© Manuel Queimadelos/Mallorca Championships Dominic Thiem suffered his wrist injury on Tuesday during a match in Mallorca. This article contains: The Austrian will wear a splint for five weeks
© Manuel Queimadelos/Mallorca Championships Dominic Thiem, No. 5 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, played his first grass-court event of the season at the Mallorca Championships. This article contains: Austrian retired in his opening
New York City is the theatre capital of the world, so it’s a fitting location for some of the most dramatic moments in Dominic Thiem's career during the US Open.
From devastating losses to milestone moments, ATPTour.com looks at the Austrian’s memorable highlights in New York ahead of his championship match
Nicolas Massu, former No. 9 in the FedEx ATP Rankings and the current coach of Dominic Thiem, is optimistic that they can pick up where they left off at the start of this season.
The Chilean is credited with helping Thiem achieve his hard-court breakthrough last year. One month after they
Few players are able to match the physicality Rafael Nadal brings to the court, forget about exceeding it. But, when Dominic Thiem is at his best, the Austrian has been able to do just that, creating a captivating ATP Head2Head rivalry.
“A player like Dominic has a lot of potential,” Nadal
© Instagram/Dominic Thiem Dominic Thiem is back on court and continuing to work on his game. This article contains: Djokovic, Wawrinka also back on court
As normalcy begins returning to daily
Dominic Thiem arrived in France for the 2018 Open Parc Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Lyon having lost back-to-back matches on clay for the first time since 2016. Little did he know the ATP 250 tournament would serve as a launching pad to his biggest breakthrough on the surface.
After cruising through his opening match against Roberto
Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev are well into their ATP Head2Head rivalry, one that promises to thrill fans for years to come.
The players have different games — Thiem wields heavier groundstrokes and a two-handed backhand, whereas Zverev is backed by one of the best two-handed backhands in the sport. Those
Tennis United is set to debut an exciting fifth episode on Friday, featuring a fun game with some of your favourite players. It will also explore important charity work being done by one of the world’s best doubles teams.
Dominic Thiem, Diego Schwartzman and Dennis Novak join one of the
Dominic Thiem is the No. 3 player in the FedEx ATP Rankings, with 16 ATP Tour titles and three Grand Slam final appearances to his name.
ATPTour.com looks at five things you should know about the 26-year-old.
1) He Is Closing The Gap On The Big ThreeSince the start of the 2019