Tommy Paul Tennis Player Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Career, ATP and Net Worth

Tommy Paul
Tommy Paul

Tommy Paul is a well-known American professional tennis player who earned career-high ATP singles 50 on June 14, 2021.

Tommy Paul established himself as a youngster and went professional in 2015. He reached the main draw of a Grand Slam for the first time in the 2015 US Open, losing in the first round to Andreas Seppi.

Tommy Paul features a powerful attacking forehand, great footwork along the baseline, and quickness going towards the net, all of which have contributed to his success on clay courts. He defeated fellow American Taylor Fritz in the 2015 French Open boys‘ singles final.

Early Life of Tommy Paul

He was born in Voorhees Township, New Jersey, USA. Tommy Paul’s father’s name is Kevin Paul, and his mother is Jill MacMillan. He has a brother called Dylan and a sister named Jessie. Nothing much is known about his childhood life.

Tommy Paul Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Tommy Paul Better half
Tommy Paul Better half

Tommy Paul was born on May 17, 1997. As of 2024, Tommy Paul’s age is 27. He belongs to American nationality. His height is 6 feet, and his weight is 82kg. He has White, brown hair and hazel eyes.

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Tommy Paul Education

Tommy Paul passed his graduation from The University of Georgia.

Tommy Paul Personal Life

Tommy Paul is currently dating Kiki Passo, an Instagram model. Nothing much is known about his love life.

Tommy Paul Professional Career

Paul became a professional in 2015. Paul, unlike most Americans, has a penchant for clay courts, having won the Junior French Open and his first four ITF Futures singles championships on clay. 

He reached the main draw of a Grand Slam for the first time in the 2015 US Open, losing in the first round to Andreas Seppi. 

Paul broke into the Top 200 for the first time in March 2016 when he qualified for the Miami Masters. Paul received a wild card into the 2016 United States Men’s Clay Court Championships in Houston in April, when he upset 53rd-ranked Paolo Lorenzi in the first round for his first career ATP victory.

Paul would subsequently spend the remaining 2016 mostly competing on the ATP Challenger and ITF circuits.

In the first part of 2017, he competed in Challengers and ITFs. In July 2017, he upset seventh seed and 53rd-ranked Chung Hyeon in three sets at the Atlanta Open after qualifying. 

He subsequently defeated Malek Jaziri in three sets to get to his first quarterfinal on the ATP circuit. 

Gilles Müller, the third seed, then beat him. Tommy was handed a wildcard into the ATP 500 Washington Open due to his performance in Atlanta. 

Paul advanced to the second round after defeating Casper Ruud. He next faced Lucas Pouille, whom he defeated in straight sets for his best career triumph. 

He met Gilles Müller again in the following round but won in three sets to reach his first ATP 500 quarterfinal. He was defeated in three sets by Kei Nishikori.

Paul entered the top 100 for the first time in his career in September 2019, after winning his second ATP Challenger championship in New Haven, after his victory in Sarasota earlier in the season.

At the 2020 Australian Open, Paul advanced to the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career, defeating 18th seed Grigor Dimitrov in the second round before losing to Marton Fucsovics.

He also reached the second round of singles and the quarterfinals of doubles at the 2020 French Open, partnering fellow American Nicholas Monroe for the first time on his favored surface.

Paul reached the semifinals of the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open in Parma, Italy, in May, where he lost to Sebastian Korda.

Paul reached the second round of the 2021 French Open in June when second seed Daniil Medvedev eliminated him. 

Consequently, he joined the top 50 on June 14, 2021, at No. 50, one place higher than his career-best ranking of No. 51 set on March 8, 2021, after his quarterfinal appearance at the 2021 Rotterdam Open.

Paul qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics, where he was eliminated in the first round by 11th seed Aslan Karatsev.

He scored 16 at the 2021 BNP Paribas Open after upsetting World No. 5 and fourth seed Andrey Rublev. 

Before, he had never advanced beyond the third round of an ATP Masters 1000 tournament before. It is his second victory against a Top 10 opponent, after Alexander Zverev in Acapulco in 2020.

He reached his first ATP final at the 2021 Stockholm Open, beating Andy Murray in the quarterfinals and Frances Tiafoe in the semifinals.

He defeated the previous champion Denis Shapovalov to claim the championship. He became the year’s tenth first-time champion.

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Net Worth, Salary & Earnings of Tommy Paul in 2024

Tommy Paul Trophy
Tommy Paul Trophy

Tommy has won a total of $1,593,830 in prize money during his career, and his endorsement partnerships with New Balance, Nike, and Wilson Racquets have increased his net worth to about $800,000. 

Because he has not yet won an ATP title, his prize money is made up of appearance fees, four Challenger championships, and six ITF titles.

Tommy has worked with New Balance to meet his apparel and footwear needs. Previously, he was signed to a contract with Nike. He is a Wilson racquets player.

Quick Bio / Wiki

Real Name/Full NameTommy Paul
Birth Place:Voorhees Township, New Jersey, USA
Date Of Birth/Birthday:May 17, 1997
Age/How Old:27 years old
Height/How Tall:In Centimetres – 182cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 0″
Weight:In Kilograms – 82Kg
In Pounds – 180lbs
Eye Color:Hazel
Hair Color:Brown
Parents Name:Father – Kevin Paul
Mother – Jill MacMillan
Siblings:Dylan, Jessie
School/College:University of Georgia
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Marital Status:Dating
Girlfriend:Kiki Passo
Profession:Tennis Player
Net Worth:$800,000
Social Media:Instagram, Twitter
Last Updated:July 2024