This is Andreas Mies
Andreas Mies started playing tennis at the age of six. Back then, his older brother took him along to a small tennis club in the neighbourhood. But Andreas – or Andy, as everyone still calls him today – soon realised that he wanted to do more than just play. He watched the professionals on TV or even up close from the courtside at the World Team Cup in Düsseldorf. Being as successful as these pros – that was his dream. Which is why, at the age of twelve, Andy headed to Cologne. When he graduated from secondary education, he moved further afield to the United States, where he was awarded a tennis scholarship programme. After completing a BA in Business Studies, Andy was ready to take the next step: he ventured into professional tennis. However, several knee injuries kept setting him back, so he changed tack and began to focus on the doubles rather than the singles. It proved a success: in 2019, he won the French Open – his first Grand Slam title.
Upcoming dates for Andreas Mies
Roughly 40 weeks every year Andreas Mies spends travelling around the world – from the clay courts in Paris to the grass courts in London to the hard courts in New York and Melbourne. Andy’s upcoming dates are listed below. Please note that this schedule may change at short notice.