Alex de Minaur Net Worth 2024, Biography, Age, Height

By Alice Moreno

Alex de Minaur is a 24-year-old professional tennis player from Sydney, Australia. Born on February 17, 1999, he has a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 11 as of August 2023 and a doubles ranking of No. 58 as of October 2020. He turned pro in 2015 and plays right-handed with a two-handed backhand.

In January 2023, de Minaur faced Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open and lost in straight sets. However, he bounced back by winning the Mexican Open in March, securing his seventh career victory and first ATP 500 title. As of August 2023, his estimated net worth is $4 million, and he has earned over $10 million in prize money. De Minaur has several endorsements, including Swisse Wellness, TAG Heuer, and Wilson.

Quick Facts About Alex de Minaur

NameAlex de Minaur
Age24 (1999.02.17)
Weight152 lbs (69kg)
Height6’0″ (183cm)
BirthplaceSydney, Australia
ProfessionAustralian Tennis Player
Singles Rank11
Turned Pro2015
PlaysRight-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
CoachAdolfo Gutierrez
Singles Career High11 (2023.10.02)
Doubles Career High58 (2020.10.12)
Net Worth$4 million
Prize Money Singles & Doubles Combined$10,782,647
EndorsementsSwisse Wellness, TAG Heuer, Wilson, Asics and FairMarkets
FatherAnibal de Minaur
MotherEsther de Minaur
Marital StatusIn a relationship
PartnerKatie Boulter

Alex de Minaur Biography

Alex de Minaur was born in Sydney, Australia, on February 17, 1999. He stands 6 feet tall and weighs 152 pounds. He began playing tennis at age four and moved to Alicante, Spain, when he was 5. De Minaur grew up between Spain and Australia, attending primary school in Spain. His coach, Adolfo Gutierrez, has trained him since he was 9.

Turning pro in 2015, de Minaur has made significant strides in his career. He won his first ATP Tour doubles title in 2020 and reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal at the 2020 US Open. Lleyton Hewitt, a former World No. 1, has mentored him. De Minaur was named the ATP Newcomer of the Year in 2018.

Apart from tennis, he has been active in charity, donating $4,500 for Australian bushfire relief in 2020. As of August 2023, he holds a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 11. His net worth is estimated to be $4 million, and he has several endorsements. In 2022, he scored 47 victories; in 2023, he scored his biggest career win by defeating No. 2 Nadal.

Alex de Minaur Early Life

Alex de Minaur was born in Sydney, Australia, and started living in the suburb of Carss Park. He began playing tennis at just three years old. He first trained at the Sydney Private Tennis Academy in Kogarah Bay. His early coaches were Kerry Dock and a former Australian player, Cindy Dock.

At the age of 5, de Minaur moved to Alicante, Spain. He grew up between Spain and Australia, and this dual upbringing helped shape his tennis game. He did most of his early schooling in Spain and moved back to Australia when he was 13.

By the time he was nine, he started training under Adolfo Gutierrez in Alicante. In his junior career, he reached a high ranking of 2. He also won the 2016 Australian Open boys’ doubles title with Blake Ellis. While Lleyton Hewitt has never been his official coach, he has mentored de Minaur.

Alex de Minaur Career

Alex de Minaur Career

Alex de Minaur is an Australian tennis player who started his professional career in July 2015. He first gained attention in the Spain F22 tournament, reaching the quarterfinals. In 2016, he got a wildcard for the Australian Open but lost in the first round to Kimmer Coppejans. Most of his 2016 season was spent on the ITF circuit in Spain, where he reached two finals.

Alex de Minaur made his first ATP Challenger Tour final in Eckental, Germany. Although he had to qualify, he made it to the final. Unfortunately, he lost to Steve Darcis at this stage. 

In 2017, Alex de Minaur took part in the Brisbane International and made it to the ATP Tour main draw for the first time. He defeated players like Mikhail Kukushkin and Frances Tiafoe in the qualifiers. However, he lost to Mischa Zverev in the first round.

Soon after, de Minaur received a wildcard for the Apia International Sydney. Here, he notched his first Tour-level win by defeating world No. 46 Benoît Paire

Thanks to a wildcard entry, Alex de Minaur made his Grand Slam debut at the 2017 Australian Open. He won his first match against Gerald Melzer in a thrilling five-set game, saving a match point in the fourth set. However, he lost to Sam Querrey in the second round.

Later in the year, de Minaur made his French Open debut but lost to Robin Haase. He also participated in the US Open, where Dominic Thiem defeated him in the first round.

De Minaur’s year concluded with a significant win in December. He won the Australian Open play-off, securing a main draw wildcard for the 2018 Australian Open.

