Felix Auger-Aliassime
Felix Auger-Aliassime
Felix Auger-Aliassime
Felix Auger-Aliassime
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nicknames are FA2 and Ogr.
    • Speaks French and English.
    • Began playing tennis at age 5 with his dad.
    • Father, Sam Aliassime, is a tennis coach and originally from Togo; mother, Marie Auger; sister, Malika, also plays tennis.
    • Donates$5 for every point that he wins to EduChange, partnering with CARE to supportprotection and education of children in Togo. BNP Paribas added $15 for each of Auger-Aliassime's 4,904 points won in 2020, totaling a $98,080 donation.
    • Favourite surface is hard, shot is forehand and tournament is ATP Masters 1000 Canada.
    • Idol growing up was Roger Federer, with whom he shares a birthday. Trained together in Dubai following 2017 season.
    • Dream opponent is Yannick Noah.
    • Enjoys playing piano and performed at 2019 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo player party.
    • If he wasn't a tennis player, he would be an artist.
    • Supports Montreal Canadiens (NHL).
    • Member of ATP Player Council from2020-22.
    • Named 2022 recipient of the Lionel Conacher Award for Canada’s Male Athlete of the Year by The Canadian Press.

    (UPDATED 22 MAY 2024)

    • Achieved career-high No. 6 and earned personal-best 60 wins during breakout 2022 season, including career-long 16-match win streak with 3 titles in as many weeks at Florence, Antwerp and Basel.
    • Also in 2022, won Rotterdam title to snap 0-8 start to career in singles finals, advanced to 3rd straight Grand Slam QF at Australian Open, and swept team titles at ATP Cup, Laver Cup and Davis Cup.
    • Led ATP Tour with 45 hard-court and 31 indoor wins in 2022, highlighted by victories over No. 1 Alcaraz and former No. 1s Djokovic, Murray and Nadal.
    • Reached 2024 Madrid final to become the 1st Canadian ATP Masters 1000 finalist on clay courts.
    • At 2021 US Open, became 1st Canadian men’s singles semi-finalist in tournament history (since 1881).
    • As an 18-year-old in 2019, became youngest Top-25 player since Hewitt, 18, in 1999, youngest ATP 500 finalist in series history at Rio de Janeiro (since 2009), and youngest semi-finalist in Miami tournament history (since 1985).


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