Frances Tiafoe is an American Professional Tennis Player. He was born in 20 January 1998 in Hyattsville, Maryland, United States.
Frances Tiafoes parents immigrated to the United States from Sierra Leone in West Africa amid its civil war in the 1990s.
Frances Tiafoes and his twin brother, Franklin, were born in 1998, and soon would be spending hour upon hour where Dad’s job was, rackets in hand.
When Frances Tiafoe was 5 years old, his father arranged for him to begin training at the JTCC, bypassing his usual fees.
At the age of 14, Frances Tiafoe won his first prestigious international tournament at Les Petits As in France.
Tiafoe won his first and only ATP title at the 2018 Delray Beach Open, as a result he become the Youngest American Man to win a ATP Tour Tournament since 2002.
On Monday, Frances Tiafoe defeat Rafal Nadal’s 22-match winning streak at Grand Slam tournaments.
Rafeal Nadal is a Spanish professional tennis player. He won the Australian Open in January and the French Open in June 2022.
Tiafoe, ranked 26th in the world, has always had confidence that he could play at the highest level of men’s tennis. Finally, he has achieved the biggest victory of his career.