Christopher Eubanks is a professional tennis player, who used to play for Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets when he was in college. Eubanks was born and raised in Atlanta, USA, where he took interest in playing tennis. Because of his interest, his father would coach him when he was little. He was also friends with Donald Young, a former World Number 38, and they had begun training tennis together when they were in high school.

High School and College Career

Eubanks enrolled at Westlake High School, where he became a student-athlete. With his wide range of knowledge in tennis, he gave victory to his school by winning the region championship. He also joined the USTA Nationals at Kalamazoo and snitched the Georgia State Closed Junior Challenger.

Height / weight 2.01 m /
Born 5 May 1996
Nationality United States United States

When he entered college at Georgia Tech, he entered the BB&T Atlanta Open and he was granted a wildcard entry to both singles and doubles events. In the doubles events, he partnered with Donald Young, and they reached the quarterfinals before falling before Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan.

During his college career, he was hailed two-time All-American and ACC Player of the Year.

Professional Career

Eubanks debuted during the BB&T Atlanta Open, however, he was defeated by Radek Stepanek. By the following year, he joined the same competition, yet ended up losing to Reily Opelka. His career breakthrough was in the 2017 BB&T Atlanta, where he advanced to the quarterfinals.

Grand Slam Results:

  • 1R at the 2019-20 Australian Open
  • Q2 at the 2020 French Open
  • Q2 at 2019, and 2022 Wimbledon Open
  • 1R at 2017, 2019, and 2021 US Open

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