Nicolas Jarry Fillol is a professional tennis player from Chile. He was born on October 11, 1995 in Santiago, Chile, and stands at 6 feet and 6 inches. Jarry is the grandson of Jaime Fillol, who was a former ATP player who is known for having won 7 ATP titles and a finalist at the Davis Cup in 1976. The right-handed player turned pro in 2014, and is currently coached by Martin Rodriguez.
After turning pro, Jarry was able to play in his first match at an ATP tournament after he qualified at the 2015 Ecuador Open Quito. His performance helped him reach the Top 200, although his year was also plagued with constant injuries.
In 2017, Jarry was able to start his year by reaching the final round at the Morelos Open challenger, and another one in Santiago. Despite the losses, he was still able to enter the qualifying competition for the French Open. There, he was able to win all the matches and participated in the main tournament. By the end of the year, his victories and performance pushed Jarry higher in the ranks and soon made his debut at the Top 100.
So far, Jarry has a record of 17 victories and 15 losses. He has no career titles to his name yet, but has played in all four Grand Slam tournaments. He is currently ranked at No. 61 as of March 2018, which is also the highest rank he has attained so far. In doubles, however, he has 1 career title, and a record of 8-7.