Thiago Moura Monteiro is a professional tennis player from Brazil. Monteiro’s career-high ATP singles ranking is No. 74, which he earned on February 27, 2017. He also holds the No. 157 ATP doubles ranking, which he attained on November 22, 2021. Monteiro reached the top of the ITF Junior Circuit rankings on February 2, 2012, and his highest junior singles title was the Grade A, Copa Gerdau in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 2011. Come down to learn everything there is to know about Thiago Monteiro bio, parents, girlfriend, net worth, and earnings, among other things:
Thiago Monteiro bio: Age, Parents, Nationality, Education, Height
He was born on May 31, 1994, in Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil, according to Thiago Monteiro bio. Currently he is a 27 years old handsome man. His mother Fátima Monteiro has been retired since he was a child. There is no information regarding his father. Thiago has three sisters (Letícia, Jéssica and Flávia) and an older brother, Fáber Monteiro, who works as a real estate broker.Thiago nationality is Brazilian. His birth sign is Gemini.
Monteiro received his football training at a facility close to where his brother used to play tennis. When his football class was canceled and his brother called him to hit the ball, he played it for the first time. Thiago began practicing and competing in local events soon after, and in early 2004, at the age of nine, he won his first tournament. Thiago left his birthplace of Fortaleza in late 2008 to train at the Larri Passos Academy in Balneário Cambori. He is 1.83 meters tall and weighs approximately 170 pounds. The skilled footballer is a fitness freak who controls what he eats very carefully.
When did he start his career?
Thiago Monteiro was a successful junior player who won numerous competitions. Monteiro reached the top of the ITF Junior Circuit rankings on February 2, 2012, at No. 2. He finished his junior season with a 77–31 singles record and a 47–32 doubles record. Thiago had limited success in singles Grand Slams as a junior, reaching the third round of the 2011 Wimbledon Championships and the third round of the 2012 French Open. In doubles, he had a better year, reaching the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and the semifinals of the French Open in both 2012 tournaments. Monteiro’s final junior match was at the 2012 US Open.
Thiago won his first professional championship, the Bahia Open, a Future tournament with a prize pool of $10,000, in late 2011. He defeated Alexandre Schnitman, his training partner, in close, straight sets. Thiago received a wildcard entrance into the main draw of the Aberto de S. Paulo as a result of his victory, however he was ousted in the first round by compatriot André Ghem. Monteiro defeated No. 9 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first round of the ATP 500 Rio de Janeiro in February 2016 as a wildcard ranked world No. 338. Monteiro won two wins in his next tournament, the ATP 250 Sao Paulo, before losing in the quarterfinals against eventual champion Cuevas.
Monteiro won his first ATP Challenger championship at Aix-en-Provence, France, on May 8, 2016. In the final, he defeated Carlos Berlocq. Monteiro lost to Marton Fucsovics in the third round of the 2020 French Open, his maiden Grand Slam appearance. Monteiro has qualified to compete at the 2020 Summer Olympics for Brazil.
Who is Thiago Monteiro girlfriend/wife? Is the handsome man married or dating someone?
There is no information on when or where the pair first met. On JUNE 10, 2021, he posted a photo with his girlfriend Tay Marini on Instagram for her birthday:-
Aniversariante do dia 🥳🎉 Feliz de passar essa data especial ao seu lado 😘❤️
Despite this, there have been no rumors of a breakup or dispute between the couple, so it’s safe to believe that they’re doing OK in private. It’ll be interesting to see if these two’s wedding bells begin to sound soon.
Thiago Monteiro net worth, earnings, house, and all the ways he makes his fortune
His Tennis talent and hard work have garnered him a lot of money and fame. The attractive player has accumulated a sizable wealth, which includes game prize money as well as endorsements and sponsorships. Thiago Monteiro net worth of $5 million. His monthly salary is US$1,645,556 USD. Monteiro’s career-high ATP singles ranking is No. 74, which he earned on February 27, 2017. He also holds the No. 157 ATP doubles ranking, which he attained on November 22, 2021.
Thiago won his first professional championship, the Bahia Open, in late 2011, a Future tournament with a US$10,000 prize pool. The handsome man is putting in a lot of effort to raise his fortune and live a luxurious lifestyle. He is an inspiration to many younger boys who aspire to be a Tennis player and make a name for themselves in the industry.
Playing style and Brand Endorsements
Monteiro’s approach is primarily based on a baseline game, with topspin groundstrokes used to counterpunch opponents’ assaults. Thiago’s lefty forehand is regularly used to move his opponents around the court, and he wins the majority of his points with it. His technique is comparable to that of one of his favorites, Rafael Nadal, because he is a left-hander who prefers clay courts. Despite having spent the majority of his tennis career training on clay courts, experts praised Monteiro’s adaptability to hard courts in 2016. Thiago’s game was more diverse on these surfaces, with more volleys and slices than on clay.
Monteiro has been practicing at Tennis Route Academy in Rio de Janeiro since October 2014, among other notable Brazilian players such as Marcelo Demoliner and Beatriz Haddad Maia. Thiago wore Lacoste until January 2017, when he switched to Joma, a Spanish apparel brand. He plays using Babolat tennis racquets. Elemidia (since February 2017), Correios, and Fundaço Beto Studart are among the other sponsors (since 2009).