Jack Draper is a professional tennis player who debuted at World Number 94 in June 2022. Draper had only joined the 2018 Wimbledon Championships juniors event once and he already achieved a runner-up position.

Jack Alexander Draper was born and raised in Sutton, UK, where he learned to play tennis. At the same time, his father Roger Draper was the former chief executive of Sport England.

Height / weight 1.93 m /
Born Dec 22, 2001
Nationality England England

Professional Debut

In 2021, Draper made his first appearance during an ATP Tour in Miami, where he was a wildcard player. However, he had to withdraw from the match because he collapsed on the court.

He had to pull himself up at the Queen’s Club Championships, so he locked his success by defeating top-seeded players like Jannic Sinner and Alexander Bublik before losing to Cameron Norrie. Draper became the youngest tennis player to have ever reached the quarterfinal round, and this earned him to get through the ATP Top 250.

Due to his performance, he became a wildcard player at the Wimbledon Champion, where he drew with Novak Djokovic in the first round. However, he lost in the second round and wasn’t able to proceed further.

Career Facts and Highlights

Singles:

  • Current Ranking (July 26, 2021):257th
  • Highest Ranking: 250th
  • Career Titles: none
  • Career Record: 2-3

Doubles

  • Current Ranking (July 12, 2021):754th
  • Highest Ranking: 739th
  • Career Titles: none
  • Career Record: 0-1

Grand Slam Results:

  • 2R at the Wimbledon Open

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