Arthur Cazaux Parents And Ethnicity: Where Are They From?

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Arthur Cazaux parents have kept themselves out of the public spotlight. The French player has acknowledged his parents’ support in furthering his tennis career in many of his interviews.

Hailing from Montpellier, Cazaux started playing tennis at three years old. Cazaux has always mentioned that Rafael Nadal was the player he tried to imitate as a kid. 

The youngster made his ATP debut in 2020 and a year later won his first match at the 2021 Geneva Open. It was in 2021 that Arthur made his grand slam debut at the French Open as a wildcard. 

Arthur Cazaux Pictured After Beating The Eighth Seed Holger Rune
Arthur Cazaux Pictured After Beating The Eighth Seed Holger Rune (Source: Instagram)

And since then, he has come a long way. Last year, he made his US Open debut as a lucky loser but lost to Andrey Rublev in the first round. 

Arthur has started this year with a bang. The world no.122 has caused a sensation by taking down the world no.8 Holger Rune in the ongoing Australian Open. The 21-year-old won 7-6 (4), 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 on Margaret Court Arena.

Arthur Cazaux Parents: First Tennis Player From His Family

Previously, in an interview, Arthur Cazaux said his parents weren’t athletes but always had a knack for sports. He said his father is a crazy sports fan.

Sitting on the couch and watching Roland Garros with his father was one of the ways how Arthur picked up the sport.

He was three years old when he first saw his icon Rafael Nadal play, and since then, the passion for tennis has been burning inside the youngster. 

Soon after watching tennis for the first time, Arthur asked his parents to buy him a tennis racket, and he started practicing by hitting against the wall at his home. 

Arthur Pictured Last Year During The Ilkey Tennis Tournament
Arthur Pictured Last Year During The Ilkey Tennis Tournament (Source: Instagram)

And while he was practicing, Arthur would try to imitate Nadal. Despite not coming from a family filled with athletes, Arthur has always mentioned his parents’ support in his tennis journey. 

His parents have kept themselves away from the public limelight. The tennis player’s parents preferred that Arthur stay in France and furthered his career rather than going abroad. 

When Arthur reached the 2020 Australian Open Junior finals, his mother was asked for her comments on his performance.

Ms. Cazaux said she was proud of his achievements and that Arthur’s good attitude and combativeness had helped him so far in his career. 

Arthur Cazaux Ethnicity 

The French player describes himself as a purebred Montpellier. The tennis player comes from a White family and was born in the southern French city of Montpellier.

Until he was nine, Arthur lived in Montpellier and later moved to Juvignac.

After a few years, he moved to Matelles near Pic Saint-Loup, and finally, in 2020, he moved to Paris. 

Arthur was four years old when he joined the Juvignac Tennis Club.

At six years of age, he was spotted by the Languedoc-Roussillon league, where he combined league and club training. 

Cazaux Pictured Last Year During The Madrid Open
Cazaux Pictured Last Year During The Madrid Open (Source: Instagram)

At age nine, he joined the Saint-Gély-du-Fesc club. By this time, the youngster had been already trained by Frédéric Chevalier, Frédéric Pawlak, and Florent Lévêque.

When he was 13, Arthur left school and took a distance learning course with the CNED, and then he began taking coaching classes from Julien Gillet.

Arthur took coaching lessons from Gillet till 2020, and later that year, he made his professional debut at the 2020 Open 13.

Cazaux is currently coached by Stephane Huet, who has coached many other French players like Irena Pavlovic, Laetitia Sarrazin, and Manon Arcangioli.

Sriyukta Pradhananga
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