Last updated: 11/12/2023
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Guillermo Perez Roldan
Get to know Paul Jubb
- Place of Birth: York, England
- Lives: Hull, England
- Trains: National Tennis Centre, London
- Likes: Football, fashion, music
- Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
- Tennis idols: Grew up idolising Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic
- Nickname: Jubby
Began playing tennis aged five and was spotted by a local coach as a player with natural talent.
November saw Jubb head to the M25 Vale do Lobo tournament where he enjoyed a strong run to the semi-finals. Jubb just missed out on a spot in the final after being edged by Jules Marie, 6-7(7), 6-4, 6-3.
Jubb had a successful run at the M25 Roehampton having not dropped a set until the semi-finals where he’d eventually retire with one set apiece against Estonia’s Daniil Glinka.
Jubb headed to the Nonthaburi Challenger at the beginning of January, where he lost to Evgeny Donskoy in the round of 32.
Jubb took on the world No.219 Dalibor Svrcina in the opening round of Australian Open qualifying but lost out 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.
Jubb reached a new career high ranking of 319 after qualifying and winning a brace of matches at the ATP Forli in January. He then moved on to the M25 in Loughborough where he bowed out in the quarter-finals.
Jubb won his first ATP Challenger title at the Santa Cruz Challenger in Bolivia. The 22-year-old didn't drop a set as he became the first Brit to win his maiden Challenger on clay since 2009 - finishing with a 6-3, 7-6(5) win over Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas in the final.
After getting a wild card into the Rothesay Open Nottingham, Jubb lost to fellow Brit Jay Clarke in the first round.
Jubb came through qualifying at the cinch Championships with two top 100 wins against James Duckworth and Steve Johnson, before losing to Botic van de Zandschlup 7-6(5), 4-6, 6-1 in round one.
Jubb pulled off a stunning performance in the opening round at Wimbledon, narrowly losing out to eventual runner-up Nick Kyrgios 3-6, 6-1, 7-5, 6-7(3), 7-5.
Jubb lost out in the final round of qualifiers for the US Open to Gijs Brouwer 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-2.
The young Brit made it through to the quarter-finals at the Tiburon Challenger - losing out to Alexis Galarneau 6-3, 6-7(3), 6-4.
Back to winning ways - Jubb made the semi-final of the Charlottesville Challenger, narrowly losing out to home favourite Ben Shelton 7-6(6), 3-6, 7-5
- In September, Jubb won his first ITF M25 singles event in Portugal defeating Santiago Rodriguez Taverna 75, 64
- Picked up two more ITF M25 titles in the later stages of 2021, again in Portugal followed by another in Texas
- Reached a career high of 335
- Became an LTA Youth Ambassador
Paul Jubb was rewarded for a successful 2019 with a place on the LTA Pro Scholarship Programme (PSP) – the highest level of support offered to developing players by the national governing body.
- Won the NCAA Singles National Championship – became the first Brit to win the esteemed title
- Reached the Round of 16 at Ilkley, beating two players inside the top 160
- Qualified for Nature Valley International Eastbourne after beating now world No.5 Andrey Rublev
- Wildcard entry at Wimbledon
- Won the ITF M15 Cancun title – his first ITF singles trophy
Jubb enrolled at the University of South Carolina soon after his 17th birthday and played three seasons of college tennis from 2017 to 2019, winning the 2019 NCAA singles championship.
Hoping to inspire the next generation to pick up a tennis racket - Jubb is one of the ambassadors for our new junior tennis programme, LTA Youth.
It doesn't matter your age, background or ability, LTA Youth is designed to help more children aged 4-18 enjoy tennis. The programme is fun, inclusive and competitive with sessions designed to ensure children have an enjoyable, positive and progressive experience with tennis.
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