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Alex De Minaur 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki

Australian tennis player

Born: February 17, 1999 (age 22 years), Sydney, Australia

Height: 1.83 m

Weight: 69 kg

Nationality: Australian

Prize money: 4.523 million USD

Awards: Australian Tennis Award for Newcombe Medal

Celebrated Name Alex de Minaur

Age 22 Years

Nick Name Minaur

Birth Name Alex de Minaur

Birth Date 1999-02-17

Gender Male

Profession Tennis Player

Birth Nation Australia

Place Of Birth Sydney

Height 1.80 m

Weight 69 kg

Siblings 3

Nationality Australian

Horoscope Aquarius

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Alex De Minaur 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Four-time ATP Tour singles champion and two-time Next Gen ATP Finals runner-up achieved career-high No. 18 in 2019.

Captured 1st title at 2019 Sydney, becoming final champion in his hometown tournament’s history (est. 1885).

Owns 4 singles titles overall, including 2019 Atlanta, where he became 3rd ATP Tour champion since 1991 to face 0 break points (Haas 2007 Memphis, Isner 2017 Newport).

Reached 1st Grand Slam QF at 2020 US Open, becoming youngest Aussie in US Open QF since his mentor Hewitt in 2002.

Son to a Uruguayan father and Spanish mother, splits time between Australia and Spain, and speaks English, Spanish and French.

He is a past winner of the Australian Under 14s and Under 16s Championships.

He made his Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open in 2017.

De Minaur was born in Sydney, Australia. His father, Anibal, is Uruguayan and his mother, Esther, is a Spaniard.

His father owned an Italian restaurant on George Street in Sydney and met Esther when she began working there as a waitress.

De Minaur has two brothers and three sisters — Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Cristina, and Sara.

His name is commonly pronounced /diː mɪˈnɔːr/, inspiring both his nickname of the Demon and his logo used when signing the camera lens after winning matches.

De Minaur has dual Australian and Spanish citizenship.

He spent the first five years of his life in the south Sydney suburb of Carss Park before relocating to Alicante, Spain.

He completed most of his early education in Spain before returning to Australia at age 13. As of 2015, de Minaur was living in Spain.

De Minaur has stated that he has always felt a strong bond with Australia even though he has lived most of his life in Spain.

In 2017, he told the Sydney Morning Herald “I used to represent Spain but I always felt I was Australian.

As soon as we moved back here again that was the first thing I wanted to do — play for Australia.”

De Minaur is fluent in English and Spanish and also speaks some French. He is currently dating British tennis player Katie Boulter.

Alex, in 2005, with his parents (back) and his first coach, Cindy Dock (left), a former Australian player. Taken in Alicante, Spain.

De Minaur began playing tennis at age three at the Sydney Private Tennis Academy at the Parkside Tennis Courts in Kogarah Bay.

He was coached by Kerry Dock and then by Cindy Dock, a former Australian player.

He has been coached by Adolfo Gutierrez since he was nine years old and living in Alicante.

De Minaur reached a career-high ranking of 2 on the juniors circuit and won the 2016 Australian Open boys’ doubles title alongside Blake Ellis.