Rising tennis star Hubert Hurkacz is progressing in his professional tennis career with strong Christian faith and an unbreakable work ethic.
Hurkacz began his campaign at Pune, India’s Maharashtra Open. He went on to compete in the Canberra Challenger, where he won the championship by outlasting Ilya Ivashka.
Hubert in an ATP interview, mentioned disliking vegetables and salads while growing up, but surprisingly now he follows a vegan diet.
Even as a child the tennis player had a keen interest in automobiles and was always trying to discover information about it.
He is known for his powerful serve and is regarded as one of the most promising young players in the game.
Hubert Hurkacz Religion, Ethnicity, And Nationality
Hubert is a Polish professional tennis player, born on 11 February 1997 to white ethnic parents.
In June 2022, he was ranked no. 30 in doubles and represented Poland in various international tennis competitions.
His training regimen is to spend several hours practicing his strokes and footwork improves his physical fitness and endurance.
In addition, he also has other interests like reading, watching movies, and spending time with friends and family.
Hurkacz is known for his humility as well as his work ethic and can speak English and Polish.
Hubert Hurkacz Family Tree
Hubert Hurkacz was born to his parents Zofia Maliszewska-Hurkacz and Krzysztof Hurkacz in a supportive and close-knit family.
He grew up with his ten years younger sister, Nika Hurkacz, who also plays tennis.
Hubert was coached by his parents in the initial years of his career and later was more inspired by Roger Federer after watching playing him on television.
He belonged to an athletic family, as his mother, Zofia Maliszewska-Hurkacz was a junior tennis champion in Poland.
Likewise, his uncle Tomasz Maliszewski was also a tennis player, as well as his grandfather, also played volleyball internationally.
Hubert remains close to his family and often speaks fondly of them in interviews, despite his busy schedule.
Overall, his family are his biggest supporters and their love and encouragement have been instrumental in his success on and off the court.
Hubert Hurkacz Career
Hurkacz made his US Open debut in August and entered the qualifying round as the sixth seed.
He defeated Pedro Martinez Portero, Egor Gerasimov, and John-Patrick Smith to advance to his third consecutive Grand Slam main draw.
Hurkacz began his 2019 ATP tournament at Pune, India’s Maharashtra Open. He went on to compete in the Canberra Challenger, where he won the championship by outlasting Ilya Ivashka.
Hurkacz began his 2021 ATP tour at the Delray Beach Open, where he was seeded fourth.
He won all of his matches and after defeating Sebastian Korda in the final match, won his second ATP championship title.
Hubert Hurkacz in January at his 2022 ATP Cup won against Diego Schwartzman and gave Poland victory over Argentina; enabling the Polish team to proceed to the semifinals.
At the Astana Open in October he won matches against Francisco Cerndolo and Alexander Bublik in the opening and second rounds, respectively.
However, he made it to the quarterfinals but was defeated in straight sets by Stefanos Tsitsipas.
At the 2023 United Cup Hubert ranked 10th and surpassed all other other Polish male players by achieving his 50th Masters win at the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters.
As per Forbes, Tennis star Hubert has also partnered with Mclaren to drive high-end cars.