Jaume Munar

Born May 5, 1997
Nationality Spain Spain

Jaume Antoni Munar Clar or Jaume Munar is a professional tennis player with a career-high singles ranking of number 52 in the ATP. This career-high ranking was achieved on May 20, 2019. In terms of his doubles ranking, his all-time high is number 149, which was achieved in February 2020.

During his junior career, Munar was ranked number 3. This ranking was achieved on January 26, 2015 after reaching the finals of the French Open that was held in 2014. In 2013, he bagged the Junior Davis Cup. He was also part of the top ten players in the doubles division during that time. He turned professional in 2014 and was able to earn his first ATP Tour win during the German Open in 2015. This win made his debut to the top-500 list.

The 6-foot Munar is a right-handed player who plays two-handed backhand. In terms of performance timelines under the Grand Slam, he was able to get a 2-3 record in 2018. This was mainly due to his performance in the Wimbledon and French Open wherein he was able to reach the second round. In 2019, he came with a 0-4 win-loss record and by 2020 he moved up a notch by earning a 1-3 record. In 2021, he earned a 1-2 win-loss record totaling a 4-12 Grand Slam record.

In terms of the ATP Tour Masters 1000, Munar earned a 2-4 win-loss record in 2019. The wins were earned during the Miami Open and Monte-Carlo Masters tournaments. At present, he comes with a 40% winning percentage and more than $1.6 million prize money.

Munar was also able to defeat a good number of players who belong to the top ten. Among these are David Ferrer of Spain, Alexander Zverev of Germany, and Fabio Fognini of Italy as well as Andrey Rublev of Russia.

Career Facts:


  • Highest Ranking:52nd
  • Current Ranking (April 12, 2021):81st
  • Career Titles: none
  • Career Record: 42-62


  • Highest Ranking: 149th
  • Current Ranking (April 5, 2021):155th
  • Career Titles: None
  • Career Record: 14-20

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