Wild card Jack Draper, 19, will face World No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the first round of Wimbledon. Michael Steele/Getty Images Chun Hsin Tseng defeats Jack Draper in three sets to lift the Wimbledon Boys' Singles trophy on Sunday.
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Jack Alexander Draper (born 22 December 2001) is a British tennis player from England. He was runner-up in the 2018 Wimbledon Championships Boys' singles achieving a career-high junior ranking of No. 7. On the professional tour, Draper has won seven ITF titles.
Tennis player Jack Draper is recovering after he collapsed during a match played under high temperatures at the Miami Open on Thursday.
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Jack Draper (19) is a tennis player from Great Britain who has a career-high singles ranking of No. 250. Click here for a full player profile.
Jack Draper is one of the brightest prospects in British tennis, and turned heads on the ATP Tour for the first time with impressive victories over Jannik Sinner and Alexander Bublik at the 2021 cinch Championships at The Queen’s Club. His straight sets win over highly-rated Sinner was his first on the ATP Tour.
When the match starts, you will be able to follow Jack Draper Livescore, updated point-by-point. Statistics are updated at the end of the game. Jack Draper previous match was against Barrios Vera T. in Seville, Spain, match ended with result 0 - 0 (Barrios Vera T. won the match). Jack Draper fixtures tab is showing last 100 Tennis matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Jack Draper scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
Jack Draper: Pro Tennis Player (slash) Model. The 19-year-old Brit is represented by IMG in more ways than one.
Jack Draper was forced to retire from his ATP Tour debut on Thursday after he fell victim to the searing heat of Miami.
Draper started playing at his local Sutton Tennis & Squash club as a child, competing with his brother under the tutelage of mother and tennis coach Nicky. Furthermore, Jack is the youngest British ATP quarterfinalist since Andy Murray in 2006, a runner-up as a Junior in 2018 at Wimbledon.