64 Facts About Jason Kubler


Jason Murray Kubler is an Australian professional tennis player.

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Jason Kubler spent four years of his professional career playing exclusively on clay courts to avoid further structural damage to his knees.

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Jason Kubler was born in Brisbane, Australia to an Australian father and a Philippine-born mother.

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Jason Kubler grew up in the north Brisbane suburb of Mango Hill with an older brother and a younger sister.

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In 2009, Jason Kubler became just the second player in history to go undefeated through the World Youth Cup and Junior Davis Cup.

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At the French Open and Wimbledon Championships, Jason Kubler again failed to live up to his seeding, crashing out in the second and third rounds respectively.

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At the US Open, Jason Kubler was seeded sixth but again disappointed with a first-round exit.

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In 2011, Jason Kubler received a wildcard entry into his first and only junior tournament of the year at Wimbledon, where he made the semi-finals.

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Jason Kubler made his professional debut in September 2008 at the Australia F7 Futures event on the ITF Men's Circuit, the third tier for men's professional tennis.

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Jason Kubler won through qualifying to make his main draw professional debut but lost in the first round to compatriot Marinko Matosevic.

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In 2010, following continued success on the junior circuit, Jason Kubler was granted wildcards into the Brisbane International and Sydney International qualifying draws, but failed to win a match at either event.

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Jason Kubler was then awarded a wildcard to make his ATP Tour and Grand Slam debut at the 2010 Australian Open.

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Jason Kubler missed the start of the 2011 Australian summer of tennis due to a knee injury.

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Jason Kubler won his second professional title the next week at the USA F29 Futures event in Niceville, salvaging an otherwise frustrating year with injury.

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Jason Kubler finished the 2011 season ranked No 530 in the world.

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Jason Kubler began the 2012 season by entering four Futures tournaments in Florida after again bypassing the Australian summer.

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Jason Kubler lost in the final of USA F1 to Jack Sock and USA F3 to Brian Baker before winning the USA F4 event in Palm Coast to cap off a promising start to the year.

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In 2013, Jason Kubler played in Futures tournaments throughout the United States, Spain, Great Britain, Australia, Italy and Egypt, but only on clay due to ongoing knee concerns.

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Jason Kubler won three Futures tournaments for the year, however his ranking dipped to No 397 to end the season.

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Jason Kubler again chose to miss the Australian summer of tennis, opting to play Futures events in Egypt and Spain.

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Jason Kubler entered six tournaments during this stretch, making the final of three and winning one.

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Jason Kubler won his first tour-level match by defeating Alessandro Giannessi, before losing to Denis Istomin in the second round.

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Jason Kubler broke into the top 200 for the first time on 25 August 2014 at No 197.

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On 24 November, Jason Kubler reached a career high ranking of No 136 before finishing the 2014 season with a world ranking of No 140.

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Jason Kubler played a total of 29 tournaments in 14 countries in 2014, all of which were on clay, due to his ongoing knee problems.

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Jason Kubler skipped the Australian summer of tennis for a fifth consecutive year.

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Jason Kubler instead played a variety of Challenger events across South and North America, his best result being a quarter-final appearance in Sarasota.

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Jason Kubler defeated Rui Machado in straight sets in round 1 but was eliminated in the second round by Aleksandr Nedovyesov, who went on to qualify for the main draw.

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In May, just eight months after his last surgery, Jason Kubler underwent the sixth knee operation of his career which side lined him for the rest of 2016.

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Jason Kubler defeated Alex Bolt in the final to claim his first Challenger title since 2014, which skyrocketed his ranking inside the world's top 350.

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Jason Kubler was expected to compete in the Australian Wildcard Playoff in December for a spot in the 2018 Australian Open, but ultimately withdrew alongside a host of top-seeded players.

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Jason Kubler started his 2018 campaign at the Playford Challenger in South Australia, which he won after qualifying.

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The victory saw Jason Kubler move inside the world's top 250 for the first time since 2015.

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Jason Kubler faced 10th seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the first round, where he lost in a highly competitive four-set match.

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Jason Kubler showed plenty of promise in the match, leading by a break in both the first and third sets, but failed to capitalise on his opportunities.

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Jason Kubler improved his world ranking to No 160 following the Asian swing, his best world ranking in three years.

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At the French Open, Jason Kubler lost in the first round of qualifying to Goncalo Oliveira.

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Jason Kubler then entered the Wimbledon qualifying tournament and showed good form through his first two matches, defeating Arthur De Greef and Adam Pavlasek.

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Jason Kubler faced unseeded Argentinian Guido Pella in the first round, where he lost in four close sets.

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The result saw Jason Kubler move to No 114 in the ATP rankings, eclipsing the career high he set way back in November 2014.

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Jason Kubler then attempted to qualify for the Washington Open, an ATP 500 event.

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Jason Kubler finished the season ranked No 114 in the world, the best end-of-year ranking of his career.

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Jason Kubler was expected to compete in the Brisbane International, but withdrew from the event due to knee soreness.

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Jason Kubler then attempted to qualify for the Sydney International, but fell in the first round to third seed Yoshihito Nishioka.

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At the 2019 French Open, Jason Kubler attempted to qualify but was defeated in the second round by Viktor Troicki.

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At Wimbledon, Jason Kubler won through his first two matches in qualifying but fell at the last hurdle to Yasutaka Uchiyama in five sets.

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Jason Kubler lost the Winnetka final to top-seeded American Bradley Klahn but bounced back to win the Gatineau tournament without dropping a set.

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Jason Kubler was expected to contest the Challenger event in Granby, but withdrew due to a wrist injury.

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Jason Kubler played no further tournaments in 2019 and finished with the year ranked No 261 in the world.

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Jason Kubler returned to Australia following the suspension and predominately played tournaments in the UTR Pro Tennis Series.

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Jason Kubler started the 2021 season at the Murray River Open on the ATP Tour after receiving a wildcard entry.

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Jason Kubler then attempted to qualify for the 2021 Australian Open, but was defeated in the second round by Sergiy Stakhovsky.

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The following week at the Lexington Challenger Jason Kubler won the sixth Challenger title of his career, defeating Alejandro Tabilo in three-sets.

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Jason Kubler attempted to qualify for the 2022 Australian Open, but was eliminated in the second round by Tomas Martin Etcheverry.

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Jason Kubler was awarded a pair of wildcards into the doubles and mixed doubles events however, with fellow compatriots Christopher O'Connell and Jaimee Fourlis respectively.

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Jason Kubler scored his first main draw Grand Slam win since the 2018 US Open when he defeated Denis Kudla in straight sets.

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Jason Kubler lost in the second round to 10th seed Cameron Norrie.

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Jason Kubler moved to No 119 in the world following Roland Garros.

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Jason Kubler needed a deciding set in his first two matches to progress, but cruised past Elias Ymer in straight sets during the final round to confirm his place in the main draw.

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Jason Kubler faced British 28th seed Dan Evans in the first round, defeating the home crowd favourite in straight sets.

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Jason Kubler's dream run continued in the third round, defeating Jack Sock in five sets to reach the second week of a Grand Slam for the first time.

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At the Hall of Fame Open Jason Kubler defeated compatriot Jordan Thompson in straight sets in the first round.

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Jason Kubler then defeated top seed and World No 9 Felix Auger-Aliassime in three sets to reach his first ATP quarterfinal, saving a match point in the process during the final set tiebreak.

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Jason Kubler then defeated compatriot James Duckworth in straight sets to reach his maiden ATP semi-final, where he lost to 3rd seed Alexander Bublik.

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