Jurij Rodionov is an Austrian tennis player holding Belarusian ethnic background.
Rodionov turned professional in 2017. Throughout his career, he has been coached by Gunter Bresnik, Gary Muller, and Richard Waite.
He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 118, achieved on 17 April 2023.
This article will look at Jurij Rodionov’s Net Worth, Salary, Endorsement, Stats and Girlfriend.
About Jurij Rodionov
Jurij Rodionov is a left-handed player who prefers to play on clay courts. He has a powerful serve and a solid two-handed backhand. He is known for his fighting spirit and resilience on the court. He has won six ATP Challenger singles titles, and one ATP Challenger doubles title so far in his career.
Jurij Rodionov was born on 16 May 1999 in Nuremberg, Germany, to Belarusian parents Sergui and Galina.
His parents moved from Belarus to Germany in 1996 before later relocating to Austria. Rodionov started playing tennis at age five and showed a natural aptitude for the sport.
He trained at the Tennis Academy of Lower Austria and later joined the Austrian Tennis Federation’s national team.
Rodionov made his debut on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2014 and reached a career-high ranking of No. 35 in 2017.
He also competed in the junior events of all four Grand Slam tournaments, reaching the third round of the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2017.
Rodionov turned professional in 2017 and started playing on the ITF Men’s Circuit and the ATP Challenger Tour.
He won his first Challenger title at the 2018 Almaty Challenger, defeating Evgeny Karlovskiy in the final. He also reached the final of the 2018 Ostrava Challenger, losing to Pablo Andujar.
In 2019, Rodionov won his first Challenger doubles title at the Shymkent Challenger, partnering with Goncalo Oliveira.
He also qualified for his first ATP Tour main draw at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna, where he lost to Diego Schwartzman in the first round.
In 2020, Rodionov won two more Challenger singles titles at the RBC Tennis Championships of Dallas and the Morelos Open, defeating Maxime Cressy and Emilio Gomez, respectively in the finals.
He also made his main draw Grand Slam debut at the French Open as a qualifier and reached the second round with a win over Jeremy Chardy in five sets.
He received a wildcard for the Erste Bank Open again and had the biggest career win, beating eighth seed and World No. 12 Denis Shapovalov in straight sets. He lost in the second round to Dan Evans.
In 2021, Rodionov reached his maiden ATP Tour semifinal at the MercedesCup in Stuttgart as a wildcard, defeating Peter Gojowczyk and Alex De Minaur before retiring due to injury in the match with eventual champion Marin Cilic. As a result of this run, he reached a career-high ranking of World No. 135 on 14 June 2021.
In 2023, Rodionov won his sixth Challenger title overall and first of the season in Biel, Switzerland, where he was the defending champion. He reached a career-high ranking in the top 120 of No. 118 on 17 April 2023. Ranked No. 119, he qualified for his first Masters 1000 at the Mutua Madrid Open.
Jurij Rodionov’s Net Worth and Earnings
Jurij Rodionov has an estimated net worth of $300,000 as of 2023. Tennis tournaments are his primary source of income, and he has earned a total of $775,885 in prize money from singles and doubles events. He also makes money from endorsements and sponsorships. Head currently sponsors his racquets and clothing, while Nike sponsors his shoes.
|Full Name||Jurij Rodionov|
|Born||16 May 1999|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Current Tour||ATP Tour|
|Highest Ranking||No. 118 (17 April 2023)|
Jurij Rodionov is unmarried and has no wife. He is currently not in a relationship.
Jurij Rodionov is 24 years old as of June 2023. He was born on 16 May 1999 in Nuremberg, Germany.
Height and Weight
Jurij Rodionov is 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) tall and weighs 83 kg (184 lbs).
|Career wins||118||Career wins||2|
|Career losses||19||Career losses||2|
|Career high ranking||134 (2023)||Career-high ranking||675 (2018)|
|Prize money||$775,885||Prize money||$15,050|
Where is Jurij Rodionov from?
Jurij Rodionov was born in Nuremberg, Germany, to Belarusian parents Sergui and Galina. He later moved to Austria and represented the country in tennis.
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