Things you may not know about Thanasi Kokkinakis

Thanasis Kokkinakis Aust Open 2022

Thanasi Kokkinakis is an Australian professional tennis player. He was rated as high as world No. 69 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), which he first achieved in June 2015. Currently, at the Australian Open, he is ranked 103 which is likely to change due to his win as Kokkinakis Claimed his First ATP Tour Title In Adelaide earlier this month.

Tomorrow Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios have booked their spot in the Australian Open 2022 men's doubles final and have a great chance of taking it out.

He has one ATP Tour victory in doubles and reached the third round of the 2015 French Open, where he had his best Grand Slam singles result.

However, he was unable to compete on the professional circuit for the next two years due to severe injuries, although he returned in 2021.

Thanasi Kokkinakis Parents And Family Details

Thanasi Kokkinakis was actually born to his Greek immigrant parents in Australia.

Thanasi was born in Adelaide, South Australia, to Greek parents, Voula (Paraskevi) and Trevor (Tryfon) Kokkinakis. They were both born in the Peloponnese peninsula of Greece, in the cities of Kalamata and Tripoli, respectively. Thanasi has a brother, Pan, and a sister, Christina. He holds both Australian and USA, Greek citizenship.

Thanassis. Variant form(s) Athanasios. Thanasis (Θανάσης) is a Greek given name, short for Athanasios (Αθανάσιος), which can mean "eternal life" or "immortal".

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Thanasi Kokkinakis Net Worth Revealed

Kokkinakis tennis earnings up to now total 1.6 Million dollars.

However, there is currently no definitive evidence or information regarding his actual wealth. However, we may safely assume that he has a fortune is in the millions and that his professional career is his primary source of income.

Despite the fact that his exact profits are unknown, Thanasi has won several titles and been in numerous finals, so we may assume he has amassed a sizable fortune.

Last year after winning against Korea's Kwon Soon-woo, Kokkinakis admitted to hitting the court without a sponsor.

When asked about his outfit by reporters he said: “Mate, Kmart special. I went to Chadstone, bought some $6 tees and went to work. I just felt comfortable in it.”

“I’ve tried to order more online but they got cancelled, they didn’t make it through to South Yarra”.

Tech company, Safety Culture Group, came to the rescue and are his current sponsor.

Kokkinakis was thrilled at the announcement.

“To be backed by an Australian brand who’s helping events like the Open run smoothly is a perfect match,” he wrote on Instagram.