Dominic Inglot is a professional tennis player from Great Britain. He turned pro in 2004 and had much success in doubles events. In 2014, he peaked at No.18 in the World Doubles rankings after a few high-ranking Grand Slam finishes.

As of December 2021, he is ranked No.60 for doubles.

Height / weight 1.98 m / 94 kg
Born Mar 6, 1986
Nationality United Kingdom United Kingdom

Player Bio and Personal Life

Dominic was born on March 6, 1986, in London, England. He is British and still currently resides in his hometown. He stands 196 cm tall and his last listed weight was 94 kilograms. He plays with his right hand and has a double-handed backhand. Inglot turned pro in 2004 and as of 2021, he has reported prize money earnings of US$1.8 million.

His father was a former professional player from Poland. Inglot was introduced to tennis in school. He played tennis for the St Benedict’s School in West London. He has represented England and Great Britain in international tennis matches including the Davis Cup.

College Career

For college, Inglot went to the United States to attend the University of Virginia. From 2006 to 2007, he was ranked the No.2 doubles player at the NCAA All-Tournament team event. He would go on to participate in a number of other tournaments and events in college, including the ITA Singles All-American and the NCAA Singles Championship.

In the 2008-2009 season, Inglot together with doubles partner Michael Shabaz represented the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) at the NCAA Men’s Double’s Championship. Also in 2009, he partnered with Max Jones and won the silver medal at the World University Games that were held in Belgrade.

Professional Career

In 2012, Dominic reached his first ATP Tour final while partnered with Treat Huey. While still partnered with Huey, he made it to the third round of the French Open. He also made it to the Third Round of Roland Garros the next year. In the same year, he made it to the third round of the mixed doubles event at Wimbledon.

In 2014, he played mixed doubles and he made it to the second round of the Australian Open. In the same tournament, he made it to the Quarter Finals of the Men’s Doubles. This led his world double’s ranking to skyrocket and in May of the year, he was ranked No.18, his highest ranking to date.

In 2015, he again made it to the Quarter Finals of the Australian Open and the Semi-Finals of the US Open, both for the men’s doubles event. The following year, he represented his country at the Summer Olympics and he made it as far as the first round. Also in 2016, he made it to the 2nd Round of the US Open.

His next appearance at a Grand Slam event was at the Quarterfinals of the mixed doubles event at Roland Garros. Next would be at the men’s doubles event in 2018 at Wimbledon and the Australian Open.

Career Statistics

Singles

  • Career Record: 0-2
  • Career Titles: 0
  • Highest Ranking: 561 (August 232010)

Doubles

  • Career Record: 233-191 (December2021)
  • Career Titles: 14
  • Highest Ranking: 18 (May 12 20140)
  • Current Doubles Ranking: 60(December 27 2021)

Grand Slam Doubles Results

  • Australian Open - QF – 2014, 2015,2018
  • French Open - 3R - 2012, 2013
  • Wimbledon - SF - 2018
  • US Open - SF – 2015

Mixed Doubles Results

  • Career Record: 10-15
  • Career Titles: 0

Grand Slam Mixed Doubles

  • Australian Open - 2R - 2014
  • French Open - QF - 2017
  • Wimbledon - 3R - 2012
  • US Open - 2R – 2016

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