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ChileNicolas Jarry
Nicolas JarryChileChile
Date of birthOct 11, 1995
Height198 cm
Weight87 kg

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Nicolas Jarry Stats

Wins57% (230/407)For last 20 matchesLooses43% (230/407)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins88% (182/207)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints24% (48/200)For last 20 matches


Previous 200 vs last 20 match of Nicolas Jarry

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WinsPrevious 20054% (2343/4312)Previous 2057% (230/407)LoosesPrevious 20046% (2343/4312)Previous 2043% (230/407)Recieve winsPrevious 20088% (1909/2172)Previous 2088% (182/207)BreakpointsPrevious 20020% (434/2140)Previous 2024% (48/200)


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GamesPrevious 4312Last 407

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2343 (54%)230 (57%)

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20.28 %24.00 %

Won receiving points

0.88 %0.88 %

About Nicolas Jarry

Nicolás Jarry, an ATP Tour tennis player who was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1995, has won some singles and doubles matches. This guide will discuss the essential facts concerning Nicolas Jarry’s tennis career. It will also explain Nicolas Jarry’s score and Nicolás Jarry ATP ranking.

Nicolas Jarry Tennis Career

Nicolás Jarry's tennis career has been excellent, and he is considered one of Chile's best ever tennis players. He has participated in the Davis Cup in late 2013 and faced off against Dominican opponents, but Chile fell short. In 2013, Nicolas and Christian Garin competed in the Boys' French Open, and they advanced all the way to the finals. However, they lost the game, and Nicolás Jarry’s ranking at the end of 2013 as a junior was 18th. 

Nicolas Jarry Tennis Pro Debut and First ATP Finals

After his junior career, Nicolás Jarry went pro in 2014, making his first ATP appearance. His performance was average, suffering persistent injuries. Despite this, the Chilean player won three important ITF Futures competitions in Chile in 2016, after that, Nicolas Jarry’s ATP ranking was 330.

While Nicolas had some notable hiccups in 2017, such as missing out on the French Opens, he made his first Grand Slam appearance in the 2018 Australian Opens. In 2018 

Shanghai Masters saw him get to the third stage of the competition, defeating Marin Cilic

Nicolas Jarry First ATP Title

Nicolás Jarry’s ATP career took a positive turn in 2019, and his stats are evidence of that. He defeated Alexander Zverev, whose ATP rank was three, in the third round when he competed in the Barcelone Opens of 2019. However, he was unable to advance when he lost the next game against Daniil Medvedev

In the finals of the 2019 Geneva Opens, Nicolas played against Zverev again but could not find retribution and lost again in the tie-break of set three. Nicolas Jarry’s live score was 3–6, 6–3, 6–7 (8–10).

When the grass court season ended, Jarry returned to the clay courts; here he scored his first ATP win in the Swedish Open Men's Singles competition of 2019, raising the Nicolas Jarry ATP ranking in the lists. In the finals here, the Chilean defeated Argentine Juan Ignacio Londero, and we saw the Nicolás Jarry ranking rise to 38th worldwide.

Nicolas Jarry’s Return to Grand Slams and Top 100

Nicolas Jarry's tennis career went south in 2020. His drug test returned positive during the Davis Cup Finals of 2019. Because of this, Nicolas was suspended for the majority of the 2020 season. He only featured at the Lima Challenger Tournament during November.

2021 saw many of Nicolás Jarry’s ATP games and many Challenger tournaments as the Chilean tried to restore himself to glory. 

Nicolas Jarry’s Tennis career carried him to the Swiss Open Gstaad. He rose only to the quarterfinals but Albert Ramos-Vinolas won two of the total three sets. As of 2022, Nicolás Jarry’s ranking is 104.

Nicolas Jarry Facts

Let’s look at some facts about Nicolás Jarry : 

  • ​Early in his career, he qualified for a spot in the French Open boys' doubles championship finals in the year 2013.
  • He participated in one ATP tournament in 2015. This was his first attempt at this task.
  • The Australian Open of 2018 was his first Grand Slam.
  • 2019’s Swedish Open was his maiden ATP title victory, and Nicolas Jarry score there demonstrated his superior skills.

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