Paire, La Tige (The Stalk)
Born Place / Residence
Paire’s educational background is not known.
Professional Tennis Player
Right handed (Two-Handed Backhand)
- Father – Philippe Paire (Works at SNCF (French Railway System))
- Mother – Eliane Paire (Works at the government of Vaucluse)
- Siblings – Thomas Paire (Brother) (Tennis Trainer)
Benoit is signed with Provence Tennis Academie.
6 ft 5 in or 196 cm
81 kg or 179 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Benoit Paire’s dating history is not known.
Race / Ethnicity
- Towering height
- Shiny smile
- Long neck
Benoit Paire’s body specifications may be –
- Chest – 45 in or 114.5 cm
- Arms / Biceps – 14 in or 35.5 cm
- Waist – 34 in or 86 cm
Paire has penned endorsement contracts with Lacoste, Babolat, Peugeot, Beardilizer, and Maui Jim.
Paire’s religious beliefs are not known.
Best Known For
Winning 2015 Swedish Open and for being ranked at No.18 in singles on the ATP list in January 2016.
Benoit has not appeared in a movie yet.
First TV Show
Other than tennis matches itself, Benoit has not shown up in any other TV show.
First Grand Slam Appearance
He debuted in a grand slam tournament at 2008’s French Open but lost in the very first round.
First Grand Slam Singles Wins
You can check Paire’s recent trophies on ATP World Tour.
Benoit’s workout and diet plan are not known.
Benoit Paire Favorite Things
- Surface – Clay
- Shot – Backhand
- Hobby – Watching football
Source – ATP World Tour
Benoit Paire Facts
- Paire’s father was the biggest reason why Benoit began playing tennis. He was taken by his dad to a small tennis club next to their house at the age of 6.
- Growing up, Paire idolized the Russian tennis player Marat Safin.
- Benoit once stated that if he wasn’t a tennis player, he would have loved to be a footballer.
- He cheers for soccer club Olympique de Marseille.
- In 2015, he was selected as the Comeback Player of the Year.
- For many women, he is one of the hottest tennis players who play the game.
- He was given the nickname La Tige (The Stalk) because of his tall height at 6 ft 5 in (196 cm) and his thin build.
- In April 2021, it was announced that he had been banned from competing at the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, due to “deeply inappropriate behavior” after his outward contempt for the safety restrictions during the pandemic.