PLAYER PROFILE

Jordan Thompson

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AUSTRALIAN
RANKING
63
ATP
RANKING
  • Age25
  • Born20 April 1994
  • Birth PlaceSydney, New South Wales
  • LivesSydney, New South Wales
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachJaymon Crabb
FOLLOW
“I'm going to forget a lot of people but I don't want to forget anyone, so I'm going to say thank you everyone, and especially to Lleyton (Hewitt) over there, and Ivan (Gutierrez) - thanks for being with me for this week.”

— Jordan Thompson, 17 Jun 2019

» Thompson falls in ‘s-Hertogenbosch final

On court

  • tennis player from the age of four; got into the sport because his parents, Stephen (his coach) and Karen, both played
  • in 2008, was selected to represent Australia at the World Junior Tennis competition
  • won the Australian Open 2014 Wildcard Play-off, defeating Ben Mitchell in the final 6-3 6-2 4-6 4-6 6-1; he repeated the feat the following year with a gruelling five-set defeat of John-Patrick Smith
  • tennis hero is Rafael Nadal
  • professional ambition is to crack the world’s top 100; achieved that feat in May 2016 after winning the Anning Challenger title in China
  • in 2016 won first four ATP Challenger titles to considerably boost his ranking
  • won first Grand Slam main draw match at Roland Garros in 2016; lost in the second round to 27th seed Ivo Karlovic, 12-10 in the fifth set
  • made his Australian Davis Cup debut in 2017 against Czech Republic in the World Group first round tie against Czech Republic in Melbourne; won his first live rubber in straight sets
  • repeated the feat against the United States in April 2017’s quarterfinals in Brisbane, beating Jack Sock in the opening rubber to help Australia to a 3-1 victory
  • scored his first win over a world No.1 when he upset Andy Murray in the first round at Queen’s in 2017

Off court

  • has an older sister, Karlie
  • also plays soccer and touch football
  • on a perfect day, he would win the lottery
  • would have followed a career in rugby league had he not played tennis

Year-Ending Ranking History

2018 72
2017 94
2016 79
2015 154
2014 273
2013 315

Titles/Finals

Titles

2018 Chennai CH, Traralgon CH, Canberra CH

2016 Cherbourg CH, Anning CH, Ho Chi Minh City CH, Traralgon CH

2015 Melbourne F4 ITF, Thailand F6 ITF, Thailand F7 ITF

2013 Austria F5 ITF, Alice Springs F8 ITF

Finals

2019 Nanchang CH, 's-Hertogenbosch ATP

2018 Kyoto CH, Seoul CH, Binghamton CH, Columbus CH, Calgary CH

2017 Surbiton CH, Binghamton CH, Vancouver CH

2015 Ho Chi Minh City CH, Traralgon CH

2014 Port Pirie F2 ITF, Croatia F10 ITF, Bangkok CH

2013 Sydney F9 ITF

Jordan Thompson in the news

Biggest movers: vast improvement for Aussie men in 2019
(L-R) Alexei Popyrin, James Duckworth, Chris O'Connell and Andrew Harris were Australian men who enjoyed notable rankings improvements in 2019. (Getty Images)
26 November, 2019

We look back at a stellar 12 months for several of Australia's men in the ATP rankings -- and celebrate the biggest movers and improvers.
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Davis Cup: Canada too strong for Australia in quarterfinals
Canada's Vasek Pospisil (L) and Denis Shapovalov shake hands with Australia's John Peers (L) and Jordan Thompson after winning the decisive doubles rubber in the quarterfinals in Madrid. (Getty Images)
22 November, 2019

Vasek Pospisil and Denis Shapovalov combine to beat John Peers and Jordan Thompson in the doubles rubber, handing Canada a 2-1 Davis Cup victory over Australia.
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Davis Cup: Australia bracing for Canada in quarterfinals
John Millman (L) and Nick Kyrgios cheer on Alex de Minaur during Australia's Davis Cup tie against Belgium in Madrid. (Getty Images)
21 November, 2019

After two solid victories in Madrid, Australia has set up a Davis Cup quarterfinal against Canada -- yet both sides carry injury concerns into the blockbuster clash.
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De Minaur, Kyrgios guide Aussies into Davis Cup quarterfinals
Alex de Minaur (L) and Nick Kyrgios celebrate their straight-sets wins in the singles rubbers of Australia's Davis Cup tie against Belgium in Madrid. (Getty Images)
21 November, 2019

Australia reaches the knockout quarterfinal stage of the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid after singles wins to Nick Kyrgios and Alex de Minaur.
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