Jonathon Cooper

  • Born29 August 1991
  • Birth PlaceSydney, Australia
  • Height183 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed

On court

  • Local club is Eastern Suburbs Tennis in Sydney
  • Began playing tennis at age six when he joined some good friends on a tennis camp during the school holidays
  • Plays with a double-handed backhand
  • Favourite surfaces are hardcourt and clay
  • Coached in his early days by Australian pro and former world No.105 Todd Reid
  • In early 2013, won three Australian Money Tournaments before making his first ITF Futures final in Ipswich as a qualifier
  • His goal in tennis is to keep developing his game as much as possible
  • Says the best thing about being a tennis player is the travelling, being outdoors and meeting new people
  • His tennis heroes are Todd Reid, Lleyton Hewitt and David Ferrer

Off court

  • Full name is Jonathon Victor Cooper
  • Nicknames are “Jono” and “Coops”
  • Hobbies include water sports, surfing, being outdoors, skating and rugby (NRL)
  • Favourite meal is rump steak (cooked medium-rare) with vegetables
  • If not a tennis player, he would love to be a surfer

Year-end singles ranking history

2012 1756



2013 Ipswich F4 ITF

Jonathon Cooper in the news

Rankings watch: Jasika makes senior strides
Omar Jasika's commendable play saw him through to the quarterfinals of the Optus 18s Championship.
20 May, 2013

Just days after his 16th birthday, promising Aussie Omar Jasika has been gifted a substantial rise in the latest edition of the ATP World Tour rankings.
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Rankings watch: young Aussie women make tracks
(L-R) Storm Sanders, Viktorija Rajicic and Azra Hadzic each enjoyed impressive rises in the latest edition of the WTA rankings; Getty Images
2 April, 2013

Strong results on the Pro Tour have seen Storm Sanders, Viktorija Rajicic and Azra Hadzic enjoy rises in the latest WTA rankings.
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Ebelthite, Pandzic claim Ipswich titles
(L-R) City of Ipswich Tennis International women's champion Jelena Panzic, runner up Storm Sanders, men's finalist Jonathon Cooper and winner Colin Ebelthite pose at the trophy presentation; Tennis Australia
25 March, 2013

Experience prevailed over youth Australian Colin Ebelthite and Croatian qualifier Jelena Pandzic clinched the titles at Ipswich Grammar Park Tennis Centre.
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Photos: Ipswich Pro Tour highlights
Colin Ebelthite (R) shakes hands with Jonathon Cooper after winning the men's singles title at the City of Ipswich Tennis International; Tennis Australia
24 March, 2013

UPDATE: Check out the highlights from the draw ceremony and tennis action throughout the week at the City of Ipswich International in our latest gallery.
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