Alex de Minaur is a talented Australian professional tennis player. He reached his highest tennis ranking of 10th in singles on January 8, 2024, and 58th in doubles on October 12, 2020. He is proud to have won seven singles titles and one title in doubles on the ATP Tour during his career.
How old is Alex De Minaur?
Alex de Minaur was born to his parents on 17 February 1999 in Sydney, Australia. Alex de Minaur’s age is 25 years as of 2024.
Alex de Minaur’s parents are Anibal and Esther. Alex de Minaur has five siblings- Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Cristina, and Sara.
Alex de Minaur’s height is 183 cm (6 ft 0 in). Alex de Minaur’s nationality is Australian.
Who Is Alex De Minaur’s Girlfriend?
Alex de Minaur is in a longtime relationship. Alex de Minaur girlfriend is British tennis player Katie Boulter.
She is the current British No. 1 in women’s singles.
Katie Boulter was born on August 1, 1996, in Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire.
In 2020, Alex de Minaur and Katie Boulter began dating each other. The couple is still together and enjoys their love life.
Alex De Minaur Career
Alex de Minaur began her pro tennis journey at the Spain F22 in July 2015 and made it to the quarterfinals. She received special entry into the 2016 Australian Open but lost to Kimmering Coppagens in the first round.
In May, Alex made her debut at the French Open, receiving a wildcard entry. The same happened at the 2017 US Open, where he unfortunately lost to Dominic Thiem in the first round.
Alex’s new season representing Australia began at the ATP Cup. He impressed by winning his first two matches against Alexander Zverev and Denis Shapovalov.
Moving into 2021, Alex began at the Antalya Open, where he captured his fourth ATP singles title after his opponent Alexander Bublik retired due to a right ankle injury.
In 2023, Alex represented Australia in the inaugural United Cup. Despite losing to Cameron Norrie, he scored a major win against then world No. 2, Rafael Nadal. However, his journey at the Australian Open ended in the fourth round, losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic in straight sets, winning only 5 games.