- Born19 September 1950
- Birth PlaceBrisbane, Queensland
- Playing StatusRetired
Masters joined the pro tennis circuit in 1969 and retired in 1980.
He won three singles titles: the Australian Hardcourt Championships, Australian Indoor Championships and Tasmanian Championships.
In doubles, he collected 26 pro titles including three Australian Opens, one Wimbledon and a US Open mixed.
He represented Australia in Davis Cup throughout the 1970s, compiling an 8-4 win–loss record (2-1 singles, 6-3 doubles).
Since retiring, Masters, who lives on the Gold Coast, has worked as a coach.
He spent some time as head coach at the Queensland Academy of Sport and also worked with Bernard Tomic from late 2009 to early 2010.
He is also a television and radio commentator.
Geoff Masters in the news
The star-studded champion Australian 1973 Davis Cup were tonight honoured for their exploits in a special presentation at the Newcombe Medal.
Arguably the greatest Davis Cup team in history, Australia's winning team of 1973 reflect on their famous 5-0 victory over the United States in Cleveland.