- Famous Name Maxime Cressy
- Country France FR
- Birth Name Maxime Cressy
- Birth Place Paris, France
- Famous Name Maxime Cressy
- Father Gerard Cressy
- Mother Leslie Cressy
- Net Worth $0.2 Million
- Nationality French-American
- Profession Tennis Player
- Girlfriend No
Maxime Cressy is a French-born American tennis player. He has won 2X ATP Challenger doubles titles at the 2019 Columbus Challenger and 2019 Tennis Challenger Hamburg. What's more? Along with his partner, Keegan Smith: they won the 2019 NCAA tennis doubles championship at UCLA on May 25, 2019. The right-handed player has a career-high ATP singles ranking of 157 achieved on 14 September 2020 and a career-high doubles ranking of 180 achieved on 18 November 2019.
Paris, France native, Maxime Cressy was born on 8th May 1997, under the star sign Taurus. The twenty-three years holds a dual nationality French and American. He stands 2.01 m (6 ft 7 in) tall.
How Much Is Maxime Cressy's Net Worth In 2021? Prize Money
It's been few years that Maxime Cressy has been active in professional tennis. Nevertheless, in his short period of time, he has earned a good deal of money. As of January 2021, his prize money is reported to be $249,677 (Prize Money Singles & Doubles Combined).
Outside the court, most of the tennis player has an endorsement deal which helps to add the extra sum of money. Cressy's has not disclosed any information regarding signing a deal with any brands to date.
As of 2021, his net worth is approximately $0.2 million.
Relationship Status: Single
Unlike celebrity/athlete Maxime is a low-key person who has maintained his personal life as secret as possible. There are no reports in the media/public suggesting his relationship status neither he has been spotted with any lady who is assumed to be his girlfriend. Additionally, his socials such as IG and Twitter only features his tennis pictures.
Maxime finished his collegiate career playing tennis for UCLA from 2016-19. He posted 26-0 doubles record in 2019. Finished senior season as No. 1 doubles and No. 17 singles player in the nation, earning All-American honors in both disciplines.
On ATP Challenger Tour, he owns 40-25 record, including 14-6 in 2020 with the title at Drummondville, CAN. Further, he earned 7 wins in as many days to capture 1st Challenger title at 2019 Cleveland, USA as Q.Played in 2019 Newport and 2019 US Open doubles. At the 2020 US Open, he set to make tour-level singles debut as WC.
Early Years (Parents, Siblings, & Academics)
Maxime is the son of Gerard Cressy and Leslie Cressy, who played volleyball at USC. He originally thought he would follow in his mother’s and brother’s footsteps and become a Trojan but destiny has its own turn.
Maxime Cressy began playing tennis at the tender age of 4 when. The little Maxime would hit tennis balls against a wall with his racket which blossomed into practice sessions with his brother and eventually turned into a youth tennis career in France strong enough to net a 9-year-old Maxime Cressy sponsorship deals with Wilson Sporting. Goods. Soon he became one of the top youth players in France.
In his last year of high school, Cressy relocated to Ojai, California, to have college scouts. Ranked a five-star recruit, he was named the 22nd-best high school player in the 2015 class by the Tennis Recruiting Network. Schools like USC and the University of Michigan offered him spots on their teams.
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