Jason Murray Kubler is an Australian professional tennis player. Due to his enormous build and strong forehand, Kubler, a former world number one junior, was usually described as a “right-handed version of Rafael Nadal.”

On May 19, 1993, he was born in Brisbane, Australia. Kubler finished unbeaten in