Stan Wawrinka Profile

Stan Wawrinka (AKA “Stan the Man”) is a Swiss tennis player who has won a total of three grand slams (2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open and 2016 US Open), which is no small feat in the era of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic.

Wawrinka is currently ranked just outside the top 100 in the ATP world ranking but he has previously been as high as number 3 in the world. In total, Wawrinka has won 16 ATP career titles (including his three grand slam titles) with his most successful years on tour coming between 2014 and 2016.

Wawrinka has also found won titles in doubles with his biggest success being men’s doubles gold at the 2008 Bejing Olympics with his doubles partner Roger Federer.

Stan Wawrinka Career Stats

Below are a collection of interesting stats from Stan Wawrinka’s career to date.

Stan WawrinkaStan Wawrinka
Age37 years old
Birthday28 March 1985
Year turned Pro2002
NationalitySwiss
ATP Career Titles16
Grand Slams3
Year-end ATP finals0
Masters 1000 Titles1 (2014 Monte Carlo Masters)
Tennis Racket EndorsedYonex V CORE Pro 97 300
Forehand GripSemi Western Forehand Grip
BackhandOne-Handed Backhand
Serve GripContinental Grip
Tennis CoachDaniel Vallverdu
Facebook Fan PageFacebook Offical Page
Official Instagram Account Instagram Account
Wikipedia PageWikipedia Page

Stan Wawrinka Ranking History (Year-end)

YearATP Ranking (Singles)ATP Ranking (Doubles)
202182529T
202018280
201916290
201866N/A
20179547T
20164576
20154183
2014496
20138175
201217201T
201117101
201021384
200921100
200813234
200736438
200630N/A
200554831
2004168N/A
2003171N/A
2002660N/A

Stan Wawrinka Grand Slam Record

2015 was Wawrinka’s best year in terms of his performance at the grand slams as he made it to the Quarter Finals at Wimbledon, the Semi-Finals at the Australian Open and the US Open and won the French Open at Rolland Garros.

Australian Open

YearPerformance
20212nd Round
2020Quarter-Finals
20192nd Round
20182nd Round
2017Semi-Finals
20164th Round
2015Semi-Finals
2014Champion
20134th Round
20123rd Round
2011Quarter-Finals
20103rd Round
20093rd Round
20082nd Round
20073rd Round
20062nd Round
2005Qualifying Round 2
2004Qualifying Round 1

Wawrinka’s best performance at the Australian Open was in 2014 when he claimed the title by beating Rafael Nadal in the final. He also made the semi-finals in 2016 and 2017.

French Open

YearPerformance
2021Did not Compete
20203rd Round
2019Quarter-Finals
20181st Round
2017Final
2016Semi-Finals
2015Champion
20141st Round
2013Quarter-Finals
20124th Round
20114th Round
20104th Round
20093rd Round
20083rd Round
20072nd Round
20061st Round
20053rd Round
2004Qualifying Round 1

Wawrinka’s best performance at the French Open was in 2015 when he defeated Novak Djokovic in the final in four sets (4–6, 6–4, 6–3, 6–4). He also made it to the semi-finals the following year and the final in 2017, losing to Nadal in straight sets (6–2, 6–3, 6–1).

Wimbledon Championships

YearPerformance
2021Did not Compete
2020Tournament not Held
20192nd Round
20182nd Round
20171st Round
20162nd Round
2015Quarter-Finals
2014Quarter-Finals
20131st round
20121st round
20112nd Round
20101st round
20094th Round
20084th Round
20071st Round
20063rd Round
20051st Round
2004Did not Compete

Wimbledon has never been a happy hunting ground for Wawrinka with his best performances coming at the 2014 and 2015 Wimbledon Championships when he reached the last 8.

He has also lost in the 1st round 6 times and has only made it to the second week of the tournament 4 times.

US Open

YearPerformance
2021Did not Compete
2020Did not Compete
2019Quarter-Finals
20183rd Round
2017Did not Compete
2016Champion
2015Semi-Finals
2014Quarter-Finals
2013Semi-Finals
20124th Round
20112nd Round
2010Quarter Finals
20091st Round
20084th Round
20074th Round
20063rd Round
20053rd Round
2004Qualifying Round 2

Wawrinka’s best performance at the US Open came when he beat Novak Djokovic in 4 sets (6–7, 6–4, 7–5, 6–3) to win the 2016 US Open title. He also made it to the quarter-finals in 2010, 2014 and 2019 and the semi-finals in 2013 and 2015.

Stan Wawrinka FAQ

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

What is Stan Wawrinka’s current ATP Ranking?

Stan Wawrinka is currently ranked number 103 in the ATP Ranking (January 2022).

What is Wawrinka’s highest ATP ranking?

Wawrinka’s highest ATP ranking was number 3 in the world which he first achieved on the 27th of January 2014.

What nationality is Stan Wawrinka?

Stan Wawrinka’s nationality is Swiss.

How tall is the Swiss Tennis Player Wawrinka?

Wawrinka is 6 foot 0 inches (183cm) tall.

How many Grand Slam Titles has Wawrinka won?

Wawrinka has won a total of 3 grand slam titles including the 2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open and the 2016 US Open.

How old is Wawrinka?

Wawrinka is currently 36 years old.

Where is Stan Wawrinka from in Switzerland?

Stan Wawrinka was born in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Does Stan Wawrinka have any siblings?

Yes, he has one older brother called Jonathan, and two younger sisters called Djanaée and Naélla.

Who is Wawrinka’s coach?

Stan Wawrinka is currently being coached by Daniel Vallverdu.

Is Stan Wawrinka Married?

Stan Wawrinka is not currently married. He was previously married to Ilham Vuilloud from 2009 to 2015.

Who sponsors Wawrinka?

His racket sponsor is Yonex. He also has sponsorship deals with Evian, Jetcraft, Rokit, Swiss Education Group, TGV Lyria, Fromm Packaging Systems and AP Audemars Piguet.

When was Wawrinka’s first ATP match?

Stan Wawrinka’s first ATP match was a round of 32 match against Jean Rene Lisnard in Gstaad in 2003. He lost the match 6-2, 1-6, 5-7.