By the end of 2017, his singles ranking had risen to No. 208, marking a year of challenges and growth for the young Australian player.

In 2018, Alex de Minaur at the Brisbane International with a wildcard entry. He made waves by defeating Steve Johnson and then world No. 24 Milos Raonic

, both in straight sets. He reached the semifinals but lost to Ryan Harrison.

Notably, de Minaur became the youngest and lowest-ranked player to reach the men’s semifinals in the tournament’s 10-year history. He reached another ATP Tour semifinal in Sydney a week later, beating well-known players like Fernando Verdasco and Feliciano López. He even made it to the final but lost to Daniil Medvedev in a three-set match.

The 2018 Australian Open saw de Minaur face off against Tomáš Berdych in the first round. Though he lost, he did manage to take a set off the 19th seed. 

In 2018, Alex de Minaur had an impressive run. At the French Open, he received a wildcard but was defeated by 16th seed Kyle Edmund. He bounced back by winning his first Challenger title at the Nottingham Open against Dan Evans.

Wimbledon was another high point, where he reached the third round but lost to world No. 1 Rafael Nadal. In Washington, he defeated several players, including Vasek Pospisil and Steve Johnson, to reach his first ATP 500 final, eventually losing to Alexander Zverev. He broke into the top 50 rankings, reaching World No. 45 in August.

The US Open saw de Minaur defeat Taro Daniel and Frances Tiafoe before losing to seventh seed Marin Čilić. Later, he surpassed Nick Kyrgios to become Australia’s top male player.

In the Next Generation ATP Finals, he performed well against Andrey Rublev, Taylor Fritz, and Liam Caruana in the group stage. He defeated Jaume Munar in the semifinals but lost to top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the finals. 

In 2019, Alex de Minaur had a strong start with a quarterfinal run in Brisbane, lifting his ranking to World No. 31. This achievement led to his first-ever seeding in a Grand Slam at the Australian Open. He clinched his first career title at the Sydney International, defeating players like Dušan Lajović, Reilly Opelka, Jordan Thompson, and Gilles Simon.

He reached the third round at the Australian Open but lost to Rafael Nadal. Despite this setback, he attained a career-high ranking of World No. 24 in March. Unfortunately, a groin injury kept him off the court for two months.

Upon his return, de Minaur had a mixed Wimbledon experience, losing to Steve Johnson in the second round. He recovered impressively at the ATP Final in Atlanta, where he beat Taylor Fritz to win the trophy. Notably, he didn’t face a single break point in the four matches in Atlanta.

In the 2019 US Open, Alex de Minaur achieved a milestone by beating Kei Nishikori, marking his first win over a top-10 player. He reached the fourth round but lost to Grigor Dimitrov.

In September, he won his third ATP title by defeating Adrian Mannarino at the Zhuhai Championships. De Minaur also reached the final of the Swiss Indoors, where he faced Roger Federer and lost. This performance helped him attain a career-high ranking of World No. 18.

In the Next Generation ATP Finals, de Minaur was the top seed. He performed strongly in the group stage, defeating players like Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, Miomir Kecmanović, and Casper Ruud. He bested Frances Tiafoe in the semifinals but fell to Italian wildcard Jannik Sinner in the final round. 

In 2020, Alex de Minaur began by representing Australia in the inaugural ATP Cup. He won against Alexander Zverev and Denis Shapovalov but lost to Dan Evans in the quarterfinals. However, he and Nick Kyrgios secured a thrilling doubles win to advance Australia to the semifinals, where de Minaur lost to Rafael Nadal.

An abdominal strain led to his withdrawal from the Adelaide International and the Australian Open. He returned in February at the Mexican Open but lost to Miomir Kecmanović. The COVID-19 pandemic then disrupted the ATP tour.

In his first tournament, the Cincinnati Masters, de Minaur lost in the singles but won the doubles title with Pablo Carreño Busta. At the US Open, he reached his first Grand Slam quarterfinal, losing to eventual champion Dominic Thiem.

The rest of the season saw him competing in various tournaments, including losses to Dominik Koepfer, Marco Cecchinato, and Daniil Medvedev. He reached the final of the European Open but lost to Ugo Humbert. His season ended at the Sofia Open with a quarterfinal loss to Jannik Sinner. De Minaur concluded the year ranked No. 23.

In 2021, Alex de Minaur started the year by winning his fourth ATP singles title at the Antalya Open. His opponent, Alexander Bublik, retired due to an ankle injury. At the 2021 ATP Cup, de Minaur lost matches to Roberto Bautista Agut and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

In the Australian Open, he reached the third round but was defeated by 16th seed Fabio Fognini. He faced second-round eliminations in subsequent tournaments like the Rotterdam Open and the Dubai Championships, losing to Kei Nishikori and Jérémy Chardy, respectively.

The clay-court season was challenging for de Minaur. At the Monte-Carlo Masters, he lost in the first round to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. He made it to the third round in Barcelona and Madrid but faced defeats from Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominic Thiem.

His journey in the Italian Open ended in the first round, and at the French Open, he was beaten in the second round by Marco Cecchinato. These results marked a year of ups and downs for the Australian tennis player.

In June, Alex de Minaur had a strong start on grass. He reached the quarterfinals at the Stuttgart Open and the semifinals at the Queen’s Club Championships, losing to top seed Matteo Berrettini. He won his first grass title at the Eastbourne International, defeating Lorenzo Sonego.

However, his Wimbledon run was short-lived, ending in a first-round loss to Sebastian Korda. De Minaur had to withdraw from the Tokyo Olympics due to a positive Covid-19 test.

Returning to the tour in August, he faced early exits in several tournaments. He was defeated by players like Steve Johnson, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Gaël Monfils, and Taylor Fritz. His struggles continued in the Moselle Open and the Sofia Open, where he lost in the second round both times.

At Indian Wells, he reached the fourth round but was defeated by Stefanos Tsitsipas. He fell in the first round of the European Open to American qualifier Brandon Nakashima. The year ended with a first-round loss at the Paris Masters, bringing his final ranking to No. 34. 

In 2022, Alex de Minaur kicked off the year at the ATP Cup, representing Australia in Group B along with Italy, Russia, and France. He secured a notable win against world No. 7 Matteo Berrettini, marking his first victory over a top-10 player since 2020.

However, he lost to world No. 2 Daniil Medvedev in his next match but bounced back to defeat Ugo Humbert. Australia finished second in the group. At the Australian Open, de Minaur was seeded 32nd and reached the fourth round for the first time in this Grand Slam. 11th seed Jannik Sinner eventually defeated him. 

In February 2022, Alex de Minaur participated in the Rotterdam Open and reached the quarterfinals. He was defeated by top seed and world No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas there. At the Dubai Championships, he faced a first-round exit at the hands of Karen Khachanov.

In Davis Cup action against Hungary, de Minaur secured wins over Zsombor Piros and Márton Fucsovics, helping Australia clinch the tie 3–2. Moving on to the Indian Wells Masters, he made it to the fourth round but was beaten by 20th seed and eventual champion Taylor Fritz. At the Miami Open, de Minaur was seeded 25th and reached the third round, where he lost to third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas. 

In the clay-court season of 2022, Alex de Minaur faced mixed results. He started at the Monte-Carlo Masters, losing in the second round to fifth seed Andrey Rublev. He had a significant upset at the Barcelona Open, defeating fourth seed Cam Norrie in the quarterfinals.

However, despite having match points, he lost a closely contested semifinal to fifth seed Carlos Alcaraz. In Madrid, de Minaur was defeated in the second round by 10th seed Jannik Sinner. He made it to the third round of the Italian Open but lost to second seed Alexander Zverev.

De Minaur’s clay season continued at the Lyon Open, where he reached the semifinals but was defeated by Alex Molčan. Seeded 19th at the French Open, he faced a first-round exit in a grueling five-set match against Frenchman Hugo Gaston. The match lasted nearly four hours, marking a challenging end to his clay-court campaign.

In the 2022 grass-court season, Alex de Minaur had a mixed start, losing in the second round of the Libéma Open to 2019 champion Adrian Mannarino. However, he bounced back at the Queen’s Club Championships by defeating eighth seed Reilly Opelka in the first round, only to lose to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the next round.

De Minaur claimed his sixth career title at the Atlanta Open, beating players like James Duckworth, Adrian Mannarino, Ilya Ivashka, and Jenson Brooksby in the final.

The hardcourt season saw more milestones. At the Stockholm Open, he won his 150th match by beating Benjamin Bonzi and made it to the semifinals, where he lost to Holger Rune. He faced Rune again in the first round in Basel and lost. At the Rolex Paris Masters, de Minaur had a significant victory, defeating world No. 3 Daniil Medvedev, marking his first win over a top-5 player in 19 attempts.

He reached the third round in Paris, ending the year with a singles rank 24. This concluded a year of both challenges and highlights for de Minaur.

In 2023, Alex de Minaur had a varied performance. He started the year with a fourth-round exit at the Australian Open, losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic. In March, he achieved a significant milestone by winning his first ATP 500 title at the Mexican Open, defeating Tommy Paul in the final.

This win catapulted him back into the top 20 rankings. However, his momentum stalled as he lost in the second round of the BNP Paribas Open to Marton Fucsovics. He had a similar second-round exit at the Miami Open against Quentin Halys in a marathon match lasting over three hours.

De Minaur bounced back at the 2023 National Bank Open, reaching his first Masters 1000 final. Despite a strong performance, he lost to Jannik Sinner in straight sets. The year has been a mix of highs and lows, but de Minaur continues to show promise in tennis.

Singles Career

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Doubles Career

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Alex de Minaur Net Worth

Alex de Minaur Net Worth

As of August 2023, Alex de Minaur has an estimated net worth of $4 million. This wealth comes mainly from his tennis career. He earns money from playing matches, as well as from sponsorship agreements and endorsement deals.

In addition to his net worth, de Minaur has earned over $10 million in prize money from various tennis tournaments and championships. For the year-to-date in 2023 alone, he has earned $1,688,506 in prize money from both singles and doubles matches.

Alex de Minaur Endorsements

Alex de Minaur has several endorsement deals that contribute to his income. He is a brand ambassador for Swisse Wellness, a multivitamin company. He also has a deal with TAG Heuer, a well-known watchmaker, which he signed in 2019 when he was just 22 years old.

In addition to Swisse and TAG Heuer, de Minaur is sponsored by Wilson and Asics. Wilson provides him with tennis racquets, while Asics supplies his on-court apparel. 

In 2022, he signed a new sponsorship agreement with FairMarkets, an investment house part of GKG Financial Holdings.

Alex de Minaur Family

Alex de Minaur comes from a diverse family background. His father, Anibal, is Uruguayan, and his mother, Esther, is Spanish. They met when Esther worked as a waitress at Anibal’s Italian restaurant on George Street in Sydney.

The family is quite large, with Alex having two brothers and three sisters. Their names are Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Cristina, and Sara. This big family adds a strong sense of support and unity to Alex’s life.

Alex de Minaur Personal Life

Alex de Minaur, nicknamed “Demon,” is in a relationship with British tennis player Katie Boulter. He holds dual citizenship in Australia and Spain and is fluent in English and Spanish, with some ability in French. His favorite tennis surface is grass, and he looks up to former World No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt and Roger Federer.

He has a tattoo of “109” on his chest, marking him as the 109th player for the Australian Davis Cup team. If not for tennis, he would be a golfer. He’s a Real Madrid soccer team fan, thanks to his mom, and supports the NSW State of Origin rugby team. He had to miss the 2020 Australian Open due to an abdominal tear.

Alex de Minaur Education

Alex de Minaur attended primary school in Spain. Later, he completed high school while traveling for his tennis career. To keep up with his studies, he used distance education. 

He trained at the Olympic Park headquarters of Tennis NSW. The training facility provided him the flexibility to continue his education remotely. This allowed him to balance both his tennis and academic commitments.

Alex de Minaur Philanthropy

Alex de Minaur donated $4,500 to Australian bushfire relief in 2020. He gave $250 for each ace he hit at the ATP Cup, totaling 18 aces. 

In January 2023, he took part in Tennis Plays for Peace. This charity event was at Rod Laver Arena. Stars like Rafael Nadal and Coco Gauff also played. Funds raised went to UNICEF Australia and Global Giving for aid in Ukraine.

Conclusion

Alex de Minaur is a successful tennis player with a net worth of $4 million. His career includes prize money, sponsorships, and endorsements. He has deals with brands like Swisse Wellness and TAG Heuer.

His personal life is rich and diverse. He is in a relationship with tennis player Katie Boulter and speaks multiple languages. He got his education through distance learning while on tour.

He is also a philanthropist. He donated money for Australian bushfire relief and participated in a charity event for Ukraine. Overall, de Minaur is not just a tennis star but a well-rounded individual.

FAQs

Who are Alex de Minaur’s major sponsors?

Alex de Minaur’s major sponsors include Swisse Wellness, TAG Heuer, Asics, Wilson, and FairMarkets.

Who is Alex de Minaur’s girlfriend?

Alex de Minaur has been dating WTA star Katie Boulter since March 2020.

Who is coaching Alex de Minaur?

Ranked No. 24, de Minaur has brought former Australian Davis Cup player Peter Luczak into his coaching staff, joining Adolfo Gutierrez, who has coached him since he was nine.

Alice Moreno
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Hi, I'm Alice Moreno. I've been writing about celebrities since 2005. I love sharing stories about famous people and finding out how much they're worth. I studied Journalism and enjoy digging for facts to make sure everything I write is true.

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