Vasek Pospisil Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Vasek Pospisil is a Canadian expert tennis player. Having turned proficient in 2007, he has arrived at the vocation high positioning of No. 25 in world singles and No. 4 in duplicates. He won the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and the 2015 Indian Wells Masters with accomplice Jack Sock. He arrived at the quarterfinals in singles at the 2015 Wimbledon Championships. As of August 2020, he has won the prize cash of more than $5.8 million.

He has over 86k devotees on his Instagram @vasek.pospisil.

Celebrated Name Vasek Pospisil
Age 31 Years
Nick Name Vashy
Birth Name Vasek Pospisil
Birth Date 1990-06-23
Gender Male
Profession Tennis Player
Place Of Birth Vernon, British Columbia
Birth Nation Canada
Nationality Canadian
Famous For Won 2014 Wimbledon doubles with Jack Sock
Ethnicity white
Horoscope Cancer
Religion Christianity
Father Milos Pospisil
Mother Mila Pospisil
Siblings 2
Brothers Tom and Petr
Career Start Turned Professional in 2007
Marital Status Unmarried
Girlfriend Holly Roe (Ex)
Residence Freeport, Grand Bahamas
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Weight 194 lbs (88 kg)
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Light Brown
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Tennis (prize money, endorsements, bonuses)
Net Worth $1 million

Won the 2014 Wimbledon Championships and the 2015 Indian Wells Masters men’s duplicates with accomplice Jack Sock.

His biggest title win is the ATP Challenger singles title in Johannesburg in 2013.

Vasek Pospisil was born on 23 June 1990. His origin is in Vernon, British Columbia in Canada. He holds Canadian ethnicity. He was born to a dad, Milos Pospisil, and a mother, Mila Pospisil. He has two more established brothers, Tom, and Petr. He has a place with white nationality and his zodiac sign is Cancer. His religion is Christianity. His folks and more established brothers are from Czechoslovakia who moved to Austria to get away from the Communist system. The family lived in Austria and adequately saved to move to Canada. The family at long last moved to Canada in 1989, where Vasek was born. The family had helpless English language capability at that point. His dad maintained two sources of income, at a flour factory and as an apparatus administrator at a brewery. His more seasoned brothers were playing tennis at that point and Vasek began going about as his brothers’ ball kid.

Vasek Pospisil played his first competition at 6 years old. He played under-12 level and won it too.

He won under-9 Little Mo Nationals in San Diego.

He played soccer, ball, table tennis, and road hockey also.

He quit soccer at 12 years old because of wounds.

He prepared at Kelowna for a very long time.

The family moved to Vancouver in 2002 to discover a tennis trainer for Vase,

Russian-born Vadim Korkh instructed Vasek.

Vasek won the Prince Cup in Florida in 2002.

He arrived at the quarterfinals of the Orange Bowl and lost to Jeffrey Hammond in the Ellensburg (WA) Open in 2003. He played under-14 competitions in Europe for Tennis Canada in 2003.

His knee injury at the time grieved him for very nearly 2 years.

He won the Canadian Nationals at the U14 level. He got a spot as the best part in the country for his age bunch.

His dad then found employment elsewhere, moved to Vancouver to turn into his child, Vasek’s full-time mentor.

Vasek and his accomplice Graeme Kassautzki won the 2005 Canadian U18 duplicates ITF pairs World Ranking occasion. It was his first junior International Tennis Federation occasion.

He won his subsequent pairs title with Milos Raonic, the 2006 Prince Cup in the United States.

In 2007, he won two duplicates titles in the Czech Republic just as the Guru Cup in Italy in May 2007.

He won the ITF Flevoland Junior Championships in the Netherlands in February, the 25th All-Canadian ITF Junior Championships in April, and the Canadian U18 ITF World Ranking Event in 2007.

With accomplice Grigor Dimitrov, he came to the 2007 U.S. Open kid’s copies last.

Vasek and Roman Jebavy won the copies occasion at the Dunlop Orange Bowl.

Vasek Pospisil turned proficient in 2007.

He won his first expert visit competition single match at the Canada F1 Futures occasion in March 2007. He crushed then-Guatemalan NO. 1 Christian Paiz.

He won his first expert profession title, in duplicates with Erik Chvojka at the Canada F3.

He won the Challenger Banque Nationale de Rimouski pairs title with accomplice Milos Raonic in 2008. They additionally won two more ITF Futures copies titles in 2008.

Vasek and Adil Shamasdin won the Mexico F4 and F5 duplicates titles in May 2009.

He arrived at his first expert singles finals at the 2009 USA F17. He won the pairs titles with Raonic.

He won the Romania F14 pairs with Copil in August 2009.

Pospisil and Marcus Willis won the Italy F28 in September 2009.

He won his first singles title, Italy F29 in 2009. He won his subsequent singles title, Italy F30.

He won the Mexico F12 singles and just as copies title with Nima Roshan in 2009.

He won the Mexico F14 singles title and the Challenger Britania Zavaleta with Adil Shamasdin in 2009.

He won his fifth ITF visit tile, Canada F3 in March 2010.

He won the copies titles at the Abierto Internacional del Bicentenario Leon with an accomplice, Santiago Gonzalez in March 2010.

He recorded his first success in the ATP Tour fundamental draw occasion at the 2010 Rogers Cup when they crushed the group of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the first round.

He won the ITF Mexico F6, Mexico F7, and Canada F5 singles titles in 2010.

Vasek and Treat Conrad Huey won the Rimouski Challenger in March 2011. Vasek and Nicholas Monroe won the USA F8 pairs title in March 2011.

Vasek and Bobby Reynolds won the 2011 Tallahassee Tennis Challenger in April.

He won the Korea F2 singles title in May 2011.

Vasek and Reynolds won the Jalisco Open pairs in June 2011.

Vasek became instrumental when they won the Canadian Davis Cup tie in September 2011.

He won ITF Men’s Circuit singles title in Saskatoon in July 2011.

He won his first ATP Challenger title in March 2012. With the success, he entered the world’s best 100 interestingly.

He won his subsequent Challenger title, (Granby, Canada) in July 2011. He arrived at world positioning at No. 85.

Because of mononucleosis, he avoided all competitions in mid 2013, including the Australian Open.

He won his third ATP Challenger singles title in Johannesburg in May 2013.

He arrived at his first ATP elimination round at the Claro Open Colombia in Bogota in July 2013.

He won his second ATP Challenger of the year at the Odlum Brown Vancouver Open in August 2013.

He recorded his first top-10 success subsequent to overcoming Tomas Berdych in the 2013 Rogers Cup. He lost to Milos Raonic in the elimination round. With the success, he entered the main 40 without precedent for his vocation.

He arrived at the elimination rounds of the 2013 Swiss Indoors.

He won the 2014 Wimbledon Championships with accomplice Jack Sock. They crushed the Bryan brothers in the last.

Vasek and Sock won their subsequent straight duplicates title at the BB&T Atlanta Open in 2014.

He arrived at his first ATP singles last at the 2015 Citi Open. He was crushed by Milos Raonic in the last.

Vasek and Sock were crushed by the Bryan brothers in the Cincinnati Masters last in 2014.

Vasek won the Swiss Indoors title with Nenad Zimonjic in October 2014.

Vasek and Sock won the 2015 Indian Wells Masters men’s duplicates. They lost to the Bryan brothers at the 2015 Miami Open last.

He arrived at the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam without precedent for his singles vocation at the Wimbledon in 2015. he was crushed in the quarterfinals by Andy Murray.

Vasek and Sock won the 2015 China Open.

He won the 6th pairs title of his vocation at the 2016 Rotterdam Open. He had cooperated with Nicolas Mahut. Vasek and Sock wrapped sprinters up in the Rome Masters in May 2016.

He arrived at the pairs last with accomplice Radek Stepanek at the 2017 Qatar ExxonMobil Open.

He arrived at the singles last at the 2017 ATP Challenger 100K in San Francisco.

He won his fifth ATP Challenger singles title, 150K in Busan in May 2017.

He won his 6th ATP Challenger singles title, the Open de Rennes in 2018. He won his seventh ATP Challenger title in Budapest in 2018.

He arrived at the last in Busan in 2018 however lost to Matthew Ebden.

Vasek went through a medical procedure to fix a herniated circle in January 2019. He got back to tennis at the 2019 Wimbledon Championships.

Vasek Pospisil and Denis Shapovalov collaborated ton without any assistance take Canada to its first-historically speaking Davis Cup last in the 119-year history of the occasion in the 2019 Davis Cup Finals. They crushed Russia, Austria, the United States, and Italy to arrive at the finals.

3 Canadians, Vasek Pospisil, Felix Auger-Aliassime, and Denis Shapovalov arrived at the fourth round of the 2020 US Open.

Vasek Pospisil is unmarried. He was in a drawn out relationship with Holly Roe. It isn’t clear when they began dating yet they allegedly separated in 2017. Very little data about his own life is accessible. He keeps a private life.

Vasek Pospisil remains at a tallness of 1.93 m for example 6 feet and 4 inches tall. He has a body weight of 194 lbs for example 88 kg. He has an athletic body fabricate. His eye tone is blue and his hair tone is light brown. His sexual direction is straight.

Vasek Pospisil procures from his expert vocation as a tennis player. Having turned proficient in 2007, he has won various ITF and ATP titles. However he has not won any singles title in significant Grand Slam occasions, he won the 2014 Wimbledon pairs with Jack Sock. As of August 2020, he has stowed prize cash of $5.8 million. His pay comes from prize cash and support bargains. He has support manages Asics, Wilson Sporting Goods, Iris Canada, and the National Bank of Canada. His total assets is assessed between $1 million.