite opting for a high first serve percentage (65%).
Server / Medium-high
Misha Zverev cannot be regarded as a Puncher at all. He is probably the player on tour who makes on average the least points with the forehand when compared with his rivals: almost 4 times fewer.
Puncher / Very low
A bit like the players of the old days, Misha Zverev is a Retriever from the back of the court. When compared with his rivals, he does not have the power to make more points than them and he prefers to be as consistent as possible and wait his chance to move forward. In total, 45% of his points are won by the errors of his opponents and this result is above the general average of the ATP players.
Retriever / Medium-high
From the back of the court Misha Zverev Retrieves with Tempo. It means that he stands close to his baseline and takes the ball on the rise. The quality of his backhand is better than the one of his forehand but he stil makes 30% fewer points with this shot than his rivals.