Yannick Halfmann is a German professional tennis player who is popular for his powerful serves (up to 143 mph) and groundstrokes. In May 2021, he recorded a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 92. He finished his college tennis playing for the University of Southern California. Hanfmann is hearing impaired since birth.
Munich, Germany native, Yannick Hanfmann was born on 13th November 1991, under the star sign Scorpio. The twenty-nine years old stands 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in). His father, Stephen, is a doctor; while his mother, Karin, is a teacher. He has a sister named, Ini.
With a season earning of $362,869 (Single + Doubles) as of July 2021, Yannick Hanfmann is ranked 92 in the ATP Prize Money Leaders. Further, he has summoned total career earnings of $1,007,611 (excluding endorsement and sponsorship).
A report from the 2020 season: the tennis players including Hanfmann did not earn much due to the full force of the coronavirus-related suspension of play. He said, "if the lockdown continues for the rest of the year I would really have to think things over.” Coming 2021, the situation has been better.
As of 2021, Yannick Hanfmann has an estimated net worth of $0.5 million.
There is no buzz in the media/public about Hanfmann's love life. His fans are totally unaware of his relationship status so do we. Additionally, he has set his Instagram account private. Must say, the tennis player has maintained his personal life low key. Since there is less to no information, he is possibly single.
At the 2017 BMW Open, Hanfmann made his ATP main draw debut. He, ranked world No. 273 and reached the quarterfinals but lost to second-seed Roberto Bautista Agut.
Further, he made a sensational run to the final at the 2017 Swiss Open Gstaad, after defeating Facundo Bagnis, third seed and defending champion Feliciano Lopez, eighth seed Joao Sousa and sixth seed Robin Haase, again as a qualifier. In his semifinal victory over Haase, he saved four match points. He lost to Fabio Fognini in the final.
In 2018-19, he made his Grand Slam debut at the US Open and French Open. Hanfmann reached his second career ATP Tour final at the Austrian Open Kitzbuhel but lost that final in straight sets to Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic.
In 2021, he made his Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.
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