The second seed fought back to beat Dusan Lajovic on Wednesday, and Zverev broke Dzumhur when the 26th seed was serving for the match in the fourth set, before going on to win 6-2 3-6 4-6 7-6 (7-3) 7-5 after nearly four hours on court.
"It was the first time I have won on this court and I hope there are many more to come". It's not about, I'm going to try to do this, try to do that in the third set, I'm going to do this in the fourth set or something like that.
"You try to win each point, you try to win each game".
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He added: "I think it was important to kind of see for myself that I can win back-to-back five-set matches and both very hard physical matches".
Up next for Zverev, who has never progressed beyond the fourth round of a Grand Slam, is the victor of Lucas Pouille's match with Karen Khachanov.
Dzumhur, the No. 26 seed from Bosnia, understandably felt really bad about the hit right after, but there's not much anyone could have done here.
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He led 4-2 in the final set, saw off a match point and then bounced back to secure the win.
It wasn't easy but Alexander Zverev is into the fourth round of Roland Garros. "If it takes me five sets, that's also great", added the 21-year-old who now has a 6-5 win-loss record in five setters. "I was feeling fine physically, so for me that gives me a lot of confidence going deep into the fifth set, going long matches on this kind of surface. Love it. I didn't understand a word you're saying, but it's not important".
The distressed youngster needed to leave Court Philippe Chatrier after receiving a consoling hug from the Bosnian player.
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"But that's tennis. And that's why he's one of the best players today".