Who Are Clervie Ngounoue’s Parents? Inside The Tennis Player’s Family Life

Clervie Ngounoue is an American young tennis player who has a career-high doubles ITF junior ranking of No. 1, achieved on 5 June 2023. She now ranks no. 12 in the ITF junior ranking.

Likewise, she achieved a career-high doubles ranking by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) of 366 on 9 January 2023. She now ranks no. 321 in the WTA doubles ranking. She has won two titles at the doubles events in the ITF Circuit.

Ngounoue recently won the final of the Girls’ doubles at the 2023 French Open, partnering with fellow American Tyra Caterina Grant, against the number-one seeds Alina Korneeva and Sara Saito. She also won the 2022 Australian Open girls’ doubles event, partnering with Russian Diana Shnaider.

Furthermore, she and Reese Brantmeier received a wildcard into the women’s doubles tournament in the 2022 US Open. However, they lost to Nicole Melichar-Martinez and Ellen Perez in three sets in the second round.

Clervie also won the ITF W15 Monastir Doubles partnering with Hanne Vandewinkel in 2022. She was just 14 years old when she competed in the Wimbledon Juniors Tournament and the Roland Garros Juniors Tournament in 2021.

In 2018, she won the girls’ Junior Orange Bowl International Tennis Championship and became a runner-up at Orange Bowl U16 in 2019. She became a runner-up in the 2019 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals held in the Czech Republic.

Learn about the young and promising tennis player Clervie Ngounoue’s wiki, age, height, parents, family background, ethnicity, earnings, net worth, and other details here.

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Clervie Ngounoue Wiki, Age & Height

Born on 19 July 2006, Ngounoue has reached the age of 16 now. She goes by the full name Clervie Magloire Ngounoue.

Hailing from Washington D. C., USA, she began to play tennis at the age of three. Currently, she trains at the United States Tennis Association and at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy. She stands at a height of about 5 feet 9 inches. 

Clervie regards the Williams sisters as her tennis idols and her source of inspiration and motivation. She has stated that she wanted to put their photos on her wall all the time and it’s those people she wants to follow in their footsteps.

Clervie Ngounoue Parents: Meet Her Father &  Mother

Clervie was raised by her parents Aime Ngounoue and Cicily Ngounoue in Washington D. C., USA. Her father Aime is a tennis coach and she trains under him. He also served as a coach at the Sports Fit Bowie club in Bowie, Maryland.

The athlete has got supportive parents who played an aspiring role in her career. She stated on her website that her parents have always prioritized her education and they always made sure to provide a smart balance between family time, school, and tennis. 


Clervie Ngounoue in a family picture with her father, mother, and brother. (Source: Carel’s Instagram)

The middle of three children in the family, she has an elder sister named Malkia Ngounoue and a younger brother named Carel Aubriel Ngounoue. Malkia, age 22, played collegiate tennis at the University of Kansas.

Similarly, her brother Carel, age 14, is also a rising tennis sensation. He has a career-high ITF Junior ranking of no. 245, achieved on 17 March 2023.

What Is Clervie Ngounoue’s Ethnicity?

Ngounoue is African-American by ethnicity. She is of Cameroonian descent from her parent’s side.

The tennis player has been involved in the welfare activities of her community. She and her brother have been actively redistributing sports gear – racquets, clothes, and shoes – to underserved communities in Cameroon and the USA.

Clervie Ngounoue Earnings & Net Worth

Ngounoue has contributed to her net worth from the earnings from her tennis career at such a young age. Undoubtedly, her earnings and net worth will rise in the years to come.

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As of now, her career earnings have reached $50,062. Moreover, she has earned prize money of $3,565 in the year 2023.