Tiafoe won his first and only ATP title at the 2018 Delray Beach Open, becoming the youngest American man to win a tournament on the ATP Tour.

Frances Tiafoe : Age | Wife | Ethnicity | Twin brother

Tiafoe made his ATP Tour main draw debut at the age of 16 after being granted a wildcard by his home tournament, the 2014 Citi Open in Washington, D.C. He lost to Evgeny Donskoy in his first career tour-level match.

Frances Tiafoe : Age | Wife | Ethnicity | Twin brother

At the 2014 US Open, Tiafoe received a wildcard into the qualifying draw but lost to 11th seed Tatsuma Ito. In the doubles tournament, he was awarded a wildcard into the main draw with Michael Mmoh.

The two teenagers picked up their first career win at the ATP level in the first round by defeating veterans Víctor Estrella Burgos and Teymuraz Gabashvili, before losing in the second round.

In March 2015, he claimed his first professional title by winning the ITF Futures tournament at Bakersfield. He officially turned pro the following month.

Frances Tiafoe age

Frances Tiafoe was born on January 20, 1998, along with his twin brother Franklin, in Maryland, to Constant (better known as Frances Sr.) Tiafoe and Alphina Kamara, immigrants from Sierra Leone.

Frances Tiafoe : Age | Wife | Ethnicity | Twin brother

Born January 20, 1998 
Hyattsville, Maryland, US
Height 24 years.
Turned pro 2015
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Coach Wayne Ferreira
Prize money US$ 6,162,700

His father immigrated to the United States in 1993, while his mother joined him in 1996 to escape the civil war in their country.

In 1999, his father began working as a day laborer on a construction crew that built the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, Maryland.

When the facility was completed, he was hired as the on-site custodian and given a spare office to live in at the center.

Frances and Franklin lived with their father at the center for five days a week for the next 11 years.


Currently he is single and dating Ayan Broomfield.

Frances Tiafoe is in a romantic relationship with Ayan Broomfield, another young and promising tennis player from Ontario, Canada.

Frances Tiafoe : Age | Wife | Ethnicity | Twin brother

The relationship has a lot of tennis fans around the world wanting to know more about them.

Ayan Broomfield, who was born on August 13, 1997, achieved a best singles ranking of world number 680 in 2015.

The highlights of her career consists of winning two ITF doubles titles and hitting a world doubles rank of 467.

In 2019, she and teammate Gabby Andrews won the doubles event at the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championship for the UCLA Bruins, defeating Kate Fahey and Brienne Minor of the Michigan Wolverines.

Recently, the 25-year-old was the body double for Venus Williams in selected matches of the 2021 biographical film King Richard, starring Will Smith.

Frances Tiafoe Ethnicity 

Frances Tiafoe is the only American player who is still playing at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center.

In fact, a win over Rafael Nadal could mean his best performance in his professional career in tennis at a Grand Slam. However, that’s a difficult task to complete. 

  • Ethnicity  – African – American 

In fact, in the 2022 US Open, Tiafoe is one of the thirteen seeded players left in the tournament. And, in 2018, he became the youngest American to win an ATP Tour tournament since Andy Roddick in 2002. Just three years after he started to play at the professional level. 

Twin brother 

Frances Tiafoe has a twin brother – Franklin. The two were born on January 20, 1998, in Maryland, to Constant (better known as Frances Sr.) Tiafoe and Alphina Kamara, immigrants from Sierra Leone.

Frances Tiafoe : Age | Wife | Ethnicity | Twin brother

Franklin Tiafoe is also a tennis player. He was a student at DeMatha High School in Maryland and then played one year of college tennis at Salisbury University.

In 2021, Franklin joined the Howard University Tennis program as a volunteer coach. He then player for Salisbury University before deciding to start coaching and pursuing his own professional development.

Frances Tiafoe is the youngest American man to get that far at the U.S. Open since Andy Roddick in 2006. “Well, the difference is easy: I played a bad match and he played a good match,” Nadal said. “At the end that’s it.”

By Rishabh

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