In 2015, Frances Tiafoe, at the age of 16, became an American tennis player. He was born to his parents in Hyattsville, Md., who emigrated from the Sierra Leonne in the United States to escape from the civil war in the 1990s.
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Frances Tiafoe knocks out Andrey Rublev
It wasn’t a great day for the big pistols in New York, because three players were knocked out of US Open 2021 in the top five of the singles competitions. The 5th seed of Andrey Rublev was Friday night’s last man to show the door, as he was thrown out by Frances Tiafoe in a 5-set marathon.
Tiafoe defeated Rublev 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(6), 4-6, 6-1, and advanced to the 4th round at the US Open, driven on by the home crowd. It was a sight-seeing fight, as the game ran into Saturday morning and ended at 02:15 pm when the two players fought at the Ashe Arthur Stadium for 3 hours and 45 mins.
How much is Frances Tiafoe Net Worth 2021
|Full Name:||Frances Tiafoe|
|Net Worth:||$6 Million|
Frances received US$849,255 from its competitions as prize money. In 2013 at the age of 15, he won the Orange Bowl and became a pro in 2015. He was the youngest American player at the main French Open draw. He won four titles and nine finals on the ATP Challenger Tour.
He has received $83,303.59 and $114,114.50 respectively in prize money at the US Open 2018 and Wimbledon 2018. At the 2018 French Open, it won the prize money at $45.650 and the Australia Open quarter-finals at $421.082.51.
He was the brand ambassador for Adidas in his early days and from 2016 became Nike’s face. Yonex, a rackets company, is a brand ambassador sponsored by Frances. Frances owned $660,000 of a house and purchased $90,000 of two luxury cars. In 2019, a deal was signed with Frances by the CEO of TAG Heuer (watch brand). The American men of tennis are considered the Savior.
|Career Record||92–113 (44.9%)|
|Highest ranking||No. 29 (February 11, 2019)|
|Current ranking||No. 50 (September 4, 2021)|
Frances Tiafoe Coach Ferreira believes Tiafoe will continue to rise this season but must take a long-term approach to avoid more downswings.
“He really wants to climb the mountain,” Ferreira tells TENNIS.com. “Almost all of the top young players are very good, but they need to compete more frequently to avoid becoming frustrated. Even if they are winning a lot of matches, it doesn’t mean that different strokes don’t need to be changed up.”
Ferreira says they are emphasizing consistent improvement and mental toughness because that is what has helped Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, and Novak Djokovic win 57 Grand Slams between them.
Misha Kouznetsov coached Tiafoe from the age of 8 to 17 at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in Maryland.
ouznetsov previously played college tennis at UMBC and worked as a college tennis coach at Robert Morris. He quit his job at the JTCC to work full-time with Tiafoe.
Frances Tiafoe Next Tournament
His next tournament is Tomorrow and the timing along with other details is given in the screenshot above.