Dominic. Domi. Dominic Thiem is known as one of the hardest working players on tour. A ball of ambition and determination, the Austrian lives and breathe dominance. With an elegant one-handed backhand, a wide array of shots and tools, and spin that takes his opponents off guard, he is set to make damages on court. At 26 years old, he is one step away from becoming a Grand Slam champion, with already 3 Grand Slam finals under his belt. The highest-ranked player to compete in the UTS at World No. 3, Dominic’s eyes are set on the crown.Watch live
Thiem’s forehand is strong and heavy. It is hard to manage and has proved to be very efficient for the Austrian.
Thiem’s kick serve is extremely uncomfortable to return, giving him an edge right from the beginning of the point.
Thiem is a fighter in every sense of the word. In fact, some say he may owe his outstanding intensity to serving the Austrian military in 2014.
Nicknamed “Vampiro”, Nicolas Massu from Chile is a former professional tennis player. In 2004, he reached his career-high ranking of World No. 9. That same year, he won both the doubles and singles gold medal at the Athens Olympic Games, making history for Chile. In 2003, he reached the final of the Masters 1000 in Madrid, beating World No. 2 Andy Roddick on his way to the final. He won a total of 6 pro-level titles, including an ATP 500 in Kitzbühel.
Nicolas Massu and Dominic Thiem started working together in February of 2019. Shortly after the pair started their relationship, Thiem won his first Masters 1000 title at Indian Wells. Massu’s objective is simple: help Thiem become the best player in the world.