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GermanyYannick Hanfmann
Yannick HanfmannGermanyGermany
Age32
Date of birthNov 13, 1991
Ranking58
Height193 cm
Weight86 kg
BirthplaceKarlsruhe

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Yannick Hanfmann Stats

Wins48% (191/398)For last 20 matchesLooses52% (191/398)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins77% (152/197)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints19% (39/201)For last 20 matches

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WinsPrevious 20051% (2024/3977)Previous 2048% (191/398)LoosesPrevious 20049% (2024/3977)Previous 2052% (191/398)Recieve winsPrevious 20079% (1552/1968)Previous 2077% (152/197)BreakpointsPrevious 20023% (472/2009)Previous 2019% (39/201)

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GamesPrevious 3977Last 398

Win serves

2024 (51%)191 (48%)

Lose serves

1953207

Break point conversions

23.49 %19.40 %

Won receiving points

0.79 %0.77 %

About Yannick Hanfmann

Yannick is a professional tennis player from Germany. He started playing tennis at the age of 5, along with his parents. Growing up, he was a huge fan of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, which also increased his enthusiasm for this game. 

Yannick, who has a hearing impairment in both his ears, never let it hinder his ability to ace in tennis. His love for tennis has always been with him, which has brought him fame worldwide. He even played at the college level for four years at the University of Southern California. During this period, Yannick played a major role in helping Trojans grab two NCAA national titles.

He is fondly known as Hanfi by his friends and fans. He hit his first ATP opportunity in the 2017 BMW Open, where he reached up to quarterfinals. Hanfmann’s rank was 273 in the world. 

In the same year, he was seen in Swiss Open Gstaad, making his sensational way to the finals. However, he couldn’t win the last round. The next year, he made it to the top 100 list. 

He next had his second ATP tour at the 2020 Australian Open but couldn’t win the finals. Currently, he holds a world no. 92 ranking, which is his career-high ATP rank.

While Yannick is all about tennis now, he holds a special place for football, too, in his heart. If it wasn’t for tennis, he surely would have been a football ace. He even fantasies about participating in an All-Star NBA celebrity game.

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