Dominic Thiem’s girlfriend was the subject of plenty of speculation following his US Open 2020 triumph. Following the US Open win, Dominic Thiem shared a photo on his Instagram handle with a heart emoji which raised speculation that this was Dominic Thiem’s girlfriend. Later on, it was confirmed. Dominic Thiem’s girlfriend goes by the name Lili Paul-Roncalli. Ever since the Austrian became the second player from the country to win a Grand Slam title, social media has been flooded with curiosity over Dominic Thiem’s personal life.
Lili Paul-Roncalli has arrived in Dominic Thiem’s life at a time when the Austrian Tennis player is on cloud nine. But, who is Lili Paul-Roncalli? Here are some interesting snippets on Dominic Thiem’s girlfriend, Lili Paul-Roncalli.
Lili Paul-Roncalli was born on May 4, 1988, in Munich, Germany. She is 33 years old and is five years older than Dominic Thiem. Her parents are Bernhard Paul and Eliana Laribe-Paul. She also has two siblings. Incidentally, her father, Bernhard is the co-founder of Circus Roncalli, which was founded in 1976. Apart from being the co-founder, Bernhard was also the director and clown of the circus.
Lili Paul-Roncalli had her father’s genes and she began training in Circus Roncalli at the age of six. As the years progressed, she became an artist and performer. On her official Instagram handle, Lili Paul-Roncalli mentions herself as a skater and contortionist. In 2020, she won the German reality show ‘Let’s Dance’ which gained her plenty of popularity.
Lili Paul-Roncalli was born in 1988 to a family of artists in Munich. Here are some more details of Lili-Paul Roncalli, the current girlfriend of Austrian Tennis star Dominic Thiem.
|Date of Birth||May 4, 1988|
|Height||5 foot 6 inches|
|Parent’s name||Bernhard Paul (Father), Eliana Laribe-Paul (Mother)|
|Siblings||Adrian (Brother), Vivian (Sister)|
|Hobbies||Travelling and Shopping|
|Favorite Actor||Tom Holland|
Lili Paul-Roncalli has a net worth of USD 900K. Her boyfriend, Dominic Thiem’s net worth is USD 15 million with an overall career prize money of USD 28 million.
Before Lili Paul-Roncalli, Dominic Thiem was dating French-Serbian Tennis player Kristina Mladenovic. They started dating in 2017. Mladenovic was a doubles specialist and had at one point in time reached the No.1 ranking in doubles. She won the 2013 Wimbledon and 2014 Australian Open mixed doubles titles alongside Daniel Nestor. Mladenovic won the 2016 French Open women’s doubles title with Caroline Garcia. This was followed by the 2018 Australian Open, the 2019 and 2020 French Open, and the 2020 Australian Open women’s doubles titles with Tímea Babos.
However, Thiem split with Mladenovic in 2019 and was apparently seeing Lili Paul-Roncalli. Thiem made it official in 2021 when he said, “The last few weeks have been very beautiful, but it’s all totally new. At the moment, I don’t feel like saying anything else about it.”
Dominic Thiem was born on September 3, 1993, to Wolfgang and Karin Thiem in the town of Wiener Neustadt. At the age of six, he enrolled in Gunter Bresnik’s Tennis Academy and he honed his skills for 17 years. His brother, Moritz, is also a Tennis player. The Austrian turned professional in 2011 but his initial years were full of struggle. It took him four years to win his first ATP title. 2019 was perhaps the defining year that saw Thiem graduate to greatness. The year began in grand style when he defeated Roger Federer in three sets at Indian Wells. In Barcelona, he finally got the better of Nadal to showcase his fight to the big three.
Thiem won the tournament in Barcelona and once again reached the final of the French Open. In the semi-final, he had beaten Novak Djokovic, thus making him one of the few players to have beaten Federer, Nadal and Djokovic in the same year.
In 2020, Thiem established himself firmly as a superstar. He defeated Daniil Medvedev in the semifinal of the US Open. In the final, he rallied from two sets down to win against Alexander Zverev to win his maiden US Open title. The success at Flushing Meadows boosted him for the Nitto ATP Finals but he lost in the final yet again, with Medvedev getting revenge