British tennis star Joe Salisbury has made a name for himself in the field of tennis. The doubles specialist was born on April 20, 1992. Salisbury made his ATP main draw debut back in 2014 at the U.S. National Indoor Tennis Championships. He paired up with David O’Hare in the tournament.
However, they didn’t have a very good start as they were knocked out in the very first round by the Bryan brothers. Salisbury worked hard on his game and successfully reached the semifinals in the 2018 Wimbledon men’s doubles with Frederik Nielsen.
Joe Salisbury’s parents and nationality: All you need to know
Nicknamed Smokin’ Joe, Salisbury was born in London, United Kingdom. Joe began playing tennis at the tender age of three. Joe, like several tennis stars, idealizes multiple Grand Slam champion Roger Federer.
Joe was born to Matthew and Carolyn Salisbury. Standing 6 feet 3 inches tall, Joe attended the University of Memphis. He has a brother, Chris, and a sister named Katie.
Joe Salisbury’s coach
Joe Salisbury was a young prodigy. He started working on his game with his current coach, Justin Sherring when he was just six years old. The Brit also worked with coach Rob Morgan. After turning pro in 2014, Joe had to wait for a while to lift his first ATP title.
After partnering with Ben McLachlan, Joe won his first ATP Tour title at the 2018 Shenzhen Open. Post that, Joe featured in Wimbledon 2019 alongside Rajeev Ram in the Men’s Doubles and made it to the round of 16. The duo went on to win the Australian Open 2020 as well.
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