Dominic Stricker
Dominic Stricker
Dominic Stricker
Dominic Stricker
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Domi.
    • Speaks German, French and English.
    • Father Stephan, is a policeman and former table tennis champion and in charge of his son's management; mother, Sabine; sister, Michele.
    • Began playing tennis at the age of five in Heimberg, Switzerland.
    • Left home aged 14 to train at the Swiss Federation in Biel. Becoming a tennis professional was and is his dream job.
    • Supports BSC Young Boys (football) and SC Bern (ice hockey). Also enjoys playing golf.
    • Has practised many times with countryman Roger Federer, who is his tennis old. "He told me some tips like to work on my serve," said Stricker. "That was something he told me many times and now I’d say that my serve is pretty good."
    • Favourite shot is his serve and surface is hard courts.
    • Favourite city on Tour is Melbourne and tournaments are Melbourne, Gstaad and Basel.
    • Favourite movie is The Intouchables and musician is Bruno Mars.
    • Favourite food is lamb racks with potatoes and guilty pleasure is tiramisu.
    • Favourite school subject was math.
    • His best quality is staying calm and worst quality is being impatient.

    (UPDATED 26 AUGUST2023)

    • After ending 2020 as World No. 3 junior, achieved career-high No. 106on 17 July 2023 after qualifying for 2ndGrand Slam tournament at Wimbledon (d. Popyrin in 5 sets, l. to No. 10 Tiafoe). Made Grand Slam debut as LL at 2023 Roland Garros (l. to No. 17Paul in 1R).
    • Qualified for 2022 Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, falling in SFs to Lehecka and finished a year-end best No. 118 in Pepperstone ATP Rankings.
    • Advanced to QFs in ATP Tour debut at 2021 Geneva (l. to Andujar) as WC and in 2nd ATP Tour main draw at 2021 Stuttgart (l. to Querrey) as WC.
    • Captured 1st Challenger title in 2nd Challenger appearance at 2021 Lugano as WC (d. Sachko).
    • Beat Cressy in 2022 Basel 1R as 20-year-old WC to become youngest Swiss to earn a win in Basel since Federer, 19, in 2000.
    • Captured 1st ATP Tour doubles titles on home soil at 2023 Gstaad w/Wawrinka (17-year age differential with his countryman).
    • Has a 54-32career ATP Challenger Tour record (5-1 in finals) with titles at 2023 Rovereto, ITA (d. Zeppieri) and Prague-1 CZE (d. Ofner).
    • Defeated Riedi in 1st All-Swiss Grand Slam boys’ singles final at 2020 Roland Garros before teaming w/Cobolli to win boys’ doubles title, becoming 1st player to sweep those titles since Gonzalez in 1998.


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