Who Is Brian Bencic: Belinda Bencic's Brother Age
22-years-old Brian Bencic is the brother of Belinda Bencic, a tennis player. Born in a tennis family, he and his sister grew up as tennis players.
His sister, Belinda, has six WTA Tour singles victories, including a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and two doubles titles.
Belinda began playing tennis at the age of two; she was born in Switzerland to Slovak parents at a period when another Slovak-Swiss player, Martina Hingis, was one of the finest tennis players in the world.
From age seven, her father arranged for her to practice daily with Hingis's mother and instructor, Melanie Molitor.
By 16, Bencic had risen to become the world's top junior player, winning two youth Grand Slam singles titles at the French Open along with Wimbledon. She previously made her professional tour debut in the top 100 shortly after turning 17.
Belinda's first significant break occurred in 2014 when she became the youngest quarterfinalist since Martina Hingis in 1997.
Bencic had won her first two WTA Tour wins in 2015, including the Canadian Open, in which she successfully defeated four of the world's top six players. She made her top-ten debut the following year, at 18.
Bencic suffered from several injuries from 2016 to 2018, most notably having wrist surgery in 2017, which kept her out for five months and her rankings slid down below the top 300 in the WTA rankings.
Nonetheless, Belinda immediately recovered and returned to the top 50 within a year of her comeback. In 2019, she had her best season, winning her second Premier-5 title at the Dubai Championships and reaching her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open.
She also qualified for her first WTA Finals and reached the semifinals, finishing the year inside the top 10 for the first time. It helped her win the WTA Comeback Player of the Year award.
Unfortunately, there is no detailed data available on her brother.