Max Purcell Height: How Tall is Max Purcell?
Max Purcell is an Australian tennis player who competes professionally. His career-high singles ranking is 156th in the world, which he attained on June 20th, 2022, while his doubles ranking is 25th in the world, which he attained on April 11th, 2022.
At the Australian Open in 2020, he competed alongside Luke Saville, and at the Australian Open in 2022, he competed alongside Matthew Ebden. Both times, he advanced to the men’s doubles final.
During his junior year, he competed in the boys’ singles event of the 2016 Australian Open and advanced to the quarterfinals of the boys’ doubles competition.
In the tennis competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Purcell competed for Australia in both the singles and doubles events, partnering with John Peers.
Purcell beat fellow Australian Andrew Whittington to win the Gimcheon Challenger in South Korea in July 2016.
Prior to the tournament, Purcell was ranked 762 in the world, making him the second lowest-ranked player to win an ATP Challenger title in the last 16 years. He was ranked 324th in the world at the end of the year.
Purcell and Alex de Minaur were given a wildcard into the Australian Open doubles event in 2017.
The Spanish team of Guillermo Garcia López and Pablo Carreo Busta defeated the duo in the opening round. Purcell won three titles on the Futures Tour in 2017. He was the 277th best player in the world at the end of the year.
How Tall is Max Purcell?
Max Purcell stands at a height of 1.85 m.