Botic van de Zandschulp

Height / weight 1.91 m / 85 kg
Born Oct 4, 1995
Nationality Netherlands Netherlands

Botic van de Zandschulp is a professional tennis player from the Netherlands. On February 28, 2022, he reached a career-high singles ranking of No.48. In the same month, he reached his highest doubles ranking of No.227.

He is noted for being the third qualifier in the history of the US Open to reach the quarterfinals of the event.

Player Profile

Zandschulp was born on October 4, 1995, in Wageningen in The Netherlands. He stands 191 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 85 kg. The right-handed player has a two-handed backhand.

Since he turned pro in 2018, he has had a stellar rise and has earned a little over US$1.2 million in prize money.

Career

2021 was a breakthrough year for Zandschulp. Not only did he debuted and qualified for the main draw of a Grand Slam event, the Australian Open, for the first time, he also made it to the quarter-finals of the US Open. That year, he also played in the French Open and Wimbledon. That year, he also played in Amersfoort at the Dutch Open.

He made a number of records with his US Open run that year. He became only the third male qualifier to reach the quarters. He is also the first Dutch player to reach the quarters since Sjeng Schalken.

In November of that year, he landed at the No.57 spot after a number of high-profile wins including one against Marin Cilic and a semi-finals finish at the Stockholm Open.

In 2022, Zandschulp reached the third round of the Australian Open and he broke into the Top 50 of the world rankings.

Career Statistics:

Singles

Highest Ranking: No. 48 (28 February 2022)Current Ranking: No. 48 (28 February 2022)

Grand Slam Singles Performances

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

Doubles

Highest Ranking: No. 227 (28 February 2022)Current Ranking: No. 227 (28 February 2022)

Grand Slam Doubles Performances

Australian Open - 2R (2022)

Team Competitions

Davis Cup 0–1

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