When did Jeffrey Wolf become a professional tennis player?
On August 12, 2018, Wolf defeated world No. 85 Jozef Kovalik in the first round of qualifying at the 2018 Western and Southern Open in Mason, Ohio. Wolf won the match 7-6, 7-6. This upset marked Wolf’s first win against an ATP top 100 player. Wolf turned professional in July of 2019 and signed with Topnotch Management.
Who is j.j.wolf on the ATP Tour?
J.J. Wolf celebrates his second ATP Challenger Tour title in Champaign. J.J. Wolf successfully defends his crown at the ATP Challenger Tour stop in Columbus. J.J. Wolf is attempting to reach the Western & Southern Open main draw for the first time.
Who is the youngest tennis player in the world?
Jeffrey John Wolf. Jeffrey John “J. J.” Wolf (born December 21, 1998) is an American professional tennis player, who as of September, 2018, is the youngest American player in the world’s top 500 ranked men’s tennis players at age 20. Wolf plays collegiately at The Ohio State University and has played professionally since 2016.
Who is j.j.wolf in the US Open?
Four-time Challenger champion J.J. Wolf will make his Grand Slam debut at the US Open. J.J. Wolf qualifies for the Western & Southern Open main draw for the first time.
When did Jarmila Wolfe start playing professional tennis?
Wolfe began competing as Jarmila Gajdošová on the ITF Circuit just days after her 14th birthday in 2001, and that year entered three ITF tournaments, winning two matches and losing three. In 2002, she again entered only three tournaments, but this time won four matches and lost three.
Where did Jeffrey Wolf go to high school?
Wolf was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and attended Cincinnati Country Day School in Indian Hill, Ohio. In 2016, as the nation’s third ranked recruit, he committed to playing collegiate tennis for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Where does Jeffrey John Wolf rank in the ATP?
Wolf reached a career-high of No. 189 in the ATP singles rankings on November 18, 2019 after winning the 2019 Champaign Challenger, defeating Sebastian Korda in a tight two-and-a-half hour match. In January 2020 he started the year by winning the ATP Challenger Tour final in Noumea, defeating Yuichi Sugita in the final.