Jean-Julien Rojer was born on 25 August 1981 in Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles.
He is a Dutch professional tennis player from Curaçao, who specializes in doubles.
Rojer partnered with Anna-Lena Grönefeld to win the mixed doubles at the 2014 French Open. He also won the 2015 Wimbledon Championships and 2017 US Open with Horia Tecău, and the 2022 French Open with Marcelo Arévalo making him a four-time Grand Slam Champion.
Winning the 2022 French Open made Rojer the oldest major men’s doubles champion in the Open Era.
Rojer has 32 doubles ATP Tour titles, including the 2015 ATP World Tour Finals under his belt.
Rojer is a three-time Olympian and a member of the Dutch Davis Cup team.
Jean-Julien turned professional in 2003 and has played four seasons with World Team Tennis, making his debut in 2011 with the St. Louis Aces.
Jean-Julien Rojer Parents: Randall Rojer, Nazira Rojer
Randall Rojer and Nazira Rojer are the father and mother respectively of Jean-Julien Rojer.
There is however no further information on Rojer’s parents at the moment.