Filip Peliwo

Tennis Player

Filip Peliwo was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on January 30th, 1994 and is the Tennis Player. At the age of 30, Filip Peliwo biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 30, 1994
Canada, Poland
Place of Birth
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
30 years old
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Tennis Player
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Filip Peliwo Life

Filip Peliwo (born January 30, 1994) is a Canadian professional tennis player.

Peliwo became the first Canadian male and second Canadian ever to win a Grand Slam in singles at any level with his 2012 Wimbledon boys' title win.

This was Canada's second Grand Slam title in two days, one day after Eugenie Bouchard's.

With the victory, Peliwo reached the No.1 combined junior world ranking in July 2012, the first time a Canadian has been top ranked.

He won his second straight junior Grand Slam title at the 2012 US Open.

Peliwo was also runner-up in the boys singles events at the 2012 Australian Open and French Open.

He reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No.161 on May 21, 2018.

Early life

Peliwo was born in Vancouver to Polish parents Mark and Monika. He played his early tennis through his teens at the North Shore Winter Club in North Vancouver BC and was part of the National Training Centre in Montreal from 2009 to 2012. He is the only one of three siblings not born in Poland.


Filip Peliwo Career

Tennis career

Peliwo reached the Orange Bowl semifinals in December 2011. After defeating junior world No. 2, he won the Grade 1 tournament in Traralgon, Australia, at the start of 2012. 1 Luke Saville. He then progressed to the final of the junior Australian Open, where he lost to Saville. At the French Open for his second straight Grand Slam final, he lost his second straight Grand Slam final, this time to Kimmer Coppejans. Peliwo defeated defending champion Luke Saville in his third Grand Slam final in a row in 2012 at Wimbledon. Eugenie Bouchard, who won the Wimbledon girls' championship the day before, became the second Canadian to win a junior Grand Slam singles title. Peliwo advanced to his fourth straight junior Grand Slam final at the US Open, where he defeated Liam Broady to win his second Grand Slam title.

He set a singles win-loss record of 92-44 as a junior.

Junior Grand Slam results - Singles:

F (2012) Wimbledon Open: F (2012) Wimbledon: F (2012) Wimbledon: F (2012) Wimbledon: The American Open: Wimbledon: W (2012) The Australian Open : F (2012)

Junior Grand Slam results - Doubles:

QF (2012) The Australian Open: 1R (2011) The French Open: 1R (2011-2012) Wimbledon: 1R (2012-2011) QF 2012 – QF (2012) 1R (2012) The Australian Open (QF) 2012 In this context: QF (2012)'s Open: 1R (2011, 2012) accreditation of the Australian Open (2011-2012) 2R (2012)

Peliwo reached his first professional semifinal at the ATP Challenger in Rimouski in March, where he lost to compatriot Vasek Pospisil. Peliwo reached the semifinals of the ITF Futures in Winnipeg in late August, as well as the doubles final. Following his success at the junior US Open in September, he turned full-time professional. Peliwo reached his first professional singles final at the ITF Futures in Mérida in November, but lost to fellow 18-year-old Lucas Pouille.

Peliwo reached his second doubles final in May in May, but lost again, this time to Joshua Milton and Andrew Whittington. He made it to his second singles final at the Marathon Futures a week later, but Michal Konen defeated him in three sets. Peliwo was given a wildcard for Wimbledon's qualifying draw. He defeated the world No. 1 in 2009. In the first round, 178 Bradley Klahn was in the first round, but Denis Kudla eliminated him in the sixth round. In July, Peliwo advanced to the quarterfinals of the Challenger de Granby. He made it to his second ATP Challenger semifinal of his career in Lexington this week, where he was defeated by James Ward.

Peliwo's first appearance at an ATP Tour tournament was granted a wildcard into the main draw at the Masters 1000 Rogers Cup in August. With a three-set victory over world No. 1, he brought an unexpected surprise. In the third round, 39 Jarkko Nieminen scored at 1–3 after Nieminen was disqualified at 1–3 in the third round. World No. 2 had him defeated in the second round of the World No. 76. Denis Istomin in three sets won. For his second year in a row, he made it to the doubles final at the Futures in Winnipeg but then fell once more. Peliwo won his first pro title at the Futures in Markham in late September, when compatriot Philip Bester gave him a walkover in the final.

Peliwo won his fourth professional doubles final of his career at the Futures in Gatineau in March. Edward Corrie and Daniel Smethurst defeated him and compatriot Kamil Pajkowski. Peliwo made it to three rounds of qualifying for the first time, earning a spot in a ATP tournament main draw without the use of a wildcard. He beat the world No. 1 in the world no. Filippo Volandri, 80, was in his first match, but world No. 1 stopped him in three sets. Federico Delbonis, 43, will progress to the next round. He advanced to the semifinals of the Samarkand Challenger in May. Peliwo reached his first singles final of the season in Richmond, where he was defeated by Dennis Novikov in three sets at the End of June. Peliwo made it to his second straight singles final at the Futures in Kelowna a week later, but Benjamin Mitchell defeated him this week. He was given a wildcard in the Citi Open's main draw in July but he lost to Luká Lacko in the first round. Peliwo reached the doubles final of the Futures in Markham in September, where he was defeated by Matt Seeberger and Rudolf Siwy.

Peliwo won in straight sets over Antal van der Duim in February 2015, his second pro singles title at the Futures in Feucherolles. He won his first professional doubles title two weeks after defeating Hiroyasu Ehara and Takashi Saito alongside partner Pietro Licciardi in the final. Peliwo received a wildcard for the Rogers Cup singles main draw, beating him by world No. 67 in August 2015. In three sets, Sergiy Stakhovsky defeated him in the first round. He won the doubles championship at the ITF Futures in Rodez in October 2015 with Fabien Reboul.

Peliwo claimed in straight sets over Rhyne Williams in his fourth singles title at the ITF Futures in Toronto in September 2016. He took the doubles title at the Futures in Niagara-on-the-Lake next week with compatriot Brayden Schnur.

Peliwo won both singles and doubles titles at the ITF Futures in Sharm El Sheikh in April. In Sharm El Sheikh, he won his sixth ITF title after beating Issam Haitham Taweel twice. Peliwo claimed his third ITF singles title in four weeks over four weeks over Mohammed Echargui in straight sets at the Egypt F15 in Sharm El Sheikh at the end of April. He also reached the doubles final. Peliwo claimed his fourth ITF singles title in his last six tournaments in May after defeating Edan Leshem in the final in Herzliya. With a straight sets victory over Dekel Bar in Netanya, he captured his fifth ITF singles title of the season. He made it to the doubles final as well. He reached his sixth ITF Futures final of the season in Kelowna in July, but was defeated by Alexander Sarkissian. Ronnie Schneider was crowned doubles champion in the doubles category. Peliwo's win over Marcos Giron in Saskatoon last week brought him his sixth ITF singles title of the year, while Schneider and Torrey both advanced to the doubles final in Saskatoon. In September, he reached his eighth singles final of the season, where Ulises Blanch defeated him. He captured his first ATP Challenger title in November by defeating Denis Kudla at the 75K in Knoxville.

Peliwo reached his first ATP Challenger doubles final in Drummondville in March, losing to Joris De Loore and Frederik Nielsen with partner Luis David Martnez.


Filip Peliwo Awards


  • 2012 – ITF Junior World Champion
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