- Born19 May 1993
- Birth PlaceBrisbane, Queensland
- LivesBrisbane, Queensland
- Height179 cm
- CoachBen Mathias & David Hodge
- Pro Since2008
“My goal in tennis was to see how good I can be.”
— Jason Kubler, 24 Jun 2015
» Kubler scores emotional victory
- Began playing tennis when his father introduced him to the game, aged five.
- With his powerful build and heavy-hitting playing style, he’s been described as a right-handed version of Rafael Nadal.
- Led the 2009 Junior Davis Cup team to victory, remaining undefeated in singles and doubles.
- Davis Cup triumph was part of a 36-match winning streak in 2009 that also reaped five junior ITF titles.
- Won the Optus 18s Australian Championships in 2009, defeating Ben Mitchell in the final.
- Made his Grand Slam debut at the 2010 Australian Open.
- Won his first ITF Futures events in 2011, securing back-to-back titles in Texas and Alabama.
- Member of the 2012 Australian Institute of Sport Pro Tour Program.
- Players he admires are Roger Federer, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.
- Dream is to win all four Grand Slam titles and to be world No.1.
- Favourite surface is clay.
- Sporting hero is Lance Armstrong.
- Enjoys hanging out with his mates in his spare time.
- Good friends with fellow player Ben Mitchell.
- Hobbies include Rugby League.
Year-end singles ranking history
2014 Spain F1 ITF, Netherlands F3 ITF, Italy F24 ITF, Sibiu Challenger
2013 Italy F4 ITF, Spain F37 ITF, Egypt F36 ITF
2012 U.S.A F4 ITF, Australia F4 ITF
2011 U.S.A F28 ITF, U.S.A F29 ITF
2014 Egypt F3 ITF, Spain F2 ITF, Lima Challenger
2013 Bundaberg F5 ITF
2012 Turkey F25 ITF, Australia F3 ITF, U.S.A F3 ITF, U.S.A F1 ITF, Spain F30 ITF
2010 Australia F3 ITF
Jason Kubler in the news
Following his ATP Challenger success in Traralgon, Jason Kubler has shot up the rankings and reclaimed a place in the world's top 350 - just a few weeks after being outside…
Jason Kubler comes "full circle" with Traralgon triumph after edging past Alex Bolt to claim his second ATP Challenger Tour title.
Jason Kubler continues his run of form, coming from qualifying to meet No.2 seed Matthew Ebden in a Traralgon ATP Challenger semifinal.
A successful return to hard courts during the Australian Pro Tour has helped Jason Kubler slash his ranking by more than 300 places in the past fortnight.