Sebastian Baez is a professional tennis player from Argentina. He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of No.62 which he reached in February 2022 after he made it to the second round of that year’s Australian Open.
By the end of February 2022, he has a total career prize money earnings of a little over US$500,000.
Baez was born in December 28, 2000 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He turned pro in 2018 and he stands 170 cm. His last listed weight was 70 kg and the right-handed player has a two-handed backhand. He is coached by Sebastian Gutierrez.
He turned professional in 2018 but he did not make his ATP debut until 2021 when he played in the 2021 Chile Open. There he lost to Holger Vitus Nødskov Rune. In that season, he also won a total of five ATP Challenger titles, making him the youngest tennis player to do so.
In the same year, he played at the Next Generation ATP Finals which was held in Milan. He made it to the semis before he eventually lost to Carlos Alcaraz. This year, he broke into the Top 100 and landed in the No.97 spot after he won the Campeonato Internacional de Tenis de Campinas.
He debuted in the Grand Slam in 2022 when he appeared in the Australian Open. Prior to that, he also played in the Melbourne Summer Set and the Sydney International. By the end of January, he entered the Top 80 in the world rankings.
He later played at the 2022 Rio Open where he made it to the first round. He later played in the Chile Open, making it to the finals and reaching a career-high world ranking of 62 at the end of February.
Highest Ranking: No. 62 (28 February 2022)Current Ranking: No. 62 (28 February 2022)
Grand Slam Singles Performances
Australian Open - 2R (2022)French Open - Q1 (2021)Wimbledon - Q1 (2021)US Open - Q3 (2021)
Highest ranking - No. 514 (12 October 2020)Current ranking - No. 989 (28 February 2022)