Quentin Halys
Quentin Halys
Quentin Halys
Quentin Halys
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 5, hitting with his family at their local club.
    • Father, Frederic, is an IT engineer; mother, Muriel, is a nurse; brother, Hugo.
    • Idols growing up were Roger Federer, Gael Monfils and Marat Safin.
    • Favourite surface is hard and shot is forehand.
    • Favourite tournament is Roland Garros.
    • If he wasn’t a tennis player, he would have liked to have played handball.
    • Enjoys going to the cinema, golfing and playing backgammon.
    • Fan of Paris Saint-Germain (football), Chicago Cubs (MLB), and Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA).
    • Motivation is "to play a lot of big tournaments, to play the best players in the world and to play in front of big crowds."
    • Big sports fan. Perfect day without tennis is playing a padel match, then a round of golf and finishing the day with a rugby match.
    • On transition from juniors to pros:"For me, one of the biggest challenges was staying patient and believing in yourself, after being a top junior and then losing a lot of tough matches as a professional. Even if you lose, there are positives that you can be better tomorrow and you can change things quickly in tennis."

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST2023)

    • Former World No. 3 junior earned 1st ranking point at age 15 in 2012, entered Top 200 in 2015, broke into Top 100 in 2022 and achieved career-high No. 61 in January 2023 after reaching 1st ATP Tour QF at Auckland (l. to Brooksby).
    • Reached first ATP Tour SF at 2023 Estoril (l. to eventual champ Ruud in 3rd-set TB) and best ATP Masters 1000 result was 4R in Miami (l. to eventual champ Medvedev).
    • Qualified at Australian Open in 2018, 2020 and 2021, as well as at US Open in 2021.
    • Posted 43-10 Challenger record in 2022 (3-4 in finals), winning titles at Pau, Lille and Ismaning.
    • Defeated future World No. 3 Tsitsipas en route to 2nd of 6 career Challenger titles at 2018 Quimper.
    • Went 129-46 in singles and 83-35 in doubles on ITF Junior Circuit, ending junior career with run to 2014 US Open boys’ singles final after winning 2014 Roland Garros boys’ doubles title with countryman Bonzi.


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