Adam Feeney

  • Age37
  • Born 7 March 1985
  • Birth PlaceGosford, New South Wales
  • LivesBateau Bay, New South Wales
  • Height180 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachShane Fox
  • Pro Since2000

On court

  • introduced to tennis at a young age by his grandfather, who took the game up for himself at 35 years of age
  • serve-volley style has stood him in good stead on the doubles court over the years
  • attributes much of his success to his family who have always been there to offer their support and ferry he and his brothers to training and tournaments

Off court

  • ¬†aunt Tracy Jenkins was a state tennis champion and older brothers Brendan and Grant also played at state level
  • enjoys movies and going to the beach
  • prior to taking up the sport seriously, he played soccer between the ages of eight and 12, as well as cricket until he was 16.


Year-End Singles Ranking History

2013 414
2012 315
2011 1138
2010 601
2009 444
2008 390
2007 311
2006 344
2005 620
2004 463
2003 1168



Thailand F3 ITF, Toowoomba F6 ITF

Esperance F9 ITF

Great Britain F13 ITF

USA F21 ITF, Australia F9 ITF


Happy Valley F7 ITF, Port Pirie F8 ITF, Margaret River F10 ITF


Adam Feeney in the news

Dellacqua makes winning ATL debut
22 November, 2013

The stage was set for round 4 of the ATL at City Community Tennis. The hosting team were taking on The Stanmore Wyverns, and in the Men an all-important clash between The…
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Saville, Feeney progress in Sydney
10 December 2012. 2013 Australian Open Playoff.  Jason lockett
17 October, 2013

Aussies Luke Saville and Adam Feeney were among the seeds progressing to the quarterfinals on Thursday at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis International #2.
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Smooth sailing for seeds in Sydney
Adam Feeney; photo Kara Tyson
16 October, 2013

On a day of perfect conditions for tennis, top seed Yuki Bhambri of India began his Sydney Olympic Park Tennis International #2 campaign in similarly perfect style.
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Jones v Thompson in Sydney Pro Tour final
Greg Jones (L) and Jordan Thompson; Getty Images
11 October, 2013

The Sydney Olympic Park Tennis International #1 final will feature a battle between Greg Jones and Jordan Thompson, who both shone in Friday's semifinals.
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