Arthur Rinderknech is a tennis player from France. On January 17, 2022, he achieved his career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 48. On November 8, 2021, he achieved a career-high ATP doubles ranking of world No. 124. After reaching the first ATP Tour final at 2022 Adelaide-2, the Frenchman broke into the top 50 with a career-high ranking of 48. In 2021, he advanced to the Kitzbuhel semi-finals, reached six other ATP Tour quarter-finals, and won his first 18 tour-level victories. As a qualifier, Rinderknech also won Challenger titles in 2020 Rennes, 2020 Calgary, and 2021 Istanbul.
Rinderknech made his Grand Slam main draw debut in doubles with Florian Lakat at the 2018 French Open as a wildcard. He also played as a wildcard in the first rounds of the 2020 French Open, making his singles main draw debut and partnering with Manuel Guinard in the doubles main draw, reaching the second round in both.
The Tecnifibre TF40 315 is Arthur Rinderknech’s current racquet. He uses Tecnifibre Ice Code to string it. The Frenchman has been using this racquet setup for the past couple of years.
|Head Size||98 square inches|