Frances Tiafoe Bio, Age, Height, Partner, Net Worth, Coaches, and World Team Tennis

Frances Tiafoe Biography

A native of Hyattsville, Maryland, United States, Frances Tiafoe is a famous American professional tennis player. The Association of Tennis Professionals has classified Tiafoe as high as world No. 19 in singles, on September 12, 2022, and world No. 160 in doubles, on November 1, 2021.

Frances Tiafoe Age

Tiafoe is 24 years old as of 2022. He was born on 20 January 1998 in Hyattsville, Maryland, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 20 January every year.

Frances Tiafoe Height

Tiafoe stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches(188cm) tall and weighs 86kg(190lbs).

Frances Tiafoe Education

Upon finishing his high school level at DeMatha Catholic High School, Tiafoe went forward and graduated from Salisbury University.

Frances Tiafoe Family

Tiafoe was born and grew up in Constant, known as Frances Sr., Tiafoe, and his wife Alphina Kamara (mom). Frances’ dad resettled to America in 1993, while his mom thereafter joined him in 1996 to escape the civil war in their home country. His dad worked as a day laborer on a construction crew that built the JTCC in College Park, Maryland.

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Frances Tiafoe Partner

Tiafoe is dating her girlfriend, Ayan Broomfield, a young and gifted tennis player who celebrates from Ontario, Canada. He first met Broomfield through a common friend, Vickie Duval another tennis player.

Frances Tiafoe Net Worth

Tiafoe has an estimated net worth of $6 million

Frances Tiafoe Coaches

From age 8 to 17, Tiafoe was coached at the Junior Tennis Champions Center in Maryland by Misha Kouznetsov, who had played college tennis at UMBC and coached tennis at Robert Morris. Kouznetsov left his job at the JTCC to work with Tiafoe full-time.

After Tiafoe moved to Florida to train with the USTA, he was coached by José Higueras from Spain, who had led fellow Americans Michael Chang and Jim Courier to Grand Slam titles. Tiafoe also worked with Nicolás Todero while at USTA. Robby Ginepri, a former US Open semifinalist, started coaching Tiafoe in the fall of 2016.

Tiafoe’s friend Zack Evenden began to assist and coach him shortly before he won his first ATP title in 2018. Evenden took over as Tiafoe’s primary coach before the start of the 2019 season. In the 2020 season, he employed former top-10 player Wayne Ferreira as an additional coach. In July 2021, Tiafoe and Evenden parted ways by joint agreement, and Ferreira became his primary coach.

Frances Tiafoe Playing style

Like numerous of his top-ranked American contemporaries such as Jack Sock and Sam Querrey, Tiafoe plays an assertive awful game that relies on a big serve and powerful forehand. At 6 feet 2 inches tall, he can launch serves at over 140 mph, and regularly hits first serves between 120 and 140 mph.

After facing him at the 2016 US Open, John Isner said that he could return his serve—widely considered as one of the best in the game—as well as any player on tour outside of Novak Djokovic. He also said that Tiafoe’s second serve could use improvement.

Tiafoe’s most unique shot is his forehand, which holds heavy topspin and is guided by an unusual arm motion. When he won the 2018 Delray Beach Open, he credited an improved service for his better play in the tournament.

Frances Tiafoe World TeamTennis

Tiafoe has played three seasons of World TeamTennis, all with his hometown team the Washington Kastles, earning his debut in 2017. He was to return to the Kastles during the 2020 WTT season but did not play after testing positive for COVID-19.

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