Omar Jasika

  • Age24
  • Born18 May 1997
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
  • LivesMelbourne, Victoria
  • PlaysLeft-handed
  • CoachLiam Smith
“A good day for my Dad and Mum, so they’re pretty happy about their boys winning.”

— Omar Jasika, 19 Dec 2016

» Memorable weekend for Jasikas in Melbourne

On court

  • Began playing tennis at age six
  • In 2013, enjoyed the opportunity to train with Serbian top 10 star Janko Tipsarevic as part of a Tecnifibre sponsorship program
  • Cracked the top 900 at just 16 years of age after reaching the Glen Iris Men’s International Pro Tour semifinals
  • Became the first player in 28 years to win both the boys’s singles and doubles events at the US Open in 2014
  • Received an Australian Open 2017 wildcard after winning the AO Play-off in December 2016
  • Won his first ATP Challenger-level title in Burnie, Tasmania in February 2017

Year-end ranking history

2017 277
2016 369
2015 308
2014 557
2013 1051
2012 1239



2017 Burnie Challenger

2015 Korea F2 ITF, Canada F4 ITF


2015 Adelaide F1 ITF

2014 Cairns F7 ITF

Omar Jasika in the news

Jasika jumps into Renmark quarters
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 11:  Omar Jasika of Australia competes against Matthew Dellavedova of Australia in his first round Australian Open December Showdown match at Melbourne Park on December 11, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Robert Prezioso/Getty Images)
1 March, 2018

Omar Jasika is among a host of Australians into the quarterfinals at the inaugural ITF Futures event in Renmark.
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Groth draws top seed in Australian Open qualifying
Sam Groth will meet top seed Taylor Fritz in the first round of Australian Open qualifying (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)
9 January, 2018

Sam Groth will meet American top seed Taylor Fritz in the opening round of his bid to qualify for the Australian Open main draw.
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De Minaur v Bolt in Australian Open Play-off final
Alex De Minaur in action at the Australian Open 2018 Play-off; Getty Images
15 December, 2017

It will be a battle between the top seeds in the AO Play-off final after Alex De Minaur and Alex Bolt scored semifinal vctories at Melbourne Park on Friday.
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De Minaur, Bolt cruise into AO Play-off semis
Alex De Minaur in action at the Australian Open 2018 Play-off; Elizabeth Xue Bai
13 December, 2017

Top two seeds Alex Bolt and Alex De Minaur were both straight-sets winners on Wednesday at the Australian Open Play-off, sealing their places in the last four.
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