Alex de Minaur : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife , Children , Education and Biography
Alex de Minaur pronounced is an Australian professional tennis player know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife , Children , Education and Biography
|Name||Alex de Minaur|
|Birthdate ( Age)||17 February 1999|
|Place of Birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Esther ( Mother) , Anibal ( Father)|
|Siblings||Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Christina and Sarah|
|Profession||Australian professional tennis player|
|Net Worth||$1 million - $5 million|
Alex de Minaur and Katie Boulter
Alex de Minaur pronounced is an Australian professional tennis player. He achieved a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 14 on 28 June 2021 and a doubles ranking of No. 58 on 12 October 2020.
Early Life and Family
De Minaur was born in Sydney, Australia. His father, Anibal, is Uruguayan and his mother, Esther, is a Spaniard. Her father owned an Italian restaurant on George Street in Sydney and met Esther when she started working as a waitress. De Minaur has two brothers and three sisters – Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Christina and Sarah. His name usually inspires both. His nickname of the demon and his logo while signing the camera lens after winning the match.
De Minaur holds dual Australian and Spanish citizenship. He spent the first five years of his life in the south Sydney suburb of Cars Parken before relocating to Alicante, Spain. He completed most of his early education in Spain before returning to Australia at the age of 13. As of 2015, de Minaur was living in Spain. De Minaur began playing tennis at the age of three at the Sydney Private Tennis Academy at the Parkside Tennis Court in Cogarah Bay.
He was coached by Kerry Doc and then former Australian player Cindy Doc. He was coached by Adolfo Gutierrez when he was nine years old and was living in Alicante. De Minaur reached a career-high ranking of 2 on the junior circuit and won the 2016 Australian Open boys' doubles title with Blake Ellis. Although Lleyton Hewitt was never officially their coach, he remains a mentor.
Alex de Minaur Wife
Alex de Minuar is currently in a relationship with English Tennis player Katie Boulter. Previously, he was linked with Russian professional tennis player, Anastasia Potapova.Alex de Minaur has been dating Katie Boulter since March 2020.Alex confirmed his relationship with Katie on Instagram. A few days later, Katie posted on Instagram about their one-year anniversary.
Alex de Minaur Net Worth
Alex de Minaur pronounced is an Australian professional tennis player who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million - $5 million in 2021.
De Minaur plays tennis under the flag of Australia. He made his professional debut in July 2015 by reaching the quarter-finals in Spain F22. He was given a wildcard in the qualifying round of the 2016 Australian Open, but lost in the first round. De Minaur spent most of the 2016 season playing on the ITF Circuit in Spain, reaching two finals. He made his first ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Eckental, Germany after qualifying.
De Minaur made his Grand Slam debut at the 2017 Australian Open after receiving a wild card. He faced Gerald Melzer in the first round and won in five sets after saving a match point in the fourth set. He lost to Sam Querrey in the second round. In May, De Minaur made his French Open debut after being awarded a wildcard.
He lost in straight sets to Robin Haase in the opening round. In June, de Minaur lost in the first round to Nottingham and Ilkley Challengers and in the second round of Wimbledon qualifying. De Minaur was awarded a wildcard at the 2017 US Open, losing in the first round to Dominic Thiem. In December, De Minaur won the Australian Open play-off for a main draw wildcard at the 2018 Australian Open.
At the 2018 Australian Open, de Minaur lost to Tomas Berdych in the first round, but finished seeded 19th. He was awarded a wildcard at the 2018 French Open, but lost in the first round to British 16th seed Kyle Edmund. Thereafter, he made it to two consecutive Challenger finals, losing to Jeremy Chardy at Sarbiton, before defeating Dan Evans in straight sets to claim his first Challenger-level title at the Nottingham Open.
He saw his best result ever in a major at Wimbledon, beating 29th seed and French Open semifinalists Marco Cecinato and Pierre-Hugues Herbert to reach the third round, where he lost to world No. 1 and second seed Rafael Nadal.In Washington, De Minaur defeated Vasek Pospisil, 11th seed Steve Johnson, eighth seed and Australian Open semifinalist Chung Hyon, and received a walkover on Andy Murray to reach the semifinals where he faced Andrey Rublev.
De Minaur saved four match points while going down 2-6 in the second set tiebreak, winning six consecutive points to win 8-6. He then went on to win the final set 6–4 against Alexander Zverev to reach his first ATP 500 final, which he lost 4–6, 2–6.  De Minaur entered the top 50 of the rankings for the first time on 6 August 2018 at world number 45.
US Open Quarterfinals: De Minaur played his first tournament since August in February at the Cincinnati Masters, where he was defeated by Jan-Lenard Struff in the first round. However, in doubles, he and Pablo Carreo Busta defeated Jamie Murray to win the title. Neil Skupski in the final. Seeded 21st at the US Open, de Minaur reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal where he lost to second seed and eventual champion Dominic Thiem.
After the US Open, De Minaur traveled to Rome to compete at the Italian Open. He lost in the first round to German qualifier Dominic Koefer. Seeded 25th at the French Open, de Minaur had lost to qualifier and 2018 semifinalist Marco Cecinato in the first round.
De Minaur started his 2021 season at the Antalya Open. Seeded fourth, he won his fourth ATP singles title when his opponent, eighth seed Alexander Bublik, retired from the final due to a right ankle injury. Playing for Australia in the 2021 ATP Cup, De Minaur lost both his matches to Roberto Bautista Agut and Stefanos Tsitsipas.
In Australian Open, de Minaur advanced to the third round, where he was defeated by 16th seed Fabio Fognini. In June, De Minaur had a short but very successful season of hay. He reached the quarter-finals of the 2021 Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart (where he lost to Jurij Rodionov), semi-finals in singles (lost to top seed Matteo Berrettini) and partnered with Cameron Nori in the 2021 Queen's Club Championship in doubles. In the week before Wimbledon, De Minaur won his first title on grass at the 2021 Eastbourne International by defeating Lorenzo Sonego in the final. With this run he rose to a new career-high singles ranking of No. 15.