French tennis player Benoit Paire kick-started his career in 2007 at the ITF level before his big break in 2009, a wildcard for the French Open qualifying.
A year later, he began playing at a Challenger level and he began to make strides. In the same year, he made it as far as the second round during the US Open. He managed to best Rainer Schuttler, before being downed by Feliciano Lopez in five sets. He also made his Grand Slam debut in 2008, at the French Open.
In 2011, arguably the year he came into his own, Benoit Paire burst into the top 100 for the first time. Another year went and another big step was taken, namely his maiden ATP Tour Singles Final. In 2016, he reached a career-high ranking of 18 in the ATP rankings.
So far in his career, Benoit Paire has clinched 3 career ATP finals. His first title was in 2015 at the Swedish Open. He followed it up with the Grand Prix Hassan II and the Lyon Open, both in 2019.
He has also won five ATP Challenger titles out of 11 finals. They were, Brasov, Salzburg, Le Gosier, Bergamo and Quimper. However, on the Grand Slam front, the highest he has ever been in the fourth round, at the French Open 2019, Wimbledon 2017 and US Open 2015.
Benoit Paire is currently sponsored by Lacoste for his clothing. However, his shoes and racket are from Babolat. He is also sponsored by Beardilizer.
In terms of charity, Benoit Paire participated in the 2018 Charity Children’s Day at Roland Garros.
|Height||6 ft 5 in|
|Net Worth||$6 million|
|Marital status||Not Married|
|Endorsements||Lacoste, Babolat, Beardilizer|