Jeremy Jin

  • Age19
  • Born27 June 2004
  • Birth PlaceSydney, NSW
  • LivesSydney, NSW
  • Height175 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachAndrew Roberts

On Court

  • Introduced to tennis at age five by his parents, who have both been playing since they were young
  • Proudest moment on court was competing at his first junior Grand Slam (Australian Open 2022)
  • Contested all four junior Grand Slam tournaments in 2022
  • Won the 2022 Canberra Junior International
  • Won back-to-back J3 junior championships in the Gold Coast in 2021
  • Won first professional-level match at the Traralgon Pro Tour event in November 2022, going on to reach the quarterfinals as a qualifier
  • Dreams of representing Australia in the Davis Cup and the 2032 Olympic Games
  • Says his playing style is “gritty and having the mindset that I want to make my opponent work for every point of the match”.

Off Court

  • Speaks English and Mandarin
  • Realised he wanted to become a pro after competing in a Super 10s event at the Australian Open
  • If he wasn’t pursuing a tennis career, he would be a professional alpine skier
  • Is superstitious about the number ‘six’ and tries to avoid it
  • Favourite player is Daniil Medvedev for his unorthodox playing style
  • Male Junior Athlete of the Year finalist at the 2022 Australian Tennis Awards.

Year-end ranking history

2023 718
2022 990

Jeremy Jin in the news

Aussie weekly wrap: Celebrating maiden titles and new career-firsts
Jeremy Jin won his first professional ITF singles title in America this week.
30 October, 2023

Five Australian players won professional titles this week, including 19-year-old Jeremy Jin who captured his first ITF singles crown.
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Australian players shining brightly on the world stage
Jordan Thompson and Daniel Jovanovski.
18 June, 2023

Jordan Thompson advanced to his first ATP singles final in four years, while 15-year-old Daniel Jovanovski claimed his first ITF junior titles this week.
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Tennis Australia’s National Tennis Academy Class of 2023 announced
Philip Sekulic, Zara Larke, Lily Taylor and Hayden Jones are among 27 athletes at the National Tennis Academy. Pictures: Tennis Australia
9 March, 2023

Philip Sekulic, Zara Larke, Lily Taylor and Hayden Jones are among 27 athletes at the National Tennis Academy.
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Bolt books second-round berth in Australian Open 2023 qualifying
Alex Bolt. Picture: Getty Images
9 January, 2023

Australian Alex Bolt has made an impressive start to his Australian Open 2023 qualifying quest.
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