Maxime Cressy is a top Tennis star from France – here is everything you should know about him including net worth, personal life and more
|8 May 1997
|6 feet 7 inches
|Jonathan Cressy and Mathiew Cressy
|$1.5 million (approx.)
Maxime Cressy: Personal Life
Maxime Cressy was born to Gerard Cressy and Leslie Cressy on May 8, 1997, in Paris, France. Gerard is a Frenchman who has always been supportive of his son making a career in tennis. Maxime has two siblings, Jonathan Cressy and Mathiew Cressy. He played for his country of birth, France before 2018.
Maxime Cressy: Career
The talented youngster, along with Keegan Smith won the 2019 NCAA tennis doubles championship at UCLA on May 25, 2019.
In the 2020 US Open, Cressy made his Grand Slam main draw debut after receiving a wildcard. He defeated Jozef Kovalik in the first round before going down to fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round.
In the 2021 Australian Open, Cressy qualified for the main draw and made it to the second round courtesy of a win against Taro Daniel. Cressy’s journey once again ended in the second round following a loss against sixth-seeded Alexander Rublev. At the 2021 US Open, Cressy crashed out in the second round.
The 2022 Australian Open saw Cressy pull off a huge upset in the first round as he defeated veteran John Isner in a five-set thriller. Cressy got the better of Tomas Machac in the second round and Christopher O’Connell in the third round. In the fourth round, he went down to eventual finalist Daniil Medvedev in four sets. At Eastbourne, Cressy made it to the finals before losing to compatriot Taylor Fritz. The 25-year-old bagged his first ATP tour title when he defeated the likes of Mitchell Krueger, Steve Johnson, John Isner, and Alexander Bublik to win the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships.
Cressy has continued building on the success with impressive performances in the Winston-Salem Open and the Tel Aviv Open. He reached the quarter-finals in both of those tournaments.
Maxime Cressy: Career in Numbers
Maxime Cressy has won 32 matches thus far and lost 31, with a win percentage of 50.8 in the singles circuit. As far as doubles is concerned, Cressy has won 3 matches and lost 5. He made it to the third round in the doubles event in the 2022 French Open.
Maxime Cressy: Net worth
The French-American tennis pro has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million (approx.) and he has the tools required to increase the number in the next few years.
He also has a combined prize money in singles and doubles of $1,682,915.
Frequently asked questions about Maxime Cressy
Gerard Cressy is the name of Maxime Cressy’s father.
Maxime Cressy is 25 years old as of this writing.
Maxime Cressy is one of the tallest players on the tour and stands at 6 feet 7 inches.
Maxime Cressy turned pro in 2019.
The names of Maxime Cressy’s siblings are Jonathan Cressy and Mathiew Cressy.
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