Chun-Hsin Tseng
Chun-Hsin Tseng
Chun-Hsin Tseng
Chun-Hsin Tseng
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  • Career
    • Goes by English name Jason. Nickname is Machine.
    • Father, Yu Te; mother, Chung Han Tsai; brother, Yun Di.
    • Began playing tennis atage 6with his father, who goes by English name Ed.
    • Credits his family for support of his tennis.
    • Family owned and operated a small food stand at Lehua night market in Taipei for 20 years.
    • Says that he enjoys playing tennis because every ball and every playing style is different. Likes the challenge.
    • Trains in Germany with coach Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh. Was previouslyatMouratoglou Tennis Academy in France fromage13 to 17.
    • Celebrated 2018 Roland Garros and Wimbledon junior titles by eating ice cream.
    • Finished 2018 as World No. 1 junior, but attended high school graduation instead ofITFWorld Champions Dinner.
    • Favourite shot is forehand, surface is grass, tournament is Wimbledonand city on tour is Taipei.
    • Idol growing up was Kei Nishikori.
    • Enjoys all other sports, including basketball, baseball, table tennis, badminton and snooker. Supports the Rakutenbaseball team at home. Fan of MLB star Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels.
    • Favourite superhero is Marvel character Venom.
    • Enjoys listening to Chinese pop music.
    • Lists actor as his dream job. Favourite school subject was music.
    • Favourite foods are chicken curry andhot pot (soup with meat) and guilty pleasure is tiramisu.
    • Says that his best quality is that he's kind and his worst quality is that he's forgetful.


    • Earned 1st ranking point at age 15 in November 2016, broke into Top 100 in June 2022, achieved career-high No. 83 in August 2022 and qualified for 2022 Next Gen ATP Finals.
    • Made Grand Slam debut at 2022 Australian Open as WC, then qualified at 2022 Roland Garros.
    • Posted 1st ATP Tour win at 2022 Los Cabos (d. Chappell) after earning 5 tour-level wins in Davis Cup play for Chinese Taipei.
    • Dropped 1 set en route to 1st Challenger title at 2021 Maia-2, then did not drop a set en route to Bengaluru and Murcia Challenger titles in 2022.
    • Ended 2018 season as World No. 1 junior after posting 21-2 record in Grand Slam boys’ singles matches (Australian Open final, Roland Garros title, Wimbledon title, US Open SF).


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