American tennis player Taylor Harry Fritz competes professionally. He went to Torrey Pines High School, where as a freshman he won the CIF singles championship in the San Diego area. He transferred to an online high school a few months into his sophomore year so that he could focus solely on playing ITF junior competitions.

In 2015, Fritz advanced to at least the quarterfinals of all four junior Grand Slam competitions, including the French Open final, where he was upset by Tommy Paul, and the US Open final, where he triumphed over Paul.

Fritz became a professional in September 2015 after winning the Junior US Open. At the age of 17, he became the ninth player to win multiple Challenger Tour titles, doing so in back-to-back wee hours matches. This propelled him quickly from the 600s into the top 250 of the ATP rankings. In the ATP Cup, Fritz began his 2022 campaign as the USA’s representative. Along with Germany, Canada, and Great Britain, the USA was in Group C. 

He defeated Alex Molan at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships to advance to the fourth round for the first time in his career. He won over qualifier Jason Kubler in the fourth round to go to his first-ever major quarterfinal.

Who is Fritz Tennis Coach Michael Russell?

Taylor Fritz’s tennis coach right now is retired American professional tennis player Michael Craig, Russell.

In August 2007, he rose to a career-high singles position of No. 60 in the world. As of November 2013, his 23 victories on the USTA Pro Circuit in singles competition stood as the record.


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