Alex de Minaur Wiki, Bio, Ranking, stats, Height, Net Worth, Girlfriend

Alex de Minaur, an Australian professional tennis player, was born on February 17, 1999.

On June 28, 2021, he reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 15, and on October 12, 2020, he reached a career-high ATP doubles ranking of No. 58.

Before migrating to Alicante, Spain, he spent the first five years in the south Sydney neighborhood of Carss Park.

He spent most of his early training in Spain before returning to Australia at thirteen. De Minaur has been living in Spain since 2015.

De Minaur fluently speaks Spanish and English and speaks a little French.

Alex began playing tennis at the Sydney Private Tennis Academy’s Parkside Tennis Courts in Kogarah Bay when he was three years old. Kerry Dock and Cindy Dock, a former Australian player, were his coaches.

Alex de Profile

Before moving any further, let’s have a look at Alex de’s profile. 

Alex de Profile
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Full nameAlex de Minaur
Common nameAlex de 
Date of birth17 February 1999
Place of birthSydney, Australia
Current residenceNew Providence, Bahamas
Age 23 years old
Zodiac signPisces
NationalityAustralian and Spanish
Father nameAnibal 
Mother nameEsther
Siblings5 ( two brothers – Dominic, Daniel,  and three sisters – Natalie, Cristina, and Sara De Minaur)
Sexual orientationStraight
Marital statusUnmarried
Dating statusDating
ProfessionTennis player
SalaryUnder review
Net worthNot available

Alex de Age, Nationality, Ethnicity, and Religion

Alex de Age, Nationality, Ethnicity, and Religion
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Alex’s birthday is on  February 17. Every year on February 17, he celebrates his birthday. His zodiac sign is Pisces. Alex de is 23 years old as of 2022. He is a dual citizen (i.e., Of Spain and Australia). He is of mixed ethnicity. He follows Christianity. 

Alex de Family Background

De Minaur was born in the Australian city of Sydney. Anibal, his father, is Uruguayan, and Esther, his mother, is Spanish.

His father owned an Italian restaurant on Sydney’s George Street, where Esther worked as a waitress. Dominic, Daniel, Natalie, Cristina, and Sara De Minaur are De Minaur’s two brothers and three sisters.

Alex de Girlfriend 

Alex de Girlfriend 
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De Minaur is in a relationship with Boulter. They began dating in March 2020 and announced their relationship on their one-year anniversary in March 2021. Both of them used social media to make their announcements.

Since then, they’ve shared numerous photos of themselves on social media and have been outspoken about their love. They were even seen on the court together at times.

Alex de Height and Weight

Alex’s height is 1.83 meters tall, and he weighs roughly 68 kilograms. Information regarding his body size accessible is still not available. De Minaur’s eyes are black, and his hair is black-brownish.

Height1.83 m
Weight68 kg 
Body measurementNot known
Hair colorBlack-brownish
Eye colorBlack

Alex de Career

Alex de Career
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Alex De Minaur is a tennis player ( Australian) who represents his country in international competitions. De Minaur made his professional debut in the Spain F22 in July 2015, reaching the quarterfinals.

Alex was given a wildcard into the 2016 Australian Open qualifying rounds, although he was defeated in round one by Kimmer Coppejans. 

After qualifying, he reached his first ATP Challenger Tour final in Eckental, Germany, but lost to Steve Darcis.

At 18, he made his Davis Cup debut for Australia in February 2018.

He was given a wildcard into the 2018 French Open, but he lost in the first round against Kyle Edmund, the British 16th seed. 

Alex was defeated in the third round of the Australian Open by Rafael Nadal. In March 2019, Alex reached a career-high ranking of 24.

Alex de National Representation

Alex de in ATP Cup

At 20, De Minaur made his ATP Cup debut for Australia in January 2020. He defeated then-world number seven Alexander Zverev to help Australia beat Germany 3–0. He defeated world No. 7 Matteo Berrettini 6–3, 7–6 in 2022.

Alex de in Davis Cup

At 18, he made his Davis Cup debut for Australia in February 2018. He faced then-world number 5 Alexander Zverev of Germany in the opening rubber and came up just short of a stunning upset, losing in a fifth-set tiebreaker after leading 3–0 (40–Ad.) in the decider.

Alex de in Olympics

De Minaur was chosen to represent Australia in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (to be held in July 2021); however, due to a positive Covid-19 test, he had to withdraw.

Alex de Career Records

Alex de Career Records
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PlaysRight-handed (two-handed backhand)
Turned Pro 2015
Singles career records114–85 (57.3%)
Highest rankingNo. 15 (28 June 2021)
Current rankingNo. 42 (20 January 2022)
Career titles
Double career records24–32 (42.9%)
Highest rankingNo. 58 (12 October 2020)
Current rankingNo. 144 (10 January 2021)
Career titles1
Prize moneyUS$6,028,156

Alex de Net Worth

Although no information has been released, his salary and net worth are still under review. We will update this section as soon as the information becomes available.

Alex de Social Media Presence

Alex de Social Media Presence
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We can find him on Instagram as @alexdeminaur, with 233k followers and has 371 posts. 

His bio says: 


I don’t chase a yellow ball for a living 🎾

His Twitter handle is @alexdeminaur, and he has 46.5k k followers. He has followed  200 different personalities with 493 tweets and has joined Twitter in June 2012.

Alex also has a Facebook page with the name Alex De Minaur and has 22k followers. 

You can find Alex de Minaur on Instagram  Facebook and Twitter as: 

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Some Facts about Alex de

Some Facts about Alex de
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  • De Minaur has a dual citizen of Australia and Spain.
  • De Minaur is known for his speed and agility on the court, earning him the nickname “Speed Demon” on the circuit.
  • He’s famous for his ability to recover impossible balls, shoot game-winning shots from defensive positions, and force opponents to make errors.
  • In December, De Minaur won the Australian Open play-off, earning a main draw wildcard for the 2018 Australian Open. He finished the year as the 208th best singles player in the world.