Alex de Minaur produced a moment of magic on his way to the Viking International Eastbourne title this week. But the moment it happened, the Aussie wasn't sure if his amazing feat was legal.
In his semi-final victory against Soonwoo Kwon on Thursday, the second seed covered every blade of
Australian star Alex de Minaur thinks that despite Novak Djokovic winning the Australian Open and Roland Garros titles this year, the younger generation, led by World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev, is closing the gap.
Alongside the Russian, Dominic Thiem lifted the US Open last September, beating 24-year-old Alexander Zverev in the
Alex de Minaur might not be your typical big-serving grass-court player who rushes the net at every opportunity. But the Aussie is one of the toughest competitors on the ATP Tour, and he will look to make his mark on the lawns this grass-court season.
ATPTour.com caught up with the
Alex de Minaur owns three ATP Tour trophies and reached a career-high No. 18 in the FedEx ATP Rankings in October 2019.
ATPTour.com looks at five things you should know about the 21-year-old.
1) 2019 Was His Best ATP Tour SeasonAfter claiming the ATP Newcomer of the Year Award in 2018, De
Australian No. 1 Alex de Minaur has had the first glimpse of the silverware for the newest tournament in world tennis, the ATP Cup.
The magnificent silver trophy was unveiled at Kangaroo Point in Brisbane by ATP Cup Tournament Director Tom Larner, marking 13 days until the inaugural event begins from
Alex de Minaur said on day one of the 2019 Next Gen ATP Finals that he feels like a completely different player during his return to Milan. The Aussie finished as runner-up last year to Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece, and backed it up in 2019 with his first three ATP
#NextGenATP Aussie Alex de Minaur and American Reilly Opelka have been dinner buddies this week at the BB&T Atlanta Open. The third seed may want to foot the bill tonight after holding off 28 aces from Opelka on Saturday to reach the final with a 7-6(4), 6-7(5), 6-3 win.