Luca Van Assche was born 11 May 2004. He is a Belgian-born French tennis player.
Van Assche has a career high ATP singles ranking of World No. 79 achieved on 22 May 2023. He also has a career high ATP doubles ranking of World No. 344 achieved on 3 October 2022. Van Assche is currently the youngest player in the top 100.
In October,2023. He was ranked No. 289, Van Assche reached his first singles final on the ATP Challenger Tour in Lisbon, Portugal, entering the main draw as a qualifier and losing to Marco Cecchinato in the finals.
As a result he climbed close to 60 positions in the rankings into the top 250 at world No. 231 on 3 October 2022. The following week, he made his ATP singles debut in Antwerp after qualifying for the main draw.
In November, he entered the top 200 at world No. 198 after reaching the final of the Brest Challenger losing to Gregoire Barrere and the quarterfinals in Roanne. Later in the same month, he reached his third Challenger final of the season and in his career defeating Pablo Llamas Ruiz in the semis.
He lost in the final in straight sets to Oleksii Krutykh.
He moved to No. 176 on 28 November 2022. A week later he reached another final at the 2022 Maia Challenger defeating third seed Elias Ymer, Alexander Lazarov, Ivan Gakhov and fifth seed Aleksandar Vukic and moved another 25 positions up to No. 151 in the rankings. He won his maiden Challenger title defeating qualifier Maximilian Neuchrist. As a result he moved to No. 138 in the rankings on 5 December 2022 making him the youngest player in the top 150.
Luca Van Assche family, girlfriend, children, parents, siblings
Luca likes to keep his personal life away from the public eye and hence hasn’t said anything about being in a relationship or having children.
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