Jule Niemeier Coach Christopher Kas
Christopher Kas, a former German player, is Jule Niemeier's coach.
His current doubles world No. 17 ranking is a career-best (Feb. 2012). He achieved five doubles victories. Together with Niemeier, they advanced to the Wimbledon quarterfinals this year. A former tennis player from Germany is named Christopher Kas. Kas has an ATP singles world No. 224 rating, which he attained in late November in 2002, which is a career highlight.
Kas competed in 20 double matches on the ATP Tour, recording five wins and 15 losses with various partners. He placed fourth in the mixed doubles competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics with Sabine Lisicki. Sabine added him to her staff of coaches in January 2015. Kas are coaching German tennis player Jule Niemeier in 2022. At Wimbledon in 2022, they both advanced to the quarterfinals.
At age five, he and his father began playing tennis together. They spoke both German and English and played right-handed with a two-handed backhand. Elisabeth's mother works for a bank, and their father, Karlheinz, is a sports reporter.
Maria, his wife; Kimi Sophia, his daughter; Rafael Justus, his son are there in his family. The grass is his preferred surface; his preferred shot is offered. Halle and Munich are two of his most well-known events. To win every German tennis tournament is his ultimate tennis goal.
His first tour match with Petzschner in Marseille in 2006, .doubles match against Federer or Nadal, and winning the ATP World Championship with Kohlschreiber in Stuttgart are some of his fondest memories. Boris Becker, a three-time Wimbledon champion, and NFL standout Wayne Gretsky were his idols growing up. Skiing, football, and ice hockey are among their pastimes. He would be a sports reporter if he played tennis.