Max Purcell is a professional Australian tennis player who was born on April 3, 1998. He is ranked in his career-high singles as World No. 156 at the time which he achieved on June 2022 whiles he has a doubles ranking of World No. 25 which he as well achieved on April 11, 2022. In the year 2020 at the Australian Open, he partnered with one Luke Saville and the Australian 2022 Open partnering with Matthew Ebden.
Max Purcell began his professional career in the early years of 2016 to 2019. He qualified for the Gimcheon Challenger and won the challenge which was held in South Korea at the time where he went against one fellow Australian Andrew Whittington. He was known to have been ranked No. 762 in the World leading into the tournament, making him be to win an ATP Challenger title in 16 years after being a lowest ranked player
In the year 2020 following the continuation of his professional career, he made his Grand Slam singles first appearance after he qualified for the 2020 Australian Open. Going down to the current year 2022, he made his first appearance in January 2022 representing Australia at the 2022 ATP Cup where he unfortunately lost to one Jannik Sinner.
Max Purcell Current Rank: What is Purcell Ranked?
On June 20, 2022, Max Purcell attained a career-high singles rating of 156, and on April 11, 2022, he attained a career-high doubles ranking of 25.