Denis Shapovalov

Denis Shapovalov

Name Denis Shapovalov
Profession Tennis Player
Date of Birth 1999-04-15
Place of Birth Tel Aviv,
Israel
Age
Death Date
Birth Sign Aries

About Denis Shapovalov

Widely known for his career in the singles division of the ATP. He earned a then-career high ranking of #67 in the ATP world singles rankings in August 2017 after jumping to #2 in the junior rankings in August 2016. 

Early Life Experience of Denis Shapovalov

He began playing tennis at age 5 at his mother’s club. He won his first junior title as a singles player in October 2013 at the ITF G5 tournament. 

Trivia Info

He won the 2016 Wimbledon junior singles title. He had previously won the 2015 US Open doubles tournament with partner Félix Auger-Aliassime.

Family Life and Relationship

He has one older brother named Evgeniy. His mother and father are of Jewish and Russian descent, respectively. 

Close Associates

He defeated then-world number two singles player Rafael Nadal at the 2017 Rogers Cup. He would go on to lose in the semifinals to Alexander Zverev Jr.

Tennis Player |  Denis Shapovalov

Tennis Player | Denis Shapovalov

Name Denis Shapovalov
Profession Tennis Player
Date of Birth 1999-04-15
Place of Birth Tel Aviv,
Israel
Age
Death Date
Birth Sign Aries

About Denis Shapovalov

Widely known for his career in the singles division of the ATP. He earned a then-career high ranking of #67 in the ATP world singles rankings in August 2017 after jumping to #2 in the junior rankings in August 2016. 

Early Life Experience of Denis Shapovalov

He began playing tennis at age 5 at his mother’s club. He won his first junior title as a singles player in October 2013 at the ITF G5 tournament. 

Trivia Info

He won the 2016 Wimbledon junior singles title. He had previously won the 2015 US Open doubles tournament with partner Félix Auger-Aliassime.

Family Life and Relationship

He has one older brother named Evgeniy. His mother and father are of Jewish and Russian descent, respectively. 

Close Associates

He defeated then-world number two singles player Rafael Nadal at the 2017 Rogers Cup. He would go on to lose in the semifinals to Alexander Zverev Jr.