Bruno Soares is an international professional Brazilian tennis player. His full name is Bruno Fraga Soares. He has a high career who won the six-time Grand Slam tournament, having won the US Open and Australian Open in 2016 with Jamie Murray. Besides, he won the US Open 2020 with Mate Pavic in men’s doubles.
Soares finished runner-up at the US Open in 2013 and the French Open in 2020 in doubles and played the Australian Open in 2016 with Elena Vesnina. Basically, he has signified Brazil in the Davis Cup since 2005 and contested at the Olympic Games in 2016, and 2012.
Soares’ salary and net worth
He earns a basic salary of $1 million USD. In fact, Soares is a Brazilian famous tennis player who has a net worth of $4 million USD. Actually, he started his professional career in 2001.
His age and height
He was born on 27 February 1982. From this date, his current age is 39 years old. And his birthplace is Belo Horizonte, Brazil. His height is 5 feet 11 inches or 1.80m.
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His wife or girlfriend
He is married to his girlfriend named Bruna Alvim. They got married in 2008. Their first son was born in 2015 and named Noah.
Bruno Soares tennis ranking, family, biography, career, and more
|Bruno Soares's tennis career, family, net worth and more|
|Her height, weight, age, biography, tennis career details|
|Full or real name||Bruno Fraga Soares|
|Profession||Brazilian professional tennis player|
|Height in cm and m||180cm or 1.80m|
|Height in feet inches||5 feet 11 inches|
|his weight in Kg (approx)||77 kg|
|Weight in IBS||169 Ibs|
|Hair color||White brown|
|Eye Color||Hazel brown|
|hair Style||Small hair|
|Body fitness||Not known|
|Date of birth||1982-02-27 00:00:00|
|age||41 years (as of 2023)|
|Birth place||Belo Horizonte, Brazil|
|College||Estácio de Sá Universities|
|His Tennis career, Grand Slam and details|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|National team||Brazil team|
|Residence||Belo Horizonte, Brazil|
|Career records (Singles)||2–0|
|career record doubles||511–292 (63.6%)|
|Career titles (singless)||0|
|Career titles (Doubles)||34|
|Grand Slam Singles Results|
|French Open||Q2 (2004)|
|US Open||Q1 (2004)|
|Highest ranking (singles)||No. 221 (March 22, 2004)|
|Current Rankings (singles)||N/A|
|Grand Slam Doubles Results|
|Australian Open||W (2016)|
|French Open||F (2020)|
|Wimbledon||QF (2009, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018)|
|US Open||W (2016, 2020)|
|Highest Ranking (doubles)||No. 2 (October 17, 2016)|
|Current Ranking (Doubles)||No. 5 (February 8, 2021)|
|Tour Finals||SF (2013, 2016, 2017, 2018)|
|Olympic games||QF (2012, 2016)|
|His father, mother, salary, wife, family and more|
|Salary||$1 million USD|
|Net worth||$4 million USD|
|father name||Malthus Antônio Soares|
|mother name||Maísa Soares|
|Marriage date||1905-06-30 00:00:00|
|twitter address||Twitter open|
|Hobbies||Swimming and Listenning to Music|
|Does he like smoke||Not known|
|Does he drinking alcohol||Unknown|
|Favourite colors||Gray and white|
|Favourite games||Football and tennis|
|Favorite Tennis player||Rafael Nadal|
Soares’s tennis career and news
He announced his new partnership with Marcelo Melo in 2009 and won his 2nd ATP tour doubles in Stockholm. He defeated the brother’s Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan and reached the quarterfinals in Roland Garros.
After, he partnered with Eric Butorac and went to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open 2012. They won the 6th ATP doubles in the ATP tour Brazil 250.
He played with Ekaterina Makarova and he won the biggest tour of his career by becoming the winner of the mixed doubles. Soares “retired” James Blake at the U.S. Open 2013 in the first round of the men’s doubles.
Then he proclaimed the ending of his partnership with Alexander Peya, and an innovative partnership with Britain’s Jamie Murray, in October 2015. Besides, he partnered with Elena Vesnina in the mixed doubles and extended to the final, where they overcame Coco Vandeweghe and Horia Tecău.
Soares proclaimed Australian Open 2018 and Davis Cup 2018 winner, Croatian Mate Pavić as his new partner.
He was selected to play in the doubles Rio Open 2022 tournament that will be held on 14th February 2022 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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