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Last updated: 18/05/2022
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Last updated: 18/05/2022
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- Place of birth: Stockport
- Lives: Stockport
- Trains: The Northern Lawn Tennis Club
- Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
- Tennis beginnings: Started playing tennis aged 4.
- Tennis idols: Marcelo Rios and Andre Agassi
- Likes: Reading, football (he supports Man City) and watching films. If he wasn’t a tennis player he’s be a zookeeper because he loves animals.
- Family: Sister Naomi is also a professional tennis player and trains at the Northern.
After captaining the Great British team at the ATP Cup, Broady qualified for the main draw of the Australian Open for the first time in his career. In the first round he faced home favouirite Nick Kyrgios and lost 6-4, 6-4, 6-3.
He reached a new career high ranking of 116 after qualifying for the Dallas Open and reaching the second round, before bouncing back to qualify for the Delray Beach Open the following week.
Broady successfully qualified for the BNP Paribas Open for the first time in his career but, unfortunately bowed out of the tournament after a close 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 battle with Serbia’s Miomir Kecmanovic.
Broady then took to the Phoenix Country Club for its ATP Challenger Tour debut. Broady’s campaign got off to a flying start, beating three top 100 players to book himself a spot in the semi-finals, but unfortunately was defeated by Germany’s Daniel Altmaier 7(5)-6, 7-5.
Starting the 2021 season out in South Africa, Broady had a great start to the year reaching a final and semi-final at ATP Challenger events in consecutive weeks. Broady reached the final of the Biella ATP Challenger in March falling to Andreas Seppl. He made the semi-final of Belgrade ATP Challenger in April and missed out on qualifying for both Australian Open and Roland Garros.
After reaching the second rounds at the Viking Open Nottingham, Viking International Eastbourne and Wimbledon, he was called up to the Team GB squad at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games where he achieved the best win of his career against Hubert Hurkacz.
Reached singles and doubles (alongside Scott Clayton) semi-finals of ATP Challenger in Calgary in January.
Reached quarter-finals at Surbiton with partner Scott Clayton, before losing out to Marel Granollers and Ben McLachlan. Runner up in Torneo Challenger in Leon, Mexico, losing out to Blaz Rola in the final. Suffered a disappointing five-set defeat to Gregoire Barrere in the third Wimbledon singles qualifying round.
Competed in Surbiton and Ilkley Trophies, losing to eventual winners (J Chardy and S Stakhovsky) in both instances. Lost to fellow Brit Alex Ward at Nature Valley Open.
Played Queen’s as lucky loser, going out to J Chardy in R1. Reached second ATP Challenger final at Aptos (USA) as a qualifier, defeated by Bublik. QF at Challengers in Gimcheon (Korea) as a qualifier and Vancouver. Also reached Antalya Futures singles and doubles finals.
Junior career highlights in the various Grand Slams.
Wonboys’ doubles at Wimbledon in 2010 with Tom Farquharson, boys’ doubles at Australian Open with Joshua Ward-Hibbert, and reached boys’ singles finals at Wimbledon in 2011 and US Open in 2012. He reached no.2 in junior world rankings.
*ATP Challenger and ITF titles have been combined in the overall ITF titles on this page
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