After winning the 2016 Aegon Manchester Trophy, Brown received a wild card for the 2016 Wimbledon Championships.
Anything could happen when I played—I could lose my temper, I got disqualified." In 2004 20-year-old Brown became unhappy with tennis in the country, but seeing his potential, the family decided to move back to Germany.
In that same year Brown's parents gave him a Volkswagen campervan that could sleep up to three people.
He reached his highest ATP singles ranking of world No.
64 in October 2016 and his highest doubles ranking of world No. Brown was born on 8 December 1984 in Celle, West Germany, a town situated near the city of Hanover.
He rose to fame after beating Rafael Nadal in the 2014 Halle Open and Wimbledon 2015, and is known for his technique, speed and entertaining playing style, often entertaining the crowd with trick shots during matches.
Brown competes mainly on the ATP Challenger Tour, both in singles and doubles, winning 24 overall titles.
There, he lost against top seed Richard Gasquet in three sets.
Brown got to the second round of the French Open in 2016 for the first time.
Brown lost in straight sets to Andy Murray at Wimbledon in 2017 in the second round.
Initially a total of 172 players were expected to compete in five events: singles and doubles for both men and women and the return of the mixed doubles for the second consecutive time.
Since he did not need to stay at hotels, he was able to use the money saved to travel around Europe playing in tournaments.