15 Facts About Jared Donaldson


Jared Donaldson was born on October 9,1996 and is an American professional tennis player from Glocester, Rhode Island.

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Jared Donaldson has won a Challenger title in singles as well as doubles, with both of them having come at the Royal Lahaina Challenger in 2015.

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Jared Donaldson was forced to suspend his professional career after continuing struggles with Patellar tendinitis.

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Jared Donaldson trained on the red clay in Buenos Aires for two years instead of following the conventional route of joining a tennis academy or USTA Player Development.

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Jared Donaldson attended the Gordon School and played middle school tennis there.

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At the 2013 US Open, Jared Donaldson reached the final round of qualifying, beating two players in the Top 250.

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Jared Donaldson continued to play extensively in the Turkey and US Futures circuit until breaking through with three consecutive Futures titles in June 2014.

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Jared Donaldson made an official statement about turning pro instead of playing collegiate tennis on August 22,2014, just short of his 18th birthday.

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Jared Donaldson received main draw wildcards into the singles and doubles tournaments at the 2014 US Open.

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Jared Donaldson won the doubles title in Maui with partner Stefan Kozlov.

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Jared Donaldson then recorded the biggest win of his career, knocking off 12th-seeded David Goffin in the first round.

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Jared Donaldson then beat Viktor Troicki before losing to Ivo Karlovic in the third round, which was enough to push him into the top 100 of the ATP rankings for the first time.

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Jared Donaldson solidified his position in the Top 100 by reaching the fourth round of the Miami Open as a qualifier, rising from No 95 to No 73 in the ATP rankings.

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Jared Donaldson made it through to his first ATP semifinal to reach a new career high ranking of No 48.

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Jared Donaldson rated behind all five above him in serving, but was the best returner out of the group at 32nd on the tour, according to Infosys Nia Data.

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