© Getty Images
- Age: 41 (02.07.1971)
- Birthplace: New York, New York, USA
- Residence: Palo Alto, CA, USA/Stockholm
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1991
- Coach: Jeff Arons
As of 27.05.2013
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Full name is Jared Eiseley Palmer...Played at Stanford University from 1989-91 and captured NCAA singles title as a sophomore, defeating Patricio Arnold of Georgia... Finished No. 13 in collegiate rankings and earned All-American honors...Reached final of 1989 Roland Garros juniors (l. to Santoro)...Has a 3-4 career Davis Cup record (2-4 in doubles)...Member of 2000-2001 Player Council.
2002 -- The American won three doubles ATP titles in five finals, highlighted by his 25th career title...Teamed most of season with Donald Johnson and duo put together a 44-18 match record, winning two titles...Played with Adams (3) and Kafelnikov (2) after US Open since Johnson was sidelined rest of season due to ankle surgery...Began first month with a 12-1 record, winning back-to-back titles in Doha and Sydney and SF at Australian Open...In March, reached final at NASDAQ-100 Open in Miami...Went 23-5 through first three months...Played well on grass, getting to final in Nottingham and SF at Queen's and Wimbledon...During summer hard court circuit, reached five straight QF, including US Open...Capped season with 25th career title in St. Petersburg (w/Adams)...Finished No. 4 on ATP Team Race and No. 9 individually.
2001 -- Compiled his best season with countryman Donald Johnson as duo won six titles in eight finals, compiled a 40-10 record and finished No. 2 in ATP Team Race...Won first title in Scottsdale and on clay, captured back-to-back titles in Barcelona and Mallorca...On grass, won titles in Nottingham and at Wimbledon...Saved four match points in QF five-set win over Balcells-Schalken, then defeated Mirnyi-Voltchkov in SF and Novak-Rikl in F...Also reached US Open final (l. to W. Black-Ullyett)...Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. India and lost to Bhupathi-Paes...Closed season with title in Stockholm...Finished career-best No. 4 individually...Earned a career-high $476,679.
2000 -- Captured three doubles titles (two w/O'Brien)...Competed in Sydney Olympics (w/O'Brien) and lost in 1st RD.
1999 -- Won doubles titles in Doha (w/O'Brien) and Indianapolis (w/Haarhuis) and reached finals at Wimbledon, TMS Hamburg, TMS Paris, and Halle (w/Haarhuis).
1998 -- Won Eckental Challenger title and doubles title in Moscow (w/Tarango) and two others...Won three doubles Challenger titles.
1997 -- Won doubles title at Bratislava Challenger (w/van Rensburg)...Tore right hamstring in April and played one more month before sitting out rest of season.
1996 -- Underwent right shoulder surgery to repair torn rotator cuff on Nov. 14.
1995 -- Advanced to Grand Slam-best 4th RD at US Open...Won four doubles titles, including first Grand Slam at Australian Open (w/Reneberg)...Underwent arthroscopic surgery in November on both knees to repair cartilage.
1994 -- Won first ATP singles title in Pinehurst (d. T. Martin)...In doubles, won four titles in 10 finals.
1993 -- Doubles finalist in Tampa (w/Jones) and Atlanta (w/T. Martin).
1992 -- Won first Challenger title in Fairfield...Won doubles title in Washington (w/Garnett).
1991 -- Reached doubles SF in Indy, Washington (w/Stark).
Find a Player
FEDEX ATP HEAD 2 HEAD
Compare PALMER with: