Alex de Minaur is a professional tennis player from Australia. On June 28, 2021, he reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 15, and on October 12, 2020, he reached a doubles level of No. 58.
De Minaur was born in Australia’s Sydney. His mother, Esther, is a Spaniard, and his father, Anibal, is from Uruguay.
When Esther started working as a waiter at the Italian restaurant his father owned on George Street in Sydney, they got to know one another.
Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Cristina, and Sara are De Minaur’s sisters, and he also has two brothers.
De Minaur holds dual citizenship with Australia and Spain.
Before moving to Alicante, Spain, he spent his first five years of life in the south Sydney neighborhood of Carss Park.
He spent the majority of his formative years in Spain before moving back to Australia at the age of 13. De Minaur was a resident of Spain as of 2015.
De Minaur has claimed that despite spending the majority of his youth in Spain, he has always had a strong connection to Australia.
De Minaur speaks English, Spanish, and a little bit of French with ease.
Alex De Minaur career
At the Parkside Tennis Courts in Kogarah Bay, the Sydney Private Tennis Academy, De Minaur started playing tennis when he was three years old. Both Kerry Dock and Cindy Dock, a former Australian player, served as his coaches.
Adolfo Gutierrez has been his coach ever since he was nine years old and a resident of Alicante.
De Minaur and Blake Ellis won the boys’ doubles title at the 2016 Australian Open, and De Minaur achieved a juniors circuit career-high ranking of 2 in the process.
Despite the fact that he has never had Lleyton Hewitt as a coach, he still serves as a mentor.
De Minaur competes in tennis while flying the Australian flag. At the Spain F22 in July 2015, he made his professional debut and advanced to the quarterfinals.
After being given a wildcard into the main draw, De Minaur started the year at the Brisbane International.
Before recording a career-high victory over world number 24 Milos Raonic in straight sets, he overcame American Steve Johnson in straight sets.
Alex De Minaur net worth: How much does he earn?
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Alex de Minaur has competed in singles and doubles matches on the ATP tour and earned a total of $6,028,156 to date.
Alex de Minaur, who signed the deal at a very young age, is the brand ambassador of the multivitamin company Swissie Wellness. The 22-year-old Australian also inked a stunning endorsement agreement with legendary watchmaker TAG Heuer in 2019.
Other sponsors of Alex de Minaur include American sports equipment manufacturer Wilson and sportswear manufacturer Asics. While Wilson sponsors the Australian’s tennis racquets, Asics is in charge of his on-court gear.
Alex de Minaur and FairMarkets, the investment firm that is a division of GKG Financial Holdings, agreed to another sponsorship deal in 2022. (GKG).