Taylor Harry Fritz, a.k.a. Taylor Fritz is an American tennis player who possesses a dominant serve that can reach 149 mph, and solid groundstrokes off both wings. The hunk is the 2nd-fastest American ever to reach an ATP final and is currently ranked #32 in singles by ATP.
Rancho Santa Fe, California native, Taylor Fritz was born on October 28, 1997, under the star sign Scorpio. He is an American who belongs to white ethnicity.
The twenty-two years old is married to Raquel Pedraza, a tennis player. The duo shares a baby boy together.
The Right-handed tennis player, Taylor Fritz, has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2019. This season, he made prize money of $1,170,678 in single and $104,562 in doubles. Overall, his career earning is reported $3,113,950, combining singles and doubles.
Taylor Fritz is sponsored by Babolat for tennis rackets and wears Nike clothing and shoe. Further, he is also seen promoting brands like Mindful Chef, Jack Black Men's Skincare, and Diesel on his socials.
Fritz has also done a few modeling assignments for a suiting brand. He has also been featured on several magazine fashion spreads.
Never Too Young to Marry
Taylor Fritz, 22, is married to his longtime girlfriend Raquel Pedraza and settled into marital bliss pretty early in life.
After dating for two years, Fritz proposed to his lady right under the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, in 2016. Soon, the couple tied the knot on 7 July 2016 in Rancho Santa Fe, California, in a church.
In January 2017, the duo welcomed their first child, a son named Jordan.
Fritz was born to an athlete family. His father, Guy Henry Fritz, played tennis professionally and was named US Olympic development coach of the year 2016. His mother, Kathy May, on the other hand, is a former world top-10 tennis player.
Moreover, his great-great-grandfather, David May, is a founder of The May Department Stores Company that merged with Macy's, and the great-grandson of Morton D. May.
Coming from an athletic background, he started playing tennis at a very young age.
In an interview before he played his first match against Roger Federer, he recalled watching the live stream of the 2009 US Open final between Federer and Juan Martín del Potro when he was in fifth grade.
A professional since 2005, Taylor Fritz reached the finals in boys' singles at the 2015 French Open and lost to fellow American Tommy Paul in three sets. Later, he wins over Paul in the boys' singles final at the 2015 US Open.
The 2nd-fastest American ever to reach an ATP final, he has a career record of 74–74 (50.0% in ATP World Tour and Grand Slam main draw matches and in Davis Cup) in single and 13–22 (37.1% in ATP World Tour and Grand Slam main draw games and in Davis Cup) in doubles.