Omar Jasika

  • Age20
  • 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



2015 Korea F2 ITF, Canada F4 ITF


2015 Adelaide F1 ITF

2014 Cairns F7 ITF

Omar Jasika in the news

Rodionova, Aiava headline AO Play-off draw
Arina Rodionova will contest the US Open main draw for the first time after winning the Australian women's wildcard play-off in New Haven; Getty Images
10 December, 2017

Arina Rodionova and Destanee Aiava are seeded to meet in the final of the women's Australian Open Play-off while in the men's event, Omar Jasika will look to go…
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Top seeds untroubled in Cairns
11 October, 2017

Top seeds Omar Jasika, Dayne Kelly and Alex Bolt all progress with ease in Cairns while Jason Kubler wins battle of former junior world No.1's.
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Polmans returns to Canberra
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 26:  Marc Polmans of Australia competes against Henri Kontinen of Finland and John Peers of Australia in his doubles semifinal match on day 11 of the 2017 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 26, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Pat Scala/Getty Images)
14 March, 2017

Marc Polmans will contest the ACT Clay Court International #1 this week alongside Omar Jasika.
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Biggest movers: Jasika vaults close to career-high
Omar Jasika in action; Getty Images
7 February, 2017

Omar Jasika has come within just a few spots of his career-high ranking after winning his first ATP Challenger title in Burnie at the weekend.
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