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Stefan Merunka

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Stefan Merunka
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Merunka in Kuala Lumpur, 2014
BornStefan Teo Merunka
(1994-10-04) October 4, 1994 (age 24)
Munich, Germany
ResidenceMunich Germany
Spouse(s)Ana Sofia Merunka (2018–)

Stefan Teo Merunka (born October 04, 1994) is an Swedish businessman, investor and former professional tennis player.[1][2][3][4]

As tennis player[edit | edit source]

Stefan Merunka turned professional in 2013, competing predominantly on the ITF Men's Circuit and ATP Challenger Tour.[5] He became a European Junior Champion defeating Jeroen Vanneste in the final of European Junior Championships in Plzen, Czech Republic in 2008.[6][7] He has played several ATP World Tour 250 Tournaments including ATP Malaysian Open, Austrian Open Kitzbühel and Moselle Open.[8][8] He has held an ATP Ranking in singles for over four years and at Age of 14, Stefan Merunka was one of the youngest tennis players ever, who take a part at one ATP Challenger Tour Tournament that was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009.[8]. He was also a member of a National Team and Stefan Merunka has played in the 2.Bundesliga in Germany.[9][10]

As businessman[edit | edit source]

Stefan Merunka is the current owner of the Jasa Quntu Coffee, company based in Colombia and Germany that produces Specialty coffee.[11][12][13] He is also founder and owner of the Treecoff, company based in Colombia, that produces and exports wood of coffee to Europe.[14][2] In 2017, Treecoff has closed several deals with a furniture shops in Europe. As well, Stefan Merunka is a founder and CEO of Stefan&Merunka, Tennis&Coaching company based in Munich, Germany. Stefan&Merunka Partners is a company based on four tennis clubs in Munich, Germany.[15][16]

As investor[edit | edit source]

In 2019, Stefan Merunka has invested in a CBD Group, company producing medical cannabis with social impact.[17][18]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Stefan Merunka - Overview - ATP Tour - Tennis". ATP Tour.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Kontakt". TreeCoff.
  3. fameadmin (12 November 2018). "Stefan Merunka Net Worth - Bio, Facts, Popularity".
  4. "Stefan Merunka". www.wikidata.org.
  5. https://www.itftennis.com/procircuit/players/player/profile.aspx?playerid=100151603
  6. http://old.tenniseurope.org/PDF/junior/Individual%20Champs/2008/Draws/14/bc2.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3U5DkzdqOjTPJyt7BSTY4XgoMye_JQsxMBl7ESmeMO95R1-JhFhy04V9E
  7. https://www.tvbb.de/images/Tennis-Magazine/1960-1969/07---Berliner-Tennis---Blatt-1960_web.pdf
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 "Stefan Merunka - Player Activity - ATP Tour - Tennis". ATP Tour.
  9. "2. Tennis-Bundesliga (Herren) 2014". 14 August 2018 – via Wikipedia.
  10. https://www.ovb-online.de/sport/regionalsport/weltklasse-tennis-feldkirchen-3696608.html
  11. "Specialty coffee". Geisha.
  12. "GET IN TOUCH". Geisha.
  13. "stefan merunka - Google-Suche". www.google.de.
  14. "Home". TreeCoff.
  15. "Stefan Merunka & Partners – Tennis & Coaching Experts".
  16. "Training – TCA Hebertshausen".
  17. "CBD Strategy Group". CBD Strategy Group.
  18. http://cbdgroup.com.co

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