|Full Name||Holger Vitus Nødskov Rune|
|Date of Birth||April 29, 2003|
|Birth Place||Gentofte, Denmark|
|Role||Right-handed aggressive baseliner (two-handed backhand)|
Holger Rune is a Danish professional tennis player. He was ranked as high as No. 10 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), which he first achieved on 7 November 2022 making him the highest-ranked Danish singles male tennis player in the ATP Rankings and the second highest in history . Rune has won three ATP Tour singles titles, including a Masters 1000 title at the 2022 Paris Masters, and produced his best Grand Slam performance at the 2022 French Open by reaching the quarterfinals in his main draw debut at the tournament. Rune reached his first ATP Tour final at the 2022 Bavarian International Tennis Championships, where he won his first title and subsequently entered into the top 50. By winning the Paris Masters later that year, Rune made his top 10 debut and became the first player on record (since ATP Rankings began in 1973) to beat five top-10 opponents in the same event.
Australian Open: 1R (2022,2023)
French Open: QF (2022)
Wimbledon: 1R (2022)
US Open: 3R (2022)
Holger Rune has a high-energy game built around a dependable At 1.88m (6’1”) Rune has to lean heavily on wide serves, loaded with plenty of kick. In fact, Rune serves more to the wings than his body and T-serves combined – something that may ultimately need to be addressed, to avoid his game becoming too predictable. And while he serves a solid number of aces, the majority of Rune’s points come from an admirable selection of groundstrokes, many of which are set-up by precision serves that aggressively fizz and pop off the ground.
Overall, there is no denying the fact that Rune is every inch the modern player with a high-octane style predicated on speed and power.
Rune was born on 29 April 2003 in Gentofte, Denmark, to Aneke Rune and Anders Nødskov. He has a sister named Alma. He began playing tennis at the age of 6 because his sister played and started to take the sport seriously. Throughout his childhood, he was coached by Lars Christensen who still remains his head coach and, along with his mother, is credited as his biggest inspiration. His idols growing up were fellow tennis players Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.