John Peers Wikipedia, Biography
John William Peers was born on 25 July 1988 in Melbourne, Australia.
He is an Australian professional tennis player. He is a doubles specialist.
Peers’ first Grand Slam title came at the 2017 Australian Open where he partnered with Henri Kontinen. In the mixed doubles, he is a three-time Grand Slam semifinalist.
Peers who is a member of the Australian Davis Cup team has won 26 titles in the doubles on the ATP Tour. He won a bronze medal in the mixed doubles at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics alongside Ashleigh Barty.
Peers played collegiate tennis for the Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders before transferring from the school to play for Baylor University Bears.
John turned professional in 2013 and is currently being coached by Chris Eaton.
John Peers Age
Peers is 33 years old.
John Peers Ranking
Peers is currently ranked No.17 in the world.
John Peers Net Worth
Peers is estimated to be worth $6 million.
John Peers Salary
Peers earns an average of $142,000 per Tour.
John Peers House
John Peers Height
Peers is 6 feet 2 inches tall.
John Peers Weight
Peers weighs 84 kilograms.
John Peers Kids
Peers and his wife have two daughters; Ellie Rose and Harper Grace.
John Peers Wife
Peers is married to Danielle Montgomery. The pair got married in 2016.