Joe Salisbury
Joe Salisbury
Joe Salisbury
Joe Salisbury
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing at age 3 with his family.
    • Father, Matthew; mother, Carolyn; brother, Chris; sister, Katie.
    • Started working with 1 of hiscurrent coaches, Justin Sherring, at age 6. Also credits Louis Cayer for helping him improve.
    • Played college tennis at University of Memphis from 2011-14. Graduated with degree in economics.
    • Left Memphis as Tigers' all-time leader with 97 career doubles wins.
    • Never ranked on ITF Junior Circuit and hardly played prior to college due to mononucleosis and injuries.
    • Kept dream of playing professionally and winning Wimbledon.
    • Favourite shot is overhead smash, surface is grass, tournament is Wimbledon and city on tour is Melbourne.
    • Grew up idolising Roger Federer.
    • Played many sports as a child. Supports Fulham F.C.
    • Favourite superhero is Batman, movie is Gladiator and TV show is Friends.
    • Listens to Mumford & Sons.
    • Favourite book is The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.
    • Enjoys playing golf and backgammon.
    • Favourite food is roast dinner, but guilty pleasure is chocolate.
    • Lists history as his favourite school subject.
    • Says his best and worst quality is competitiveness.
    • Supports Rackets Cubed, which runs integrated tennis, squash, education and nutrition programmes for inner-city children in Great Britain.


    • Became 2nd British doubles World No. 1 on 4 April 2022 – exactly 6 years after countryman J. Murray became 1st British doubles World No. 1 on 4 April 2016.
    • Went 11-0 at 2021 US Open alongside Ram in men’s doubles and Krawczyk in mixed doubles, becoming 1st player to sweep both titles since B. Bryan in 2010.
    • Extended US Open win streak to 17 matches overall by defending title w/Ram in 2022, becoming 2nd repeat US Open men’s doubles champions in Open Era (also Woodbridge/Woodforde in 1995-96).
    • Also won 2020 Australian Open men’s doubles title w/Ram, 2021 Roland Garros mixed doubles title w/Krawczyk and ATP Masters 1000 titles w/Ram at 2021 Toronto, 2022 Monte Carlo and 2022 Cincinnati.
    • Never ranked on ITF Junior Circuit and hardly played due to mononucleosis and injuries before competing at University of Memphis from 2011-14.


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