|Birth Name||John H. Millman|
|Birth Place||Brisbane, Australia|
|Famous Name||John Millman|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
John H. Millman also known as John Millman is an Australian professional tennis player who reached a career-high singles ranking of world No. 33 in October 2018. He made his professional debut at ITF junior tournament in Darwin as a 15-year-old in 2004 and reached the quarterfinals.
Born on 14 June 1989 in Brisbane, Australia, he is 30 years old and 6ft tall and once named as an OLY post-nominal title at the Brisbane International tournament. He attends Brisbane Grammar School and then he joined Anglican Church Grammar School.
John Millman has earned a good amount of fortune and fame through his career earning and he has collected an estimated net worth at around $1.5 million as of 2020. Since turning pro in 2006, he has earned $3,684,560 from prize money.
John has earned $290,705 in 2020 while Novak Djokovic has earned the highest amount which is reported to be $4,486,616.
When John reached in Semifinal of Davis Cup in 2017 he received $555,000 after facing defeat to world number 12 David Goffin. He must be receiving a good amount of wealth through endorsement and sponsorship but so far his extra incomes have not revealed yet.
John, the Brisbane star is in a relationship with his long time girlfriend Fee Maeueler. The couple has been dating each other for a couple of years. His girlfriend Fee Maeueler is a German Fashion marketer who is gaining a great portion of fame after hooking up with John.
John and Fee are often spotted on vacation across the world and his girlfriend also travels with him during his matches. Talking about his relationship with Fee, John said:
“She’s been rock-solid support of mine through the times which haven’t been so good. That’s a great trait in someone. I was lucky enough she could come to the US Open to watch me compete, as did a few of my mates from Brisbane.’’
Millman was raised in a family of five kids (four girls) in Brisbane, Australia where he is the second-youngest one in the family. He did attend Brisbane Grammar School throughout his school and then he joined Anglican Church Grammar School.
While he was in school he loved to play football beside his passion for tennis and even these days he supports English Club Liverpool.
After the Wildcard entry into the Brisbane International, he withdraws from the tournament due to his hip injury and it took him five months to recover. After the recovery, he made his entry in the French Open where he faced defeat with Roberto Bautista Agut in four sets.
Video: My Story: Millman Opens Up About Overcoming Past Injuries
His hip injury made his struggle in the game until Millman drew Rafael Nadal in the first round and was easily beaten in straight sets which were a little success since returning from injury.
From 2010 to 2012 he struggles in the game but he receives an immense amount of support at every match in Brisbane International. By seeing that he develops huge respect and dedication for his fan and in each match, he often hands out drinks from the fridge to his fans.
His unique way to serve his fan, made a sensation at that time on a social networking platform like Twitter and Instagram.