Taro Daniel is an American-born Japanese professional tennis player. He started his professional career in 2010. He trained in Valencia, Spain with Jose Francisco Altur. Daniel has won five ATP Challenge Tour single titles and accomplished a career-high singles rankings of the world no. 65 on 27 August 2018.
The twenty-six years old hunk is neither married nor single but is dating his girlfriend, Rika Tatsuno. As of now, his net worth around $1 million.
Taro Daniel Net Worth and Salary
As of 2021, Taro Daniel has an estimated net worth of around $1 million. Furthermore, the tennis player has pocketed $2,102,831 as prize money throughout his career.
With a tremendous earning and net worth, Daniel is living a lavish lifestyle.
Taro Daniel's Girlfriend and Affair
As Daniel is one of the sensational tennis players, he has countless admirers and followers. His personal life is always a curiosity of attention for the media. Daniel has not talked much about his affair and relationship with his fans. Currently, he is dating Rika Tatsuno. Furthermore, the duo often shares adorable pictures of them.
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Furthermore, he is never spotted with anyone in public places. Apart from his professional life, he enjoys his life along with his family. He is close to her sister and parents. Daniel loves traveling along with his family and friends. His favorite holiday’s destination is Paris and Rome.
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Daniel has a hobby of swimming. He is passionate about Japanese music. He is a foodie and loves Japanese foods. He is fluent in English, Japanese, and Spanish language. He believed to be straight. Currently, he has a residence in Valencia, Spain.
Taro Daniel Bio and Early Life
Daniel was born on 27 January 1993 in New York, New York, U.S.A. Regarding nationality, he is American whereas he also holds Japanese nationality. Born in late January with great wisdom, his zodiac sign is Aquarius. Daniel was born to American father Paul Daniel and Japanese mother Yasue. He moved to several places of the world during his childhood and spent most in Saitama, Japan.
Daniel went to Nagoya International School. At the age of 14, he moved to Spain along with his family. Daniel started playing tennis at the age of seven. During his early years in Japan, he practiced in Shinrin Longwood Tennis Club in Nagoya City.
Professional Career of Taro Daniel
Daniel bagged a couple of ITF Futures events in Spain and Portugal. In the ATP Challenge Tour, he made it to the semifinal and reached his first Challenger final in November 2013. In the final, he lost the titles against Bradley Klahn. Due to his terrific performance, his ranking improved from 978 to 241.
He was defeated by Andy Roddick at the 2016 US Open. He lost to third seed and defending champion Stan Wawrinka in straight sets despite having two set points in the first set and being up a break in the third in the 2016 French Open.
Daniel was knocked out from the third qualifying round of the 2014 Australian Open, losing to Thomas Bellucci. He then qualified for the 2014 US Open and lost to fifth seed Milos Raonic in the first round. In October 2015, Daniel played in the Valencia Open, and reached the second round, before losing to the sixth competitor Guillermo Garcia-Lopez.
In Rio Olympic 2016, Daniel defeated no.14 seed, Jack Sock, in straight sets in the first round. Before losing to Juan Martin Del Potro, he beat Kyle Edmund of Great Britain.