- Famous Name Max Purcell
- Country Australia AU
- Birth Name Max Purcell
- Birth Place Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Famous Name Max Purcell
- Net Worth $0.5 million
- Nationality Austrian
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Tennis Player
Max Purcell is an Australian professional tennis player, who has a career record of 4–3 (singles) and 22–25 (doubles). His single highest ranking is World No. 204 recorded on 10 February 2020 and his doubles ranking is World No. 38 achieved on 2 November 2020.
Sydney, New South Wales native, Max Purcell was born on 3rd April 1998, under the star sign Aries. The twenty-three years old stands 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) tall. His elder sister played tennis and when he and his twin brother were three and the duo also had a weekly 30-minute class. Since he fell in love with the sport.
How Much Max Purcell's Net Worth In 2021?
Professional tennis players make money through 6 various ways: tournament prize money, appearance fees, endorsement deals, sponsorships, exhibition fees, bonuses, and club tennis deals.
With prize money of $696,852, Max Purcell is ranked 210th in the ATP Prize Money Leaders. In the list, Novak Djokovic hits the first position. As of 2021, his net worth is $0.5 million
Is Max Purcell Dating?
The rising tennis star Max Purcell is yet to disclose his personal life to the public. To date, there are no reports about Purcell girlfriend or past relationship,
Out of nowhere, on 26th April 2017, he shared a picture with Chlo Edith: the two enjoying at the beach. And, she is the only girl to appear on his IG,. Similarly, Chlo also shared their picture.
In July 2016, Purcell Purcell qualified for the Gimcheon Challenger in South Korea after beating Andrew Whittington. He finished the season ranked 324 in the world. In 2017, he received a wildcard into the Australian Open doubles event, pairing up with Alex De Minaur. However, the duo lost in the opening round. That season, he made four Futures Tour finals claiming three titles.
In January 2020, he made his grand slam singles debut after qualifying for the 2020 Australian Open. At the same tournament, he paired with Luke Saville in the Men’s Doubles, where they reached the final. At the 2021 Great Ocean Road Open, he defeated Norbert Gombos for his first ATP main draw win. In the second round, he was defeated by Karen Khachanov.
At the 2021 Eastbourne International, earned the biggest win in his career and first win against an opponent in the top 20 after beating World No. 16 and top seed Gael Monfils to reach his first ATP singles quarterfinal. He then won over Andreas Seppi to reach his first semifinal.
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