Dominic Thiem Player Profile

Dominic Thiem is an Austrian born Tennis player who has been ranked as high as number 3 in the ATP Singles Ranking.

His greatest achievement to date was the 2020 US Open singles title where he beat Alexander Zverev in the final in 5 sets (2–6, 4–6, 6–4, 6–3, 7–6).

Dominic had been two sets to love down in the final but he managed to make a comeback and win the next three sets to lift the title.

The 2020 US Open Final was Dominic’s fourth grand slam final and was the first major title of his career.

In his three other grand slam finals, he lost to Rafael Nadal in the 2018 and 2019 French Open Finals and to Novak Djokovic in the 2020 Australian Open Final.

Other career highlights to date include winning the 2019 Indian Wells Masters and making it to the final of the ATP Finals in 2019 and 2020.

Dominic Thiem Player Profile

Player Profile

Birth Date3 September 1993
Year turned Pro2011
ATP Career Titles17
Grand Slams1
Year-end finals0 (2 Finals)
Masters 1000 Titles1 (2019 Indian Wells Masters)
Tennis Racket EndorsedBabolat Pure Strike 18 x 20
Forehand GripSemi Western Forehand Grip
BackhandOne Handed Eastern Backhand Grip
Serve GripContinental Grip
Tennis CoachNicolas Massu (since 2019)

Ranking History (Year end)

Thiem’s career high ranking in singles was number 3 in the world which he first achieved on the 2nd of March 2020 and he has finished the year ranked in the top 20 for the last 7 years (2015-2021).

YearATP Ranking (Singles)ATP Ranking (Doubles)

Grand Slam Record

2020 was Dominic’s best year in terms of his performance at the grand slams as he made it to the Quarter Finals at Roland Garros, the final at the Australian Open and he won the US Open.

Australian Open Record

Dominic made it to the final of the Australian Open in 2020, losing to Novak Djokovic in 5 sets.

Before this, Dominic had never gotten past the 4th round of singles at the Australian Open.

2022Did not compete
20214th Round
20192nd Round
20184th Round
20174th Round
20163rd Round
20151st Round
20142nd Round

Roland Garros Record

The Roland Garros has been Dominic’s most consistent Grand Slam as he has made the quarter-finals or better at five of the eight times he has participated at Roland Garros.

He also made it to the final in 2018 and 2019, both times losing to Rafael Nadal.

20221st Round
20211st Round
2020Quarter Finals
20152nd Round
20142nd Round

Wimbledon Championships Record

Like many players who excel on the clay, Dominic has not had much success at the Wimbledon Championships with his best performance to date being when he made it to the 4th round in 2017.

2021Did not compete
2020Tournament not held

US Open

Many pundits thought Dominic’s first grand slam title would come at Roland Garros but they were proven wrong when Dominic beat Zverev in the final of the 2020 US Open.

Before lifting the title in 2020, his best performance at the US Open was a quarterfinals appearance in 2018.

2021Did not compete


Below is a selection of frequently asked questions about Thiem’s career and personal life.

What is Thiem’s highest ATP ranking?

His highest ATP ranking was number 3 in the world which he first achieved on the 2nd of March 2020.

What nationality is Thiem?

Dominic’s nationality is Austrian.

How tall is the Austrian Tennis Player Thiem?

He is 6 foot 1 inches (185cm) tall.

How many Grand Slam Titles has he won?

He has won one grand slam title (2020 US Open). In the final, he came back from 2 sets down to win 3-2 against Alexander Zverev.

When he was born?

He was born on the 3rd of September 1993.

Where is he from in Austria?

He was born in Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

Does he have any siblings?

Yes, he has one younger brother called Moritz Thiem, who is also a professional tennis player.

Who is his coach?

Since 2019, Dominic has been coached by Nicolas Massu.

Is he Married?

He is not currently married.

Who sponsors Dominic Thiem?

His racket sponsor is Babolat. He also has sponsorship deals with Kia, Adidas, Rolex, Red Bull, UniCredit Bank Austria, and Technogym.

When was Dominic Thiem’s first ATP match?

His first ATP match was a round of 32 match against Daniel Gimeno Traver at the 2011 Austrian Open in Kitzbühel. He lost the match in straight sets 4-6, 2-6.