Mikael Ymer SWE. Mikael. Ymer. World Ranking # 101. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2015. Height 183 cm. Weight 75 kg. Favorited.
Mikael Ymer has thrived off support from Stefan Edberg and other Swedish tennis legends. Peter Staples/ATP Tour. Mikael Ymer gets off to a good start in Milan with a four-set win against Ugo Humbert. Pete Staples/ATP Tour. Mikael Ymer continues his success indoors with his maiden win at the Next Gen ATP Finals.
Mikael Ymer Players & Rankings Stats - Tennis.com | Tennis.com. World Ranking # 85. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2015. Height 183 cm. Weight 75 kg.
Tennis ranking history and graphs of Mikael Ymer, a tennis player from Sweden. Current ranking for Mikael Ymer is ATP 84. CoreTennis : 85,951tournamentscovered - 159,011player profiles - 2,989,578tennis match results... and counting. Tennis Results.
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Mikael Ymer (born 9 September 1998) is a Swedish tennis player. He has a career high ATP singles ranking of world No. 88, achieved in March 2020. In the ATP doubles ranking his career high is No. 187, achieved in October 2017. He is currently the No. 1 Swedish player. He is the younger brother of fellow tennis player Elias Ymer.
A 6ft. tall Mikael Ymer received a career-high ATP singles ranking of world no. 67 in March 2020. Similarly, in the ATP doubles ranking, his career-high was no. 187 in October 2017. Gradually, in 2019 he achieved a single ranking of world no. 73.
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Mikael Ymer got in as a lucky loser, having lost out to Gerasimov in the final round of qualifying. Now he has to take on Tommy Paul, it will most certainly be a tough match, Ymer is very inconsistent, sometimes being able to play incredible tennis, and at other times, he can hardly put a ball in the court.