Amy Broomfield, Frances Tiafoe's girlfriend, recently shared photos from the luxurious GQ Men of the Year party, attended by the couple.
World No. 16 didn't have the best end to the season, with three early-round exits in his last four tournaments after the 2023 US Open, where he reached the quarterfinals. Frances Tiafoe concluded his season after the Paris Masters to begin his off-season and has been seen at various social events in North America.
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His girlfriend, Amy Broomfield, an actress who appeared in the biographical film "King Richard" as a double for the 7-times Grand Slam champion Venus Williams, was seen in the images wearing a long black dress with sheer details. Tiafoe was dressed in a mandarin-colored suit with a black shirt and a necklace. The couple posed on the red carpet.
"Red carpet love ❤️ @bigfoe1998 @ayan.broomfield #GQMOTY," GQ wrote on Instagram.
"GQ Man of the Year @gq #GQMOTY," Amy Broomfield shared on her social media.
Despite Tiafoe's less-than-ideal end to the season, the American can boast a solid record in 2023 with a 40-21 win-loss record, marking the highest number of victories in a single year throughout his career. Additionally, he reached the quarterfinals of the US Open and the semifinals of the BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells.
Undoubtedly, his standout performances of the year include winning two ATP 250 titles: the Houston Open with a victory over the Argentine Tomas Martin Etcheverry (7-6, 7-6) in April and later the Stuttgart Open against Jan-Lennard Struff (4-6, 7-6, 7-6).
Tiafoe reached a career-high world No. 10 ranking after his title in Germany and finishes the season as world No. 16, making him the third-highest-ranked American behind Taylor Fritz (10th) and Tommy Paul (13th). Tiafoe emerged as one of the standout American figures of the season, which concludes with five American players in the top 25, including Ben Shelton (17th) and Sebastian Korda (24th)