Michael Geserer is a former professional tennis player. He played from his home country of Germany. Michael could not continue with tennis as his professional career and retired in 1995. He played professional golf for less than a decade. Geserer is best-known for the round of 16 at the 1995 Arizona Tennis Championships and 1995 Dutch Open.
Michael Geserer was born on December 14, 1969, in Regensburg, West Germany. He rose to fame only after his golf career, so there is no word about his early life and his parents with the media. Michael started playing tennis at the age of 17. After graduating from high school in 1989, He served in the military and turned professional in 1991.
Michael Geserer's Earnings and Net Worth
Michael Geserer has an estimated net worth of more than $1 Million. He has accumulated most of his net worth through his successful career in golf. He started his career as a tennis player and is currently working as a tennis coach. Michael opened about $99,790 as his prize money from tennis during his retirement in the late 1990s.
The average salary of a tennis coach currently working in the United States is more than $60,000. Geserer has been working as the coach of American professional tennis player Jennifer Brady. She reached her first grand slam final at the 2021 Australian Open, where she lost to Naomi Osaka. In 2020, Brady won against Maria Sharapova in the Dubai Open.
Relationship Status of Michael Geserer
Unlike other tennis coaches, Michael is not an active social media user. He has not uttered a single word about his family. The tennis coach has become successful in keeping his personal life away from the reach of the media. Geserer spends most of his time with his players and his team. Michael could be living a happy married life or could just be living single life on his own. He likes to spend his time on the tennis court with his players and team.
Career As Tennis Player and Coach
Michael turned professional in 1991 after serving years in the military. He was part of the 1991 Challengers titles with his partner Fabio Silberberg. They lost in the midway of the events. He reached the career-high ranking of No. 242 in the Doubles in 1992. In his singles career, Michael won two matches and lost seven.
Geserer reached the highest ranking of 189 globally and was featured in the qualifying draws of all four grand slam tournaments.
Geserer reached the round of 16 at the 1995 Arizona Tennis Champions and Stefan Edberg. After this, he stopped playing tennis and started working as a tennis coach. Before working as the coach of Jennifer, he worked with Julie Gorges for more than three years. Since 2019, Michael has been working with Jennifer, and the duo has already made some headlines around the world. He was nominated as the best coach in 2020.
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