Cam Norrie achieved a career-high ATP ranking of No.10 in April 2022, joining Henman, Murray and Rusedski as 4th Brit to break into Top 10. He earned 52 wins in the 2021 season and became the first Brit to win the ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title in the 46-year tournament history. Cam has won 4 ATP Tour titles at 2021 Los Cabos, 2021 Estoril, 2021 Lyon and 2021 Queen’s Club.
Before turning pro, he became the No.1 ranked collegiate player in USA at Texas Christian University.
Andy Murray became the World No.1 in singles in 2016 following a tremendous winning season. Andy has 3 Grand Slam titles to his name, winning the 2012 US Open and Wimbledon in 2013 and 2016. He won 2 Olympic gold medals in singles (2012 London, 2016 Rio) and has over 700 career wins on tour, including 14 ATP Masters 1000 titles and a Davis Cup title for Great Britain.
Jamie became the first British doubles World No.1 in April 2016. Jamie Murray has won 7 Grand Slam doubles titles and 26 tour-level doubles titles overall, including 2021 St Petersburg and Melbourne with Bruno Soares. He was a key member of the GB team which won the Davis Cup in 2015.
Since starting his doubles career, Jonny O’Mara has claimed 27 doubles titles including indoors at the ATP 250 event in Sofia and on the grass at the ATP 250 tournament in Eastbourne. He has been ranked within the top 50 on the ATP doubles rankings. In 2022, he reached the quarter finals of the mixed doubles event at Wimbledon with Alicia Barnett.
In 2022, Aidan reached a career high of 298 on the ATP rankings. In 2021 he won the ITF M25 singles title in Santo Domingo following his 2019 M15 singles victory in Singapore. Aidan has also claimed 2 Futures titles in Kuwait in 2018.
In 2021 Dan reached a career high ranking of No.22 and did not drop a set en route to his 1st ATP Tour title in Melbourne. Dan upset No.1 Djokovic en route to 2021 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo SF and reached back-to-back ATP Masters 1000 doubles finals with Neal Skupski at the Miami Open and Monte Carlo Masters in 2021. Dan also help Great Britain to their Davis Cup title in 2015.
Jack has achieved a new career-high ranking 8 times so far in 2022, breaking into the Top 200 on 21st of February and peaking at No. 94 in July. He began the 2022 season by going 23-3 on ATP Challenger Tour, winning titles at Forli-2, Forli-4, Forli-5 and St. Brieuc. He’s celebrated wins against Sinner and Bublik and this summer reached the semi-finals of the ATP 250 in Eastbourne.
Jack concluded his junior career by achieving career-high No. 7 and reaching the 2018 Wimbledon boys’ singles final.
Joe sits at the world No.1 ranking spot after winning the 2020 Australian Open and the 2021 US Open doubles titles alongside Ram. He also claimed the mixed doubles with Krawczyk becoming first player to take both titles at the US Open since Bob Bryan did so in 2010. Joe was the only Brit to qualify for 2019 and 2020 Nitto ATP Finals in London and went on to reach to 2021 final in Turin with Ram.
Neal achieved a career high ranking of No. 8 on the ATP doubles list. He won his first Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships alongside Krawczyk. In 2022 he has won 5 tour level titles so far partnering Koolhof to add to his 5 other career tournament wins.
Neal followed in his brother Ken’s footsteps, earning All-American honours at LSU in 2009 doubles, 2011 doubles and 2012 singles.
In 2022, Paul Jubb claimed his maiden ATP Challenger title at the Santa Cruz Challenger in Bolivia, without dropping a set. He then went on to reach a career high of 219 during the summer after qualifying for the ATP 500 event at Queen’s and pushing Nick Kyrios to five sets during the Wimbledon Championships.
Prior to turning pro, Paul became the first ever Brit to win the NCAA Singles National Championships while representing the University of South Carolina.