Dominic Stricker is a Swiss professional player, who is currently at World Number 193 for the doubles ranking and No. 24 for the singles ranking. Stricker was born and raised in Münsingen, Switzerland, and is currently residing in Grosshöchstetten, Switzerland. He is well-known for winning the 2020 French Open boy’s singles title and beating his fellow countryman, Leandro Riedi in the final round. He also brought home the bacon in the 2020 French Open boy’s doubles with his partner Flavio Cobolli.

Professional Career

Stricker had made a wildcard entry into the 2021 BSI Challenger Lugano and ended up winning the competition by defeating Vitaliy Sachiko. He also became the 3rd youngest Swiss player to successfully bring victory and win an ATP Challenger title. Because of his successful beginning, he is expected to be in line with Roger Federer and Stanislas Wawrinka, who became tennis legends.

Height / weight 1.8 m / 81 kg
Born 16 Aug 2002
Nationality Switzerland Switzerland

In May 2021, he debuted at the Geneva Open as a wildcard entry, and he beat former World Number 3, Marin Cilic in the first round. He also managed to defeat Márton Fucsovics and made it into the quarterfinals. In July 2021, he was partnered to Vitaliy Sachko and both of them won the 2021 Internazionali di Tennis Città di Perugia against Tomás Martín Etcheverry and Renzo Olivo.

He switched partners to Marc Andrea Huesler, and both of them won a title in the 2021 Swiss Open Gstaad against Szymon Walkow and Jan Zielinski. In September, both of them reached the finals of the Challenger Biel/Bienne, but they have to withdraw from the tournament.

Tournament Results:

  • 2020 French Open Winner - Doubles
  • 2020 French Open Winner - Singles
  • 2020 QF Australian Open - Singles
  • 2020 SF Australian Open - Doubles

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