Thiago Seyboth Wild
Marechal Candido Rondon, Brazil
(UPDATED 6 JULY 2021)
> Former Top-10 junior achieved career-high No. 106 in 2020 after reaching 2nd Challenger final of career at Aix-en-Provence.
> Captured 2020 Santiago title as 19-year-old WC, becoming 1st ATP Tour champion born in 2000s and youngest Brazilian champion in Open Era.
> One week before Santiago, saved 3 MPs to beat Davidovich Fokina in 2020 Rio de Janeiro 1R as WC – longest ATP Tour match at 3:50 since 2009 Madrid SF (Nadal d. Djokovic in 4:03).
> Also earned 1st ATP Tour win of career on home clay, defeating E. Ymer in 2019 Sao Paulo 1R as WC.
> Ended junior career by beating fellow #NextGenATP player Musetti for 2018 US Open boys’ singles title.