25 Facts About Jenson Brooksby


Jenson Brooksby reached a career-high singles ranking of world No 33 on 13 June 2022.


Jenson Brooksby enrolled at Baylor University to play college tennis, but turned pro after he redshirted his freshman season due to injury.


Jenson Brooksby lost in the first round to eventual quarterfinalist John Millman.


However, in the second round, Jenson Brooksby went down in a four-set match to 17th seed Nikoloz Basilashvili of Georgia.


In 2021, Jenson Brooksby won three Challenger trophies, at Potchefstroom-2, Orlando-1, and Tallahassee.


Jenson Brooksby made his debut in the top 150 by reaching a then career high of world No 149 on June 14,2021.


Jenson Brooksby reached his first ATP tour final at the 2021 Hall of Fame Open in Newport, defeating Evgeny Donskoy, Denis Kudla, Peter Gojowczyk, and 7th seed Jordan Thompson.


Jenson Brooksby became the second-youngest player to reach the final in the 45-year tournament history on Newport's grass courts.


Jenson Brooksby lost to 8th seed Kevin Anderson in the final.


Jenson Brooksby beat John Millman to advance to his first ATP 500 semifinal, where he lost to 5th seed Jannik Sinner.


Jenson Brooksby then received a singles wildcard into the US Open.


Jenson Brooksby reached the fourth round of a Major for the first time, defeating Mikael Ymer, compatriot Taylor Fritz, and 21st seed Aslan Karatsev.


Jenson Brooksby then lost to world No 1 Novak Djokovic in four sets.


At the 2022 Dallas Open, Jenson Brooksby made his second ATP final where he lost to Reilly Opelka.


At the 2022 BNP Paribas Open, Jenson Brooksby reached the fourth round of a Masters 1000 for the first time in his career, defeating World No 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas for his first top 10 win.


Jenson Brooksby repeated the feat at the 2022 Miami Open reaching the fourth round in his consecutive Masters 1000 where he lost to the top seed and World No 2 Daniil Medvedev.


Jenson Brooksby reached a career-high of No 34 on 16 May 2022 after a third round showing at the Masters 1000 in Rome.


Jenson Brooksby then reached the semifinals after defeating 6-time champion and No 2 seed John Isner, who saved four match points in the third set.


Jenson Brooksby lost to 2019 champion Alex de Minaur in straight sets.


Jenson Brooksby is a defensive baseliner, who specialises in winning baseline rallies and employs a counterpunching style of play frequently.


Jenson Brooksby's unique playing style and shot mechanics has been called "unorthodox" by his peers.


Jenson Brooksby's game is built on his movement and redirection of the ball.


Jenson Brooksby has short take backs on his groundstrokes so he can disguise his shots on both sides.


Jenson Brooksby's serve is widely considered to be his greatest weakness, despite his height.


Jenson Brooksby has a high rally tolerance, able to outlast and grind down his opponents in long rallies.