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Ugo Humbert Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Ugo Humbert Quick Info
Height 6 ft 2 in
Weight 73 kg
Date of Birth June 26, 1998
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Eye Color Light Brown

Ugo Humbert is a French professional tennis player who had broken into the ‘Top 25’ of the official ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) singles rankings in June 2021 and had reached the 4th round of the singles event at the 2019 Wimbledon Championship. This was his breakthrough tournament at the senior level and he had defeated 16th seed Gaël Monfils and 19th seed Félix Auger-Aliassime, before losing to eventual champion Novak Djokovic. On the ATP World Tour, he has won the 2020 Auckland Open, the 2020 European Open, and the 2021 Halle Open.

Born Name

Ugo Humbert

Nick Name

Ugo

Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2019
Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in August 2019 (Ugo Humbert / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Cancer

Born Place

Metz, Moselle, Grand Est, France

Residence

Luxembourg

Nationality

French

Occupation

Professional Tennis Player

Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in February 2021
Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in February 2021 (Ugo Humbert / Instagram)

Family

  • Father – Eric Humbert (Butcher, Caterer, Co-Owner of a Butcher’s Shop)
  • Mother – Anne Humbert (Butcher, Caterer, Co-Owner of a Butcher’s Shop)
  • Siblings – Léa Humbert (Sister) (Butcher, Caterer)

Plays

Left-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)

Turned Pro

2016

Build

Athletic

Height

6 ft 2 in or 188 cm

Weight

73 kg or 161 lbs

Race / Ethnicity

White

He is of French descent.

Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in September 2020
Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in September 2020 (Ugo Humbert / Instagram)

Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color

Light Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Short-cropped, curly hair
  • Clean-shaven look

Brand Endorsements

Ugo has been sponsored by –

  • Wilson Sporting Goods
  • Groupe Habiter

Ugo Humbert Favorite Things

  • Tennis Shots – Volley, Backhand
  • Tennis Surface – Hard
  • Tennis Tournament/Event – Roland Garros (French Open)
  • City To Play Tennis In – Paris
  • Sports – Tennis, Soccer
  • Tennis Role Model/IdolRoger Federer
  • Soccer Club – FC Metz
  • Hobbies/Interests – Listening to Music, Playing Guitar, Playing Piano

SourceATP, Wikipedia

Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2021
Ugo Humbert as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2021 (Ugo Humbert / Instagram)

Ugo Humbert Facts

  1. Ugo had started playing tennis from the age of 5 after watching his father compete in local matches. At the age of 12, he had decided to move to the city of Poitiers to avail of practice and training facilities provided by the French Tennis Federation.
  2. He has had recurring issues with groin injuries and was forced to sit out 18 months in 2010 and 2011, and then 7 months in 2016. In January 2016, he had achieved a career-high junior ranking of world number 18.
  3. In the 2nd half of the 2018 season of the ATP Challenger Tour, he had reached 3 tournament finals in 3 weeks, winning the last one. These performances had helped him to qualify for the US Open qualifying tournament, through which he had earned a place in the main draw of the US Open, his first appearance in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament. He went on to win the opening round match.
  4. At the 2019 Australian Open, he had lost a humdinger of a match to compatriot Jérémy Chardy in 5 sets with a scoreline that read 6–3, 6(6)–7(8), 4–6, 7(7)–6(4), 6(6)–7(10). This was the first time since 1976 that the Australian Open had featured a final set tie-break, and this match was the first-ever at the Australian Open singles event to be decided by a super tiebreak. This meant that upon reaching a score of 6-6 in the final set, the players had to go into a tie-break where the winner would be the first one to both reach at least 10 points and lead by 2 points.
  5. When he won the Auckland Open in January 2020, he had become the youngest Frenchman to win an ATP World Tour title since Richard Gasquet had won a title in Mumbai in September 2007.

Featured Image by Ugo Humbert / Instagram

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