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alex de minaur

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ATP RANKING: 6

Age
23
Birthplace
Sydney, Australia
Turned Pro
2015
Career Titles
6
Height
183 cm (6'0")
Weight
69 kg (152 lbs)
Plays
Right-handed
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Laver Cup Record

Appearances

London 2022

1
1 Points Won
2 Matches Played
1-1 W-L Record

Single matches

1-0 W-L Record
1 Points Won

Double matches

0-1 W-L Record
0 Points Won

Laver Cup Record

Appearances

London 2022

1
1 Points Won
2 Matches Played
1-1 W-L Record

Single matches

1-0 W-L Record
1 Points Won

Double matches

0-1 W-L Record
0 Points Won
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Biography

Overview

Alex de Minaur is Australia’s top-ranked player and the latest addition to Team World. He is a six-time ATP Tour singles champion, having captured his first title back in his hometown Sydney in 2019 – the year after being named 2018 ATP Newcomer of the Year. While his favorite surface is grass, five of De Minaur’s Tour-level titles have come on hard courts, including his latest at Atlanta in July, an event he also won in 2019.

Off Court

De Minaur splits his time between Australia and Spain, and speaks English, Spanish and French. Nicknamed, the ‘Demon’, Alex’s father is from Uruguay and his mother is Spanish. He was introduced to tennis at the age of four and moved to Alicante when he was five, training in Europe and later mentored by one of Australia’s most successful players, Lleyton Hewitt. Aside from tennis, De Minaur loves playing golf.

Career

De Minaur’s renowned fighting spirit on court has yielded six ATP singles title since capturing his first in Sydney in 2019. All have been on hard court, with the exception of Eastbourne 2021. He has finished runner-up at four other ATP Tour-level singles tournaments and in doubles, captured the ATP Tour Masters 1000 at Cincinnati in 2020 with Pablo Carreno Busta. De Minaur has been a leading Next Gen player, twice reaching the finals of the Next Gen ATP Finals, and achieving a career-high No.15 ranking in June, 2021.

2022 highlights:

Winner: Atlanta
Semifinals: Barcelona, Lyon, Eastbourne
Quarterfinals: Rotterdam

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