Dominic Thiem is an Austrian tennis player who was ranked number 3 in 2020. Read the full article to know his net worth, salary, and height.
Thiem was born in a family of tennis players. His parents were both tennis coaches. His younger brother is also a tennis professional. It was his father who coached him when he was just 9. The Wiener native started his professional career in 2011. He had a ballistic entry into the game. During his first year, he flattened the former world no.1 Thomas Muster in an ATP match.
He reached his first best ranking of no. 37 in the year 2014 and became the youngest player to do so. One of the memorable victories of Thiem was against Stan Wawrinka in the Madrid open in 2014. He was able to grab three ATP titles in 2015. He became famous as he moved forward in his career. Thanks to his overall 11 singles titles on the ATP Tour.
The year 2016 was a memorable one for the 28-year-old. He clinched an outstanding victory from Rafael Nadal in the Argentina Open. Another unforgettable feat of Thiem was in the Mercedes Cup where he defeated the mighty Roger Federer. He also became the finalist of the Grand Slam 2018 but was unable to defeat the champion, Rafael Nadal.
His fans love to watch his versatility of shots. He can show some force attacking shots or some decent defensive ones. All in all, he is a treat to watch for all the tennis lovers.
Dominic Thiem’s details
|Full Name||Dominic Thiem|
|Born||September 3, 1993, Wiener Neustadt, Austria|
|Birthplace||Wiener Neustadt, Austria|
|Net Worth||$17 million|
|Father name||Wolfgang Thiem|
|Mother name||Karin Thiem|
Thiem has achieved so much at just 28. His victories against some of the big names like Roger Federer and Nadal show his grip on the game. He can accomplish more as he has a long career ahead.
Dominic Thiem’s Net worth and Salary
Dominic Thiem has won a lot of prize money so far. This has escalated his net worth to a huge $17 million. His salary is about $2 million.
Thiem is a tall fellow with a height of 185 cm. He has the perfect height and body that an athlete requires.
Dominic Thiem is known by the short name Thiem in the tennis fraternity.
Recent News about Dominic Thiem
After a drought season due to a wrist injury he suffered in June 2021, Thiem is thrilled to be back. Thiem withdrew from all big tournaments like Tokyo Olympics, US Open, and Wimbledon due to his injured wrist. He is ready to forget all the pain and waiting and ready to welcome the new year. He explained in an interview,
“I took some time off after Australia, didn’t practice for a while and this got to me during the clay season. After that, I started to play well again and the motivation was there one hundred percent. Then at that moment, the injury happened. It’s a year to forget and now it’s time to rest, be pumped, and work hard for 2022.”