|Date of Birth:||1994, April 20|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Birth Name||Jordan Thompson|
|Birth Place||Sydney, Australia|
|Famous Name||Jordan Thompson|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
Thompson has a career record of 17-40 as of now. Let's take a look at his wiki to gain information regarding his career, net worth, personal life, family and more
Jordan Thompson was born on April 20, 1994, in Sydney, Australia. His holds an Australian nationality and his ethnicity is white. He was born to Karen Thompson and Stephen Thompson. Thompson's father was a tennis coach and his mother was a superannuation company.
Thompson grew up along with his sibling sister Karlie. From the age of 4, he started playing tennis with his father. Thompson completed his graduation from Oakhill College in Australia.
During his junior career, Thompson reached the finals of US Open along with his partner Nick Kyrgios and was ranked no. 18. He started his professional career from 2013 Apia International Sydney but lost the match to Guillermo Garcia Lopez. However, Thompson won his first professional match in the Australian Open.
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In 2014 Jordan Thompson played 2014 Brisbane International but ended the journey within the first match. He lost both the 2014 AAMI Classic and 2014 Australian Open. Moreover, Thompson was able to reach up to semifinals of China International Challenger. The same result continued in his 2015 career. He was able to win his first Challenger Doubles title with Ben Mitchell at Shimadzu Challenger.
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In 2016 Jordan Thompson reached the semifinals in his first tournament at New Caledonia. Thompson won his first ATP Challenger title at La Mache Challenger. Furthermore, he also won his first main draw grand slam match against in French Open. Thompson lost in the round 1 to Kyle Edmund at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
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In 2017 Jordan Thompson was able to reach the ATP tour quarterfinals of 2017 Brisbane International but got defeated by Kei Nishikori. However, he became the first Australian player to win the Brisbane International double along with his partner Thanasi Kokkinakis. Thompson recorded his first Australian Open win defeating Joao Souza in the first round however, he lost to Dominic Thiem in round 2. During his Queen's Club Championships Thompson defeated world number one Andy Murray. He won his first grass on the ATP World Tour.
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As of 2018, Jordan Thomspon lost the first round of Brisbane International, Sydney International, French Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open. He made it to two consecutive Challenge tours finals in Chennai and Kyoto. Thomspon recently reached the quarterfinal of Challenger Fairfield, US but lost to Bjorn Fratangelo.
Professional tennis player Jordan Thompson hasn't married yet. Moreover, he is not dating anyone at current. There are no any records of Thompson past relationships.
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Jordan Thompson has kept his dating life under the wraps so far. It doesn't seem that he has a girlfriend at the moment. Although Thomspon hasn't married yet and isn't dating anyone in his life, his sexuality is straight.
Jordan Thompson has made a fortune through his career as a tennis player. In 2017 he won $281,384 prize money and the prize money Thompson has won in his whole career is $1,296,739. His net worth might be around $1.5 million. He owns a Honda Civic EJ9 car. as well which is priced at $22,000.
Thompson's net worth is expected to increase in upcoming days as his career progresses. Thomson is in the early days of his career. He is yet to make his mark in tennis. He has also been sponsored by brands like New Balance tennis.
The Australian tennis player, Jordan Thompson has a perfect height of 1.83 m. Besides his profession, he loves playing rugby. He is the fan of the National Rugby League whereas his favorite team is Wests Tigers. Thomson's favorite player is Brett Hodgson. He has quite a fan following on his social media accounts like Instagram and Twitter.