Holger Rune is a Danish tennis player who was born on April 29, 2003, in Denmark.
He is considered one of the most promising young players in the world and is known for his aggressive playing style and powerful groundstrokes.
Rune started playing tennis at a very young age and quickly made a name for himself in the Danish tennis scene. He was coached by his father, who was also a professional tennis player.
In 2019, Rune won the Junior French Open, becoming the first Danish player to win a Grand Slam title at any level. He also reached the final of the Junior US Open in the same year.
Rune turned professional in 2020 and quickly made an impact on the ATP Challenger Tour, winning his first Challenger title in Aarhus, Denmark, in August of that year.
He finished the year ranked inside the top 300 in the world.
In 2021, Rune continued to impress on the Challenger Tour, winning two more titles and reaching the final of two others.
He also made his debut at the ATP Tour level, where he reached the quarterfinals of the Swiss Open in Gstaad.
Rune’s playing style is characterized by his powerful forehand and backhand, as well as his aggressive approach to the game.
He is also known for his athleticism and quickness around the court.
Holger Rune parents: Meet Aneke Rune, Anders Nødskov
Holger Rune was born in Gentofte, Denmark, to Aneke Rune and Anders Nødskov. He has a sister named Alma.
He began playing tennis at the age of 6 because his sister played and he started to take the sport seriously.
Throughout his childhood, he was coached by Lars Christensen who still remains his head coach and, along with his mother, is credited as his biggest inspiration.