Joe Salisbury

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Joe Salisbury (/ˈsɔːlzbəri, ˈsɒlz-/SAWLZ-bər-ee;[1] born 20 April 1992) is a British professional tennis player. He is a doubles specialist who has reached a career-high doubles ranking of world No. 3 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), on 10 February 2020. He has won eight ATP Tour doubles and two mixed-doubles titles.

British tennis player
Joe Salisbury

Salisbury at the 2019 Rolex Paris Masters
Country (sports)  United Kingdom
Great Britain
Residence London, England
Born (1992-04-20) 20 April 1992 (age 29)
London
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Plays Right-handed (one handed-backhand)
College University of Memphis
Prize money US$2,159,754
Singles
Career record 0–0
Career titles 0
Highest ranking No. 559 (12 October 2015)
Grand Slam Singles results
Wimbledon Q2 (2016)
Doubles
Career record 120–66 (64.5%)
Career titles 8
Highest ranking No. 3 (10 February 2020)
Current ranking No. 3 (20 September 2021)
Grand Slam Doubles results
Australian Open W (2020)
French Open QF (2019, 2020)
Wimbledon SF (2018, 2021)
US Open W (2021)
Other doubles tournaments
Tour Finals F (2021)
Olympic Games QF (2020)
Mixed doubles
Career record 7–5 (58.3%)
Career titles 2
Grand Slam Mixed Doubles results
Australian Open SF (2021)
French Open W (2021)
Wimbledon F (2021)
US Open W (2021)
Last updated on: 20 September 2021.

He has won four major titles: the 2020 Australian Open and the 2021 US Open in men’s doubles partnering Rajeev Ram, and the 2021 French Open and 2021 US Open in mixed doubles, partnering Desirae Krawczyk. Salisbury was also runner-up at the 2021 Australian Open men’s doubles event and the 2021 Wimbledon Championships mixed-doubles event.

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Salisbury made his ATP Tour main-draw debut at the U.S. National Indoor Championships partnering David O’Hare, losing to the Bryan brothers in the first round.

He reached the semifinals in the Wimbledon men’s doubles with Frederik Nielsen.[2]

Playing alongside Ben McLachlan, he won his first ATP Tour doubles title at the Shenzhen Open.[3]

At Wimbledon in 2019, he played alongside Rajeev Ram during the men’s doubles. They made it to the round of 16.[4]

Also with Ram, Salisbury won the 2020 Australian Open, beating wildcards Max Purcell and Luke Saville in the final. As a result he reached a career-high ranking of World No. 3 on 10 February 2020.

He competed in the Australian Open with partner Rajeev Ram to defend their title, but they lost to Ivan Dodig and Filip Polášek in the final.[5]

He won the mixed-doubles title at the French Open with Desirae Krawczyk. He also reached the mixed doubles final of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships partnering Harriet Dart.

He reached the final and won his first Masters 1000 in Canada at the National Bank Open with Ram, defeating world No. 1 and No. 2 Croatians, Pavic and Mektic, his second final for the year at a Masters level after the Italian Open, where they lost to the Croatian pair.[6]

At the US Open Salisbury partnering with Ram reached the final, defeating Max Purcell/Matthew Ebden in a long and narrow three hours match with three tiebreaks, saving four match points in the quarterfinals[7] and Sam Querrey/Steve Johnson in the semifinals.[8] The pair won the men’s doubles championship, defeating Jamie Murray/Bruno Soares in the final. It was the first time in the Open Era that two Britons met in a major men’s doubles final and the first time in 12 years that the US Open men’s doubles final went to a deciding set.[9] As a result he equaled his best career ranking of World No. 3 in doubles on 20 September 2021. Seeded second, he also won his second mixed-doubles Grand Slam title at the US Open, again with Krawczyk, defeating Marcelo Arévalo and Giuliana Olmos in straight sets. He became the first man since Bob Bryan in 2010 to win the US Open doubles and mixed titles in the same year.[10]

At the 2021 San Diego Open Salisbury won his eight title and third of the season partnering Neal Skupski.[11]

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