PLAYER PROFILE

Scott Jones

  • Age19
  • Born14 January 1998
  • Birth PlacePerth, (Western Australia)
  • LivesPerth, (Western Australia)
  • Height151 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachCallum Beale
“It’s going to be a bit of a dilemma - I might miss the first couple of weeks of classes, but it’s going to be an awesome experience”

— Scott Jones, 10 Dec 2016

» Jones crowned 18/u boys’ champion

On court

  • Winner of the 2012 WA Spring AMT open event
  • Winner of the 2012 South of the River Junior Tournament 16s event
  • Semi finalist at the 2012 Optus 14s Spring Nationals event

Off court

  • Scott’s biggest ambitition is to be a member of the Australian Davis Cup team and crack the top 100 rankings
  • Lists his tennis heroes as Roger Federer, Lleyton Hewitt & Pat Rafter
  • Says his ideal mixed doubles partner would be Maria Kirilenko

Scott Jones in the news

Jones crowned 18/u boys’ champion
Scott Jones in action during the final of the boys' 18/u Australian Championships; Elizabeth Xue Bai
10 December, 2016

West Australian wildcard Scott Jones saw off a spirited fightback from Kody Pearson to claim his first national title and a qualifying spot at the Australian Open
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Pearson storms into 18/u boys’ final
Kody Pearson in action during the semifinals of the boys' 18/u Australian Championships; Elizabeth Xue Bai
9 December, 2016

Using his throwback style to full effect, Kody Pearson on Friday advanced to the final of the boys' 18/u Australian Championships.
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Top two seeds cement semifinal berths
Destanee Aiava in action at the 18/u Australian Championships at Melbourne Park; Elizabeth Xue Bai
8 December, 2016

Destanee Aiava and Jaimee Fourlis are on course for a final showdown in the girls' 18/u Australian Championships, while the boys' event continues to throw up surprises.
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Perth welcomes back Asia Pacific Tennis League action
Matt Ebden in action during his Hopman Cup singles rubber against Jerzy Janowicz; Getty Images
24 November, 2015

Western Australian Matthew Ebden headlines the Asia Pacific Tennis League action at Perth's State Tennis Centre on Sunday.
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