Dominic Thiem Net Worth (House Cars Salary Income 2017)

Dominic Thiem Net Worth is $4 million USD and earns an Annual income of $2 million dollars. Dominic Thiem is  an Austrian professional tennis player. The Net Worth of Dominic Thiem has seen a hike of 25% over the past few years. Dominic Thiem recently bought a brand new Lexus luxury car for $100,000. While calculating the Net Worth of Dominic Thiem we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Dominic Thiem Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Roger FedererRafael NadalConor McGregorBrooks Koepka and Ryan Braun.

Dominic Thiem Net Worth and Income Details

The Estimated Dominic Thiem Net Worth is $4 Million

Dominic Thiem Net Worth $4 million USD
Annual Income $2 million USD
Personal Investments $1 million USD
Luxury Cars –03 $450,000 USD

Cars included in Dominic Thiem Net Worth

The Car collection of Dominic Thiem is quite Small. Dominic Thiem owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Dominic Thiem include Range Rover and Ford.

House included in Dominic Thiem Net Worth

Dominic Thiem Resides in Lichtenwörth, Austria. Dominic Thiem bought this luxury home in 2017. Estimated Value of this Real Estate Property is around $1 Million.

Dominic Thiem Biography

Dominic Thiem has been coached by Gunter Bresnik since age nine, but he has known Bresnik since he was three after Dominic Thiem’s father, Wolfgang, came to work as a coach at Bresnik’s academy in Vienna in 1997.

Dominic Thiem reached an ITF Junior world ranking of No. 2 (combined singles and doubles). Dominic Thiem lost a close final match at the 2011 French Open Boys’ event, to Bjorn Fratangelo, in three sets.

Dominic Thiem completed his junior career by winning his last three singles tournaments, culminating in taking the singles title of the prestigious Dunlop Orange Bowl.

Dominic Thiem received wild cards to the main draw of Kitzbühel, Bangkok and Vienna. In Vienna, Dominic Thiem recorded his first ATP win, over Thomas Muster, before losing to Steve Darcis in the second round.

In 2013, Dominic Thiem received a wild card to the main draw in the 2013 Bet-at-home Cup Kitzbühel, where he made it through to the quarterfinals by defeating the fourth seed Jürgen Melzer in the second round.

Dominic Thiem lost in the quarterfinals to Albert Montañés in straight sets. Thiem reached his second quarterfinal of the year of an ATP 250 event at the 2013 Erste Bank Open. Dominic Thiem was given a wildcard, but lost to the top seed, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, in three tough sets.

Dominic Thiem is primarily an aggressive baseline player who is adept at defending as well. His groundstrokes are solid on both wings, with a heavy forehand and a tenacious, powerful single-handed backhand.

Dominic Thiem is notably one of the few younger ATP players to use a single-handed backhand. According to Thiem, he changed to his now famous single-handed backhand at the advice of his coach.

Dominic Thiem backhand can effectively handle high bouncing balls which has been a big problem for a lot of single-handers, including Roger Federer. Thiem often uses heavy, penetrating groundstrokes to construct points and hit winners or outlast his opponents.

Dominic Thiem has a long take-back on both wings, and the top-spin he produces on his groundstrokes allows him to both attack and defend well. Dominic Thiem also possesses a strong serve, capable of reaching 145 mph (233 km/h).

Dominic Thiem has solid volleys, though they are not a major weapon in his game. Dominic Thiem often only comes up to the net to finish off points with a single volley, though he has been known to occasionally serve-and-volley as well, especially when playing on clay and serving from the ad side to his opponent’s backhand.

Dominic Thiem often employs a top-spin serve for both his first and second serves, resulting in a relatively slow, but looping serve that forces his opponents back.

Compared to the younger players on the ATP tour, Dominic Thiem uses prolonged baseline play and careful construction of points to win.

Dominic Thiem play-style, particularly the long take-back on his groundstrokes, ability to sustain long baseline rallies and top-spin serves have greatly benefited his clay game, where he has had the most success (winning 6 of his 8 ATP titles there).

Dominic Thiem has beaten many great clay-court players on clay before, most notably Nicolás Almagro and Rafael Nadal en route to his Argentina Open title, as well as Stan Wawrinka in 2014 in the Madrid Open and Federer in Rome. His mental game has also been praised, especially his tie-break win percentage.

Off-court, Dominic Thiem is known as a humble character, rarely involving himself in any controversy. Dominic Thiem operates his own Facebook page, in which he often posts his match results, along with personal reflections on each match he has played in both German and English.

Data Analysis : Dominic Thiem Net Worth

We can easily conclude that Dominic Thiem is one of the highest net worth players in the world. Dominic Thiem Net Worth has been on the top of the charts since many weeks.

Dominic Thiem Net Worth will keep growing at a staggering pace in the coming months. This data provided by us on Dominic Thiem Net Worth is just on estimated basis and statistical analysis.

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Dominic Thiem Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Dominic Thiem is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Dominic Thiem’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 36%.