September 3, 1993 (30)
Dominic Thiem, an Austrian professional tennis player, has established himself as a prominent figure in the sport. Known for his powerful groundstrokes and strong clay-court performance, Thiem has achieved significant success on the ATP Tour. His career is highlighted by winning the US Open in 2020, marking his first Grand Slam title, and reaching the finals of the French Open in 2018 and 2019, as well as the Australian Open in 2020.
Thiem’s journey in professional tennis has seen him claim numerous ATP singles titles, showcasing his skill across various surfaces. His consistent performance has earned him a reputation as one of the top players of his generation. Thiem’s achievements extend to the ATP Finals, where he reached the championship match in 2019 and 2020.
Throughout his career, Thiem has collaborated with several notable figures in the tennis world. His partnerships with coaches like Günter Bresnik, who played a pivotal role in his early development, and Nicolas Massu, under whose guidance he won his first Grand Slam, have been instrumental in his growth as a player. Thiem has also engaged in memorable rivalries and matches with top players such as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer.
Thiem’s accomplishments have been recognized with various awards and distinctions. He has been a consistent presence in the ATP top 10 rankings. His US Open victory was a landmark achievement.