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British tennis player
Born: December 22, 2001 (age 20 years), Sutton, United Kingdom
Height: 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Parents: Roger Draper
Residence: London, United Kingdom
Prize money: $262,800
Turned pro: 2018
Draper was born in Sutton, Surrey, just south-west of London. His father is Roger Draper, former chief executive of Sport England and the Lawn Tennis Association and his mother is Nicky Draper, a former junior British Tennis Champion.
Draper attended Parkside School in Stoke d’Abernon, Cobham, from age four to eleven, whilst being coached by Justin Sherring. He then attended Reed’s School, Cobham for two years.
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Nicknames are JD and Drapes.
Mother, Nicky, is a former top junior tennis player in Britain; brother, Ben, played college tennis at University of California-Berkeley and now pursues a Masters degree at Wake Forest.
Started playing tennis at age 3 by practising against the wall at the tennis club where his mother coached.
Favourite surface is hard, tournament is Wimbledon and shot is backhand.
Idolised Andy Murray growing up.
Supports Manchester United football team. Favourite athlete is MMA star Conor McGregor.
Credits his mother, brother and coach Ryan Jones for inspiring him.
Models when he’s not playing tennis and is represented on-and-off court by IMG (imgmodels.com/jackalexanderdraper).
Also enjoys spending time with his dog, an Australian miniature labradoodle.
Favourite musicians includes 90s British pop rock artists Oasis and Stone Roses.
Favourite food from home is chicken pie. From a restaurant, it would be Indian food.
Favourite book is Relentless by Tim Grover.
Biggest phobia is swimming in the sea, for the fear of sharks.
Most memorable off-court experience was watching England compete at the 2020 Euro semifinals at Wembley Stadium with his brother.
Dream job outside of tennis is detective.
Pursuing an online degree, taking a six-year course via Open University in the U.K.
Ruptured ligament in his ankle in 2021, when running to a wide forehand just after Wimbledon.
Motivation: “I just love winning. To be honest, I love to put in the work and then gain the rewards from it. I know it’s not always like that, but at the same time I enjoy how tough it is. I love competing and I enjoy training and getting better.”
Achieved new career-high ranking 8 times in 2022, breaking into Top 200 on 21 February and peaking at No. 122 on 11 April.
Began 2022 season by going 23-3 on ATP Challenger Tour, winning titles on indoor hard courts at Forli-2, Forli-4, Forli-5 and St. Brieuc.
Defeated both Sinner and Bublik in 2 TBs for 1st and 2nd ATP Tour wins of career, reaching 2021 London/Queen’s Club QF as 309th-ranked WC.
Took 1st set off World No. 1 Djokovic in 2021 Wimbledon 1R on Centre Court as 253rd-ranked WC.
Ended junior career by achieving career-high No. 7 and reaching 2018 Wimbledon boys’ singles final (d. Mejia 7-6 6-7 19-17 in SF).
Jack Draper is a British tennis player. Born in London, Draper made his ATP Tour main draw debut as a wildcard at the Miami Open in 2021.