Arthur Rinderknech
Arthur Rinderknech
Arthur Rinderknech
Arthur Rinderknech
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 6 with his parents.
    • Father, Pascal, is the director of a tennis club in Paris; mother, Virginie, is a former WTA No. 208; sisters, Mathilde, Julie and Flore.
    • Cousin, Benjamin Balleret, also played professional tennis (former World No. 204).
    • Played college tennis at Texas A&M University for 4 years (2015-18).
    • Favourite shot is forehand and surface is hard.
    • Lists his favourite tournament as Roland Garros and city on tour is Paris.
    • Idol growing up was Juan Carlos Ferrero. More recently, has admired Juan Martin del Potro: "That's my favourite player. He's the kind of guy I try to model my game from. It's how he moves for a tall player and is just ripping his forehand. It's unbelievable when he's on."
    • Lists "serving bombs"as his favourite hobby.
    • Favourite football team is St. Etienne. Also supportsMiami Heat (NBA) and lists LeBron James as his favourite athlete.
    • Says that his biggest off-court achievement was obtaining his degree in business at Texas A&M. Dream job is "something in business/negotiating."
    • Favourite TV show is Prison Break.
    • Says that his best quality is being a fighter on the court and worst quality is being a perfectionist.
    • Best advice received is 'The Orange Theory' by coach Sebastien Villette: "Just keep doing your thing and it doesn't have to be perfect. Keep going and don't get upset when things aren't perfect."

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST2023)

    • Broke into Top 50 in January 2022 after reaching 1st ATP Tour final at Adelaide-2 (l. to Kokkinakis), then became No. 1 Frenchman and achieved career-high No. 42 in October 2022.
    • Playing on indoor hard courts in fall 2022, saved 1 MP vs. No. 17 Schwartzman in Tel Aviv 2R, 9 MPs vs. No. 15 Carreno Busta in Gijon QF and 2 MPs vs. No. 16 Cilic in Basel 1R.
    • In 2021, advanced to Kitzbuhel SF, reached 6 other ATP Tour QFs, and earned 1st 18 tour-level wins of career.
    • Has captured 5 ATP Challenger Tour titles (3 on hard, 2 on clay) at 2020 Rennes, 2020 Calgary, 2021 Istanbul as Q , 2022 Poznan and 2023 Zug. Has a 73-44 career Challenger record.
    • Five-time All-American at Texas A&M University (3 singles, 2 doubles), where he graduated from Mays Business School in 2018.


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