- Age: 22 (24.09.1992)
- Birthplace: Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
- Residence: Tampa, Florida, USA
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2011
- Coach: Troy Hahn
As of 27.04.2015
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Nicknames are “J. Sizzle” or “Showtime”…Started playing tennis aged eight, when he found his mother’s racquet…Father, Larry, is a financial advisor and golfer; mother, Pam, is a housewife; brother, Eric, is a college athlete…As a junior captured 18 USTA National titles...Graduated from Blue Valley North High School, Kansas in May 2011...Compiled an 80-0 record in his high school career, winning four consecutive state championships...Won the 2010 USTA Boys' 18s Nationals and 2010 US Open junior title…Favourite surfaces are clay and hard, and shot is forehand…Favourite tournament is the US Open…Idol growing up was Andy Roddick…Hobbies include playing golf and hanging out with friends…Supports Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) and Nets (NBA)…Trains in Saddlebrook, Tampa...
Sock Guest Edits ATP Insider (March 2015)
2014 -- The No. 4 American climbed more than 50 places during season to finish in Top 50 for 1st time at year-end high No. 42, winning a personal-best 27 matches. Finished a career-high No. 15 in doubles & No. 10 in Team Rankings (w/Pospisil)...In July, advanced to 1st ATP SFs in back-to-back tournaments in Newport (d. No. 12 Isner in QF, l. to Hewitt) and Atlanta (l. to Isner). Also reached 5 QFs: Auckland (d. No. 12 Haas, l. to Bautista Agut), Memphis (l. to Karlovic), Houston (l. to Almagro), Tokyo (l. to Becker) and Stockholm (l. to Dimitrov)...Posted 1st Top 10 win over No. 6 Nishikori en route to 1st ATP Masters 1000 3R in Shanghai (l. to Benneteau)...Contested all 4 Grand Slams for 1st time, reaching 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Lajovic), and 2R at Australian Open (l. to Monfils) and Wimbledon (l. to Raonic). Fell in 1R at US Open (ret. vs. Andujar)...Teamed with Pospisil to win 1st Grand Slam title at Wimbledon (d. Bryan-Bryan). Were 3rd team to win a major in 1st tournament together and 1st since Hewitt-Mirnyi at US Open in 2000. The pair also won in Atlanta and reached a maiden ATP Masters 1000 final in Cincinnati (l. to Bryan-Bryan, ending streak at 14 wins)...Compiled records of 18-15 on hard, 5-3 on clay and 4-2 on grass. Went 1-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and surpassed $1 million in a season for 1st time ($1,010,881)...
2013 -- The youngest American finished just outside Top 100 (at No. 104), highlighted by 2nd career ATP World Tour QF in Memphis (d. No. 14 Raonic in 1R, l. to Lopez). Won 10 matches, 4th-most by an American (Isner-39, Querrey-27, Harrison-11). Reached career-high No. 78 on Oct. 7…In Grand Slam play went 3-2 and reached 3R for 2nd year in a row at US Open (l. to Tipsarevic), 2R as a qualifier at Roland Garros (d. Garcia-Lopez, l. to No. 14 Haas) in his tournament debut, failed to qualify for Aus. Open (l. to Capdeville in Q1) and Wimbledon (l. to Zverev in Q1)…Also reached 2R at Delray Beach (l. to Berankis), Houston (l. to Isner) and Newport (l. to Hernych)…In ATP Masters 1000 events failed to convert 1 MP at 8-7 in 2nd set TB vs Karlovic in a 3-set loss in Indian Wells 1R, also fell in 1R at Cincinnati (l. to Raonic), fell in qualifying at Miami (l. to Ginepri in Q2) and Montréal (l. to Matosevic in Q2)…In July, captured 2nd career Challenger title at Winnetka (d. Klahn) and improved career record to 2-1 in finals. Afterwards jumped from No. 102 to No. 84 on July 8. Compiled a 11-9 match record in Challengers…In doubles, captured 1st ATP World Tour title at Delray Beach (w/Blake) over Mirnyi- Tecau and reached final previous week in Memphis (l. to Bryans)…Compiled records of 7-10 on hard, 2-2 on clay and 1-1 on grass. Went 0-2 vs. Top 10 opponents and highest-ranked career win came over No. 14 Raonic in Memphis. Earned a career-high $344,809…
2012 -- Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour QF at Atlanta (l. to Isner) and as a wild reached 3R at US Open (d. F. Mayer in 1R ret., d. Cipolla in 2R, l. to No. 12 Almagro)…
2011 -- Competed at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami...Received wild card into US Open, winning his first ATP match over Gicquel in four sets...First US Open junior champion to win a main draw US Open match since Gimelstob (d. Prinosil) in 1995....Lost to Roddick in 2nd RD...Captured US Open mixed doubles title with Melanie Oudin; beat defending champions Bob Bryan-Liezel Huber in 2nd RD and defeated Dulko-Schwank in final...
2010 -- Won USTA Boys' 18s Nationals to earn a wild card into US Open main draw...Won US Open junior title...
2009 -- Won first pro title at ITF Futures event in Amelia Island...
On 15 March, saved one match point versus G. Muller in 76(7) third set win in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 2R; reached 4R (l. to Federer); with Pospisil, beats Bryans in doubles QFs...On 21 March, with Pospisil, captured their third ATP World Tour team title at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (d. Bolelli-Fognini)...
Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 3R (l. to Thiem)...
On 4 April, saw his nine-match winning streak come to an end with Pospisil in the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami final (l. to Bryans 10-8 in Match TB)…
Reached Houston QFs for second straight year beating Bautista Agut...On 12 April, captured his first ATP World Tour title at Houston (d. Querrey in two TB sets); saved three set points in opening set, which was marred by rain delay that lasted over two hours...Recorded four straight wins over seeds en route to the title, including Bautista Agut, Giraldo and Anderson...