Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Domi.
    • Began playing tennis at age 6 and switched to 1-handed backhand at age 11.
    • Father, Wolfgang, and mother, Karin, are tennis coaches; brother, Moritz, earned 1st Pepperstone ATP Rankings point in 2018.
    • Mom started tradition at 2019 Indian Wells by getting a tattoo each time Thiem wins a title.
    • Dad is coach of Austrian player Sebastian Ofner.
    • Favourite shot is forehand and surface is clay.
    • Idols growing up were countrymen Stefan Koubek and Jurgen Melzer. Dream opponent is Andre Agassi.
    • Favourite tournaments are Vienna and Kitzbuhel. Won both titles in 2019.
    • Big football fan and supports Chelsea FC.
    • Boasts a life-size wax figure at Madame Tussauds Vienna, having taken 250 measurements and 180 photos during a 3-hour seassion in January 2021.
    • Founded his own football club in 2016 called 1. TFC Matzendorf,which consists of friends and fellow tennis players who play charity games a few times each year.
    • Enjoys ski jump competitions.
    • Featured in Vogue's 2017 September issue.
    • Joined Austrian military service from November 2014 to April 2015. Did not miss any tournaments.
    • Wears bracelets in support of 4ocean, which pledges to pull a pound of trash from the ocean for each bracelet sold.
    • Suffered a tear in his right wrist that forced him to miss 9months from June 2021-March 2022.

    (UPDATED 21AUGUST 2023)

    • Achieved career-high No. 3 in March 2020 and remained in Top 5 until suffering right wrist tear in June 2021. Finished in Top 10 for 5 straight years from 2016-2020 with year-end best No. 3 in 2020.
    • Fell to as low as No. 352 on 13 une 2022 before slowing working his way back into Top 100. On home soil in 2023 Kitzbuhel, reached final (l. to Baez) and afterwards jumped from No. 116 to No. 84 on 7 August.
    • Playing in his 4th Grand Slam final, defeated A. Zverevin 5th-set TB to win2020 US Open title, becoming 1st player to win US Open final from 2 sets down since Gonzales in 1949 (Amateur Era).
    • Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals each year from 2016-20, defeating No. 3 Federer and No. 2 Djokovic en route to 2019 championship match, then beating No. 2 Nadal and No. 1 Djokovic en route to 2020 final.
    • Playing in his 3rd ATP Masters 1000 final, defeated 5-time champion Federer to win 2019 Indian Wells title.
    • Went 9-3 from 2019-20 against Djokovic, Federer and Nadal, joining Murray as 1 of 2 players with at least 5 career wins over each member of Big 3.


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