Emil Ruusuvuori

Height / weight 1.88 m / 79 kg
Born Apr 2, 1999
Nationality Finland Finland

Emil Ruusuvuori is a professional tennis player from Finland. He reached an ATP career-high ranking of No.66 in August 2021. As a junior player, he was ranked No.14 by the ITF. He also made it to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open boy’s event. As a resident of Finland, he has represented his country at the Davis Cup.

Player Profile

Ruusuvuori was born on April 2, 1999, in Helsinki, Finland. He stands 188 cm tall and his last listed weight is 79 kg. He is a right-handed player and he plays a two-handed backhand. He is coached by Federico Ricci and as of the end of February 2022, he has accumulated prize money earning of a little over 1 million US dollars.

Career

As a junior tennis player, Ruusuvuori appeared in the 2017 US Open, reaching the semi-finals. Along the way, he defeated Sebastian Korda and Sebastian Baez. He eventually lost to Wu Yibing. Earlier that year, he made it to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open boy’s event.

After his 2017 season, he was ranked in the ITF Combined Juniors ranking as World No.4.

He turned pro in 2018 and competed in his first Challenger main draw at the Bangkok Challenger. 2019 saw him rise in the ATP rankings and he ended the year ranked No.123 in the world.

In 2021, he made it to the second round of both the Australian Open and the US Open. He also made it to the first round of Wimbledon and the French Open that year.

After he won the 2021 Citi Open, he broke into the Top 100 and landed in No.66 in the world rankings. In 2022, he made it to the semi-finals of the Melbourne Summer Set 1.

Career Statistics:

Singles

Highest Ranking: No. 66 (30 August 2021)Current Ranking: No. 71 (7 February 2022)

Grand Slam Singles Results

Australian Open - 2R (2021)French Open - 1R (2020, 2021)Wimbledon - 1R (2021)US Open - 2R (2020, 2021)

Doubles

Highest Ranking: No. 181 (22 November 2021)Current Ranking: No. 186 (21 February 2022)

Grand Slam Doubles Performances

Australian Open - 1R (2021)French Open - 2R (2021)US Open - 3R (2021)

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