Dominic Thiem was born on September 3, 1993, in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, and has represented Austria throughout his career. Unlike other top tennis players who have chosen to relocate to tax havens such as Monte Carlo, Thiem has maintained his permanent residence in Lichtenworth, Austria. Thiem is the second-highest-rated male tennis player from Austria, after former World No. 1 Thomas Muster, with a career-high ranking of 3.
Why did Dominic Thiem and Kristina Mladenovic break up?
On a chat program in November, the Austrian revealed the cause for his and Mladenovic’s breakup.
He reportedly stated that as professional tennis players, they are constantly on the move and it is difficult for them to spend meaningful time together. the Austrian stated it was tough to manage a relationship while competing in tennis.
Thiem dated the French tennis prodigy from mid-2017 until their breakup in November 2019. However, they did not make their love story public until the end of 2017.
The Austrian player said at the moment that it could help him receive extra support at the French Open.
“It can only be a good thing for me,” the 26-year-old told L’Equipe. Everyone who follows tennis knows about it now.
“It’s everything for me if you can create a positive mood and rally the Roland crowd behind me!”
“No, it’s a regular relationship,” he added, adding that the couple did not simply talk about tennis in private.
“In our daily lives, we talk about a variety of topics. However, conversing about tennis is simple and entertaining. This scenario isn’t so horrible.”
Dominic Thiem looked ready to become the first youth to genuinely challenge the big-three supremacy after a brilliant season in which he reached the Australian Open final, the French Open quarter-final, won his maiden Grand Slam title and reached the ATP Final. Thiem has failed to get going in 2021, with an early Round 4 departure at the Australian Open, a quarter-final loss in Qatar, and a startling first-round loss in Dubai. Thiem will be confident heading to Rome and then the French Open, having reached the semi-finals of the Madrid Open.
Dominic Thiem was the favorite to beat Alexander Zverev in the Madrid Open semi-finals on May 8 after a thrilling five-set triumph against him at the US Open 2020 finals. Zverev avenged his setback with a clinical 6-3, 6-4 victory, which included 6 aces and a whopping 78 percent first serve win. The h2h between Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev now stands at 8-3 in Thiem’s favor.
Dominic Thiem’s Net Worth
Dominic Thiem has a net worth of $14 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Thiem’s ATP career prize money earnings account for $28,163,125 of this total. Thiem is also sponsored by Adidas, Babolat, Bank Austria, Kia, Rolex, Red Bull, and Sky Sport, among others. Thiem ranked 9th on the list of highest-paid tennis players from June 2019 to June 2020, earning $11.1 million during that time.