Dominik Koepfer is a professional tennis player from Germany. He played collegiate tennis for Tulane University and in May 2021, he reached a career-high singles world ranking of No.50. He also has a career-high doubles ranking of 92. He reached this in February 2022.

Player Profile

Koepfer was born on April 29, 1994, in Furtwangen, Germany. He stands 180 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 79 kg. A left-handed player, he has a two-handed backhand. He turned pro in 2016 and since then he has won a little over US$2.1 million in prize money.

Height / weight 1.8 m / 79 kg
Born 29 Apr 1994
Nationality Germany Germany

He has worked with coaches Rhyne Williams and Bill Heiser. He attended Tulane University.

Career

After deciding to turn pro in 2016, he made his ATP main draw debut a year later at the Winston-Salem Open. In the same year, he won his first ATP Challenger doubles title when he paired with Denis Kudla for the Columbus Challenger.

A year later, he won his first ATP match against Tennys Sandgren at the Winston-Salem Open in 2018. In 2019, he debuted in the US Open and made it past the first round before eventually falling to Diego Schwartzman.

At the same year’s US Open, he made it to the fourth round of a Grand Slam event for the first time. In 2020, Koepfer made it to a quarter-final at an ATP Tour Masters 1000 event, the Italian Open. He also managed to make it to the second round of that year’s French Open.

In 2021, he played in the Australian Open. He also managed to make it to the third rounds of both Wimbledon and Roland Garros that year. In May of this year, he landed his career-high spot of No.50.

Career Statistics:

Singles

Highest Ranking: No. 50 (10 May 2021)Current Ranking: No. 52 (28 February 2022)

Grand Slam Singles Performances

Australian Open - 2R (2021, 2022)French Open - 3R (2021)Wimbledon - 3R (2021)US Open - 4R (2019)

Other Tournaments

Olympic Games - 3R (2021)

Doubles

Highest Ranking: No. 92 (14 February 2022)Current Ranking: No. 97 (21 February 2022)

Grand Slam Doubles Performances

Australian Open - 2R (2021, 2022)French Open - 2R (2021)Wimbledon - 2R (2021)US Open - 3R (2021)

Team Competitions

Davis Cup - SF (2021)

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