Robert Charbel Farah Maksoud was born on 20 January 1987 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
He is a Colombian professional tennis player who was once the world number 1 in doubles.
Farah’s highest-ever ranking in singles became in June 2011 when he reached world number 163. He has however been more successful in the doubles.
Farah alongside his countryman Juan Sebastian Cabal is a two-time Grand Slam Champion; winning the 2019 men’s doubles competition at both the Wimbledon Championships and the US Open.
He attended the University of Southern California where he played college-level tennis and won two NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championships.
In 2010, Robert became a professional tennis player.
He is a resident of Pereira, Colombia.
Robert Farah Parents: Eva Maksoud, Patrick Farah
Eva Maksoud and Patrick Farah are the mother and father respectively of Robert Farah.
They are of Lebanese descent. His mother is a teacher at the French Liceo Paul Valery de Cali.
Patrick Farah was also a tennis player but was not recognized on a professional level.