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Ranking 70
FranceGael Monfils
Gael MonfilsFranceFrance
Date of birthSep 1, 1986
Height193 cm
Weight80 kg

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Gael Monfils Stats

Wins47% (243/519)For last 20 matchesLooses53% (243/519)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins78% (200/257)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints16% (43/262)For last 20 matches


Previous 200 vs last 20 match of Gael Monfils

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WinsPrevious 20051% (1261/2461)Previous 2047% (243/519)LoosesPrevious 20049% (1261/2461)Previous 2053% (243/519)Recieve winsPrevious 20080% (987/1229)Previous 2078% (200/257)BreakpointsPrevious 20022% (274/1232)Previous 2016% (43/262)


Gael Monfils's Latest Matches

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GamesPrevious 2461Last 519

Win serves

1261 (51%)243 (47%)

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22.24 %16.41 %

Won receiving points

0.80 %0.78 %

About Gael Monfils

Gael Monfils is a French professional tennis player, born on September 1st, 1986, in Paris. As a junior tennis player, he reached the number 1 spot in the world rankings in 2004. The same year, he won the boys' singles titles at the Australian Open, the French Open, and Wimbledon. This brought him the crown of the International Tennis Federation youth world championship.

  • As a professional player, Monfils has a good record of 496–287 in ATP matches.
  • His current ranking on the ATP list is 17, though his most successful year was 2016, where he ranked 6th and won 44 matches in one year.
  • He also won the Citi Open in Washington the same year, after reaching at least one final every year since 2005.
  • The playstyle of Gael Monfils can be described as a baseliner who largely relies on placement and consistency to beat his opponents.
  • One of his greatest assets is his athleticism and his unusual sliding technique, even on hard courts, to retrieve the balls.
  • He uses a semi-western grip forehand and a combination of continental/semi-western on his backhand.
  • Even though he can serve shots that reach 230 km/h, he often relies on his consistency and placement, sometimes at the expense of power.

Regarding his personal life, Gael loves to fool around in public and is commonly described as a fun person. In 2010 he appeared in Martin Solveig's most successful music video to date, "Hello", which peaked at multiple top 10s across Europe.

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