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  • Age 26
  • Turned pro 2011
  • Height / Weight 185cm / 79kg
  • Plays Right-handed, one-handed backhand
  • Birthplace Wiener Neustadt, Austria


Dominic Thiem was born on September 3, 1993 and grew up in Lichtenwörth, a small town in Lower Austria. He began playing tennis when he was six. In 2011, at the age of eighteen, the rising talent entered his first pro-level tournament after earning a wildcard into Generali Open in Kitzbühel. Several more wildcard entries followed, ultimately leading to his first win on the ATP World Tour in a match against countryman Thomas Muster at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna.


In 2012, Thiem turned pro and promptly won several ITF Futures tournaments. He continued his streak in March of 2013 with a final win at the Futures tournament in Croatia. In February of 2014, he broke into the top 100 of the ATP world singles rankings. His best results in 2014 included second- and third-round appearances at Indian Wells, Miami, Barcelona and Madrid, where he also celebrated his first win against a top-10 player, the No.3-ranked Stan Wawrinka.


In 2015 the tennis star won his first title on the ATP World Tour, which advanced him to world No. 31, his highest ranking up until that time. His win against Nicolas Almagro in 2016 in Buenos Aires put him among the top 15 players in the world.


The 2016 tennis season began even more auspiciously for Thiem, with his first ever ATP 500 tournament win, in Acapulco, along with several other strong showings. At the 2016 French Open he achieved his hitherto greatest success by making it all the way to the half finals, where he lost against Novak Dokovic. This result put Thiem at No. 7, his first time in the top 10. The happiest moment of his career came when he beat Roger Federer in straight sets in the semi-final on the grass courts of Stuttgart. He went on to take the title, making him the first Austrian to win on grass at a pro tournament. At the end of the season he qualified for his first-ever appearance at the ATP World Tour Finals in London.


At the beginning of the 2017 season, Thiem was still looking to regain his form. But then, at Rio, he won his second ATP 500 title. Dominic finished his clay court season successfully by being in the finals/semifinals in Barcelona, Madrid and Rome. In November 2017, Dominic achieved his previous career-high No. 4 and finished a season in Top 5 for the first time.


On 26th of May 2018, Thiem won his 10th title at the Lyon Tennis Tournament. At the French Open, he reached the final of the Grand Slam Tournament for the first time, losing to Rafael Nadal in three sets.


After a moderate season start in 2019, Dominic Thiem won the final in Indian Wells with 3:6, 6:3, 7:5 against Roger Federer and won his first Masters title. At the Barcelona Open he won his third ATP-500 title in the final against Daniil Medvedev.



Kitzbühel / Outdoor/Clay
Beijing / Outdoor/Hard
Vienna / Indoor/Hard
 / Outdoor/Clay
Indian Wells / Outdoor/Hard


St. Petersburg / Indoor/Hard
/ Outdoor/Clay
Buenos Aires
 / Outdoor/Clay


Rio de Janeiro / Outdoor/Clay


Stuttgart / Outdoor/Grass
Nice / Outdoor/Clay
Acapulco / Outdoor/Hard
Buenos Aires / Outdoor/Clay


Gstaad / Outdoor/Clay
Umag / Outdoor/Clay
Nice / Outdoor/Clay