Andre Goransson is a professional tennis player born in a beautiful Rang parish in the Skane County of Sweden. The tennis player is known more for his skills and participation in doubles tournaments compared to his singles career. As of May 31, 2021, he took the 79th place on the ATP doubles rankings. This was his career-high ranking. In terms of his singles performance, he is ranked 773rd.

The 6-foot-2-inch right-handed Goransson comes with two Futures doubles titles, which he won in 2018 and seven ATP Challenger doubles titles, which he won in 2017 and 2021. Before turning professional, he played tennis for the University of California-Berkeley. His latest achievement in the doubles division on the other hand, included making it to the quarterfinals of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships together with a partner, Casper Ruud.

Born 30 Apr 1994
Nationality Sweden Sweden

Goransson made his professional debut in October of 2016. During this year, he entered both singles and doubles tournaments. His first and only singles match was with Marcos Giron of the United States in the Futures tier. He lost in this match. His first doubles match on the other hand was with partner Sem Verbeek where they lost to their opponents from the United States. Further, Goransson took his first doubles win with partner Florian Lokat of France on October 2017. This happened in a Challenger tier during the Tiburon tournament. He and his partner continued this winning streak in their next two games, which happened on March and April of 2018. During the rest of the 2018 season, Goransson won another doubles match with a new partner, Markus Eriksson of Sweden. This happened in July of 2018. This was his last match of the season after losing two matches scheduled in June 2018.

After the 2018 season, Goransson won five more matches in the doubles division. These matches happened in February 2019 with partner Marc-Andrea Husler, July and September 2019 with partner Sam Verbeek, and January 2021 with partner David Pel as well as in May 2021 with an American partner, Nathaniel Lammons.

Career Highlights:Doubles

  • Highest and Current Ranking: 69th(as of July 12, 2021)
  • Career Titles: 1 (2 Futures, 7Challengers)
  • Career Record: 17-15

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