Adrian Mannarino Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Adrian Mannarino is the most popular French tennis player who is ranked 61 in ATP ranking has given many excellent performances and shown seriousness in the game to bag the titles. He is famous in the tennis court for her outstanding skills and sportsmanship. He hails from France and has career high ATP singles and ranked world number 22 and attained 19th position in 2018. He also won ATP singles title in 2019 by defeating Jordan Thompson in finals. He has won many more victories against the opponents who were top ranked such as Marin Cilic, Milos Raonic, Stanislas Wawrinka, Andrey Rublev, Dominic Thiem, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga, and Stefanos Tsitisipas. Indeed, he attained the highest ATP ranking in men single’s 22. 

Early Life of Adrian Mannarino

Adrian Mannarino was born on June 29, 1988 to the proud parents Annie and Florent Mannarino. His father is also a tennis player while mother Annie is a school teacher. He is the second youngest child of all five children. The three older brothers of this tennis players – Julien Mannarino, Morgan Mannarino and Thomas Mannarino. He also has a younger sister whose name is Iris Mannarino. He was born in Soisy-sous-Montmorency, France which is 15km from Paris. 

Academic Details of Adrian Mannarino

Authentic information about her college degree and academic qualification is still unknown.

Personal details of Adrian Mannarino

Real Name: Adrian Mannarino

Celebrity Name: Adrian Mannarino

Nick name: Mannarino

Place of Birth: Soisy-sous-Montmorency, France

Current City: Valletta, Malta

Birthday: June 29, 1988

Horoscope: Cancer

Profession: French professional tennis player 

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: France

Religion: Unknown

Sexuality: Straight

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Brown

Net Worth: $5 million 

Family details of Aashka Goradia

Mother’s Name: Florent Mannarino

Father’s Name: Annie Mannarino

Number of Siblings: 4 (3 older brothers and 1 younger sister)

Children: No

Spouse Name: Unmarried 

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Body measurements of Adrian Mannarino

Body Physique: Unknown

Height in Feet: 5 feet 11 inches

Height in Meters: 1.8 m

Weight in Kg: 79 kg

Weight in Pound: 174 lbs

Shoe Size (US): unknown 


No of wins: 227

No of losses: 271

Highest ranking (attained in singles): 22

Current ranking: 61

Highest ranking (doubles): 73

Current ranking(doubles):212

Relationship Details of Adrian Mannarino

There is no dating history of this tennis player is found online and he has a best friend named Benoit Paire. There is no update about his relationship and is known to be the most eligible bachelor. 

Net Worth of Adrian Mannarino

According to authentic sources like Google, Forbes, Wikipedia and IMDb, the net worth of the famous tennis player who predominantly plays for his home country France is USD 5 million and he also earned a hefty amount of money in the career, i.e., USD 8, 880, 161. The primary source of income that this tennis player earns is through the tournaments and through the ATP tours. He also earned a huge amount of money by playing the international tournaments and the rest of the income would be earned through endorsing brands, ads and sponsorships. The majority of the fortune is earned through his career. 

Apart from tennis, he also endorses the clothing brand, which is called as Hydrogen Tennis clothing with the other players – Feliciano Lopez and Tomas Berdych. This Italian brand sells luxury sportswear for both golf and tennis games. 

Early Career Days of Adrian Mannarino

Like any other athlete even Adrian has started his career in tennis at the age of 5. Before that his father used to teach him and his older brother the gaming tactics and rules. When he started to get trained in the game, he developed passion and interest for the game. 

Adrian used to play tennis in the tennis club that is at his place followed by taking part in the local tournaments. His parents used to encourage him by driving him to the tournaments to play matches.

The professional career of Adrian was started in 2004 in singles with the debut made in the French open. However, he lost the game to Marin Cilic. 

Tournaments played by Adrian Mannarino 

French open

Adrian got yellow card in the singles at the Grand slam tournament that was held in 2008 and he lost the game to Argentine Diego Junqueira in the first round. Subsequently, he took part in French open men’s doubles in the same year in which he lost in the first round again. 

He got to play 2008 Open de Moselle in France where he went into the Semi-finals and lost the game to Paul-Hanri Mathieu in round two. Later, he got to bag the single event in ATP challenger tour held in New Jersey where he got to defeat Andreas Beck in final.

He appeared in inaugural Masters of France and lost three round matches. 

Australian open

He took part in Australia open in 2009 where he lost the game to Ferando Verdasco in round one. After that, he took part in 2016 in the Australia open again where he got to pair with Lucas Pouille. The duo got to defeat three pairs. Unfortunately, they lost the game to Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares in semi-finals. Later in 2018, he reached singles third round for the first time in the career. However, lost the game to Dominic Thiem. 

Wimbledon open

He lost the second round of the game in 2011 in Wimbledon opening. Later he took part in 2013 Wimbledon championship and won in the first round over Pablo Andujar. However, in this event he lost the game to Jerzy Janowicz. 

ATP World tour

Adrian got to defeat the opponents Borna Coric and Ferando Verdasco and advanced to the Antalun open final. However, he lost the game in finals with Yuichi Sugita. Indeed, he is the first person in ATP World tour masters to reach quarterfinal in 2017 Rogers cup. He defeated the World no 10 player Milos Raonic and later lost the game to Denis Shapovalov. He won the career biggest singles by defeating Marlin Cilic. He got to earn first ATP World tour 500 series singles final in Japan open. 

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