Liam Broady Tennis Player, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, and Net Worth

Liam Broady
Liam Broady
Real Name/Full NameLiam Tarquin Broady (Liam Broady)
Birth Place:Stockport, England
Date Of Birth/Birthday:4 January 1994
Age/How Old:30 years old
Height/How Tall:In Centimetres – 182cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 0″
Weight:In Kilograms – 60Kg
In Pounds – 132lbs
Eye Color:Green
Hair Color:Brown
Parents Name:Father – Simon
Mother – Shirley
Siblings:Naomi Broady and Emma and Calum
School/College:Norris Bank primary and Priestnall School
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Marital Status:Unmarried
Profession:Tennis Player
Net Worth:Around $1 Million
Social Media:Instagram, Twitter
Last Updated:April 2024

Professional tennis player Liam Broady is currently ranked fourth in the world. As a junior, he won the Wimbledon Boys’ Doubles with Tom Farquharson in 2010 and the Australian Open Boys’ Doubles with Joshua Ward-Hibbert in 2011. 

He reached the Wimbledon Boys’ Singles finals both years at the US Open in 2012. He peaked at No. 2 in the world in the junior rankings in 2012. He is presently a professional tennis player competing on the ATP Tour under the guidance of David Sammel. His real name is Liam Tarquin Broady.

Early Life of Liam Broady

He was born in Stockport, England. Liam Broady’s mother’s name is Shirley, and his father’s name is Simon. He has two sisters: Naomi Broady and  Emma, and a brother: Calum

Broady first picked up the game at the age of four and began taking instruction at Matchpoint in Bramhall. he played in his first competition at the age of eight and began to show promise at the age of 10.

Liam Broady Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Liam Broady
Liam Broady

He was born on 4 January 1994. As of 2024, Liam Broady’s age is 28 years. He stands at 6 ft 0 inches and weighs around 60 kg. Liam Broady belongs to Canadian nationality. His zodiac sign is Capricorn. He has green eyes and brown hair.

Liam Broady Education

Liam Broady enrolled in Norris Bank primary and Priestnall School for his GCSEs in 2010. Nothing much is known about his educational background.

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Liam Broady Personal Life

Liam Broady never shared anything about his love life or personal life. So, according to us, Liam Broady is single for now. We will update this post as we get any info!

Liam Broady Professional Career

Benjamin Sigouin ranked 755th in the world, defeated Broady in straight sets in a Challenger tournament in Gatineau. In doubles, he was swept as well.

Broady’s maiden ATP World Tour quarterfinals appearance in September 2017 at the St Petersburg Open in Russia. In October 2017, he was runner-up in the ATP Challenger Tour tournament in Las Vegas.

He began working with Dave Sammel as a coach at the University of Bath in 2016.

Seven first-round losses in a row for Broady made him ponder quitting. Because of this separation from his father, who was eighteen at the time, they didn’t talk to each other until 2015, when they were both twenty-eight years old. Mark Hilton took over as his only coach. Broady advanced to the USA F30 semifinals in Florida in November.

Broady made his first Challenger final in November, losing to James Duckworth in the final of the Charlottesville Challenger. Still, his run to the final pushed him into the top 200 for the initial time, with a career-high ranking of 188th in the world.

Broady’s rating improved 271 places from 470th at the start of the year to become the third-ranked British player.

Broady made his Davis Cup debut for the United Kingdom in February. Albert Ramos-Vinolas defeated him in straight sets, dropping the British side to a 0–1 deficit against Spain.

Broady rose to No. 2 in the junior combined world rankings in March 2012 while still a junior.

Britain’s Nicknamed Broady defeated Germany’s Robin Kern in the semifinals of Wimbledon 2011 and followed it up with a win against Australian Jason Kubler that ended 6–4 6–3 in his favor to secure his spot in the final of the boys’ singles division.

Australian Luke Saville defeated him in the championship match 6–2 4–6 2–6. As a team, Broady and Joshua Ward–Hibbert won the Dunlop Orange Bowl doubles championship in November 2011.

Broady made it to the final of the US Open for the first time in 2012, losing 2–6, 6–2, 5–7 against Filip Peliwo in a hard-fought encounter in the semifinals.

Broady made it to the semifinals of the 2011 France F3 in Bressuire in February. He and Dan Evans won the Chiswick GB Futures F11 doubles championship in July.

When he competed in 18 individual competitions, he was eliminated from the first or second round in 13 (out of 18). Mark Hilton coached Broady when he was a student at Nottingham.

Broady started competing in singles and doubles on the Futures Circuit in 2009 at 15. At the GB F8 in Felixstowe in July 2009, Broady won his maiden main draw singles match against Duncan Mugabe, a 19-year-old. Broady defeated four adult players on the Futures circuit in 2010 with 4-1.

While Naomi was only 17, the Lawn Tennis Association cut her financing because of her “unprofessional” social networking posts. Their father Simon removed his son Liam, then 13, from the LTA program, infuriated by the decision.

Simon sold a small red-brick terraced house as a down payment for their coaching and traveling expenses. When the LTA offered to reinstate their sponsorship, Simon rejected it, and they continued their training at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy on the outskirts of Paris.

While at Mouratoglou in 2012, Broady could not overcome his difficulties, so he sought treatment from the LTA, which resulted in alienation with his father for many years.

In Manchester, Liam resided with his sister, Emma. Broady discontinued his LTA support in November 2015 to mend his relationship with his father, and he currently finances himself by renting his own home in Manchester’s Heatons.

Life Leisure near Broadstone Mill, David Lloyd Fitness, and the Northern Tennis Club were places where Broady took lessons. Broady represented Great Britain in the 2018 Davis Cup clash against Spain. However, she has refused to represent the United Kingdom in the Fed Cup.

Broady’s professional career began in 2005 when he won the Natwest Dorset Open. A year later, he won the Orbetello European Masters under-14 championship, which Rafael Nadal had previously held.

When Broady and Tom Farquharson made it to the Wimbledon finals in 2010, they beat fellow Brits, Lewis Burton, and George Morgan. Since 1995, this was the first time a British duo had won the championship.

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Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Liam Broady in 2024

Liam Broady
Liam Broady

According to us, Liam Broady’s net worth is around $1 million. It shows that she is living a luxurious and relaxed life. He has 17k followers on Instagram.