Thanasi Kokkinakis Career-High ATP Ranking of World No. 68

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Thanasi Kokkinakis surpassed his previous best from back in June 2015

In 2018, Kokkinakis won two additional Challenger titles and ended the year having re-entered the top 150. However, over the next two years, further injuries prevented him from regularly competing on the professional circuit, but he made his return in 2021 and he reached two Challenger finals, of which he won one. He continued his comeback in 2022 and appeared in his first ATP Tour final in five years at the 2022 Adelaide International 2, in which he prevailed in front of a home-town audience to secure his maiden ATP Tour singles title. He then won the Australian Open doubles title partnering Kyrgios, and the pair competed in the year-end championships.

However, he could not 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 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.  Kokkinakis also holds Greek citizenship and is a citizen of Perivolakia Pylos.

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's Net Worth Revealed

Kokkinakis's tennis earnings up to now total 3.3 Million dollars.

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

Even though 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.

In 2022 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 to South Yarra”.

Tech company, Safety Culture Group, came to the rescue and is 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.

On Court Stats

  • He began playing tennis when he was eight years old
  • The goal is to be No.1 in the world and play Davis Cup for Australia
  • The most influential people in his career to date are his brother, parents and his first coach
  • My favourite player is Frenchman Gael Monfils “because he is so entertaining.”
  • Represented Australia in the ITF World Junior Tennis Competition in 2010
  • Was a finalist in the Australian Open 2013 boys’ singles championships (l. Nick Kyrgios)
  • Won the Wimbledon 2013 doubles title with compatriot Nick Kyrgios
  • First-round victory at Australian Open 2014 (over Igor Sijsling) was first ever tour-level victory
  • Made Davis Cup debut for Australia in February 2014 against France; contested a dead rubber
  • Captured first professional title at ITF Futures event in Saskatoon, Canada
  • Won his first Davis Cup live rubber for Australia in a 2015 World Group first-round tie v Czech Republic, coming from two-sets-to-love down to beat Lukas Rosol in Ostrava
  • Underwent shoulder surgery in late 2015; did not play in 2016
  • Made a triumphant return in 2017 with wins over World No.10 Milos Raonic at Queen’s Club and No.15 Tomas Berdych at Los Cabos
  • Teamed with fellow Australian Jordan Thompson to win the 2017 Brisbane International, his first ATP doubles title
  • Sidelined in early 2020 with glandular fever
  • Won the Australian Open 2022 men’s doubles title alongside Nick Kyrgios


2022 95
2021 172
2020 258
2019 199
2018 153
2017 209
2015 80
2014 150
2013 621
2012 750
2011 1627

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