23 Facts About Tallon Griekspoor


Tallon Griekspoor has a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No 34, achieved on 17 April 2023.


Tallon Griekspoor has a career high ATP doubles ranking of World No 217 achieved on 31 October 2022.


Tallon Griekspoor has won a record eight Challenger titles in one season, and became the first player in history to win five consecutive such titles.


Tallon Griekspoor made his ATP main draw debut as a wildcard at the 2017 Rotterdam Open in the singles draw against Gilles Muller.


Tallon Griekspoor made his top 150 debut on 31 August 2020.


In 2021, Tallon Griekspoor won two Challengers tour titles at the 2021 Prague Open and at the 2021 Slovak Open in Bratislava.


Tallon Griekspoor defeated his compatriot and No 2 seed Botic van de Zandschulp in the final, winning his fifth Challenger.


Tallon Griekspoor reached a career-high of No 105 on 19 July 2021.


Tallon Griekspoor lost to World No 1 Novak Djokovic in the second round.


Tallon Griekspoor won his seventh Challenger title of the season in Tenerife defeating Feliciano Lopez in the final and becoming the sole record holder for most trophies at that level in a single year.


Tallon Griekspoor won his eighth Challenger at the 2021 Slovak Open II and moved to a new career high ranking of No 65 on 15 November 2021.


Tallon Griekspoor started his year at the Melbourne Summer Set 1, where he made the quarterfinals after beating 7th seed Dominik Koepfer and Australian Alexei Popyrin.


Tallon Griekspoor withdrew from his quarterfinal match against Rafael Nadal due to a foot injury.


Tallon Griekspoor lost to 19th seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the second round.


Tallon Griekspoor reached the third with a win over home qualifier Johan Nikles.


In Pune, Tallon Griekspoor reached his maiden ATP singles semifinal, beating Jaume Munar and Marco Cecchinato, then receiving a walkover against top seed Marin Cilic.


Tallon Griekspoor defeated 8th seed Aslan Karatsev in the semifinals in straight sets to reach the final, where he defeated Benjamin Bonzi in three sets to win his maiden ATP Tour singles title.


At the Australian Open, Tallon Griekspoor reached the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career, beating Pavel Kotov and 32nd seed, compatriot Botic van de Zandschulp.


Tallon Griekspoor lost to third seed and eventual finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas in the third round.


Tallon Griekspoor made the quarterfinals in Rotterdam, after defeating Mikael Ymer and eight seed Alexander Zverev, his fourth top-20 win.


Tallon Griekspoor lost to top seed and eventual champion Carlos Alcaraz.


Tallon Griekspoor reached the top 35 on 3 April 2023.


Tallon Griekspoor is the younger brother of twin brothers and retired tennis players Scott Griekspoor and Kevin Griekspoor who are five years older and peaked at No 205 and No 655 respectively in the ATP rankings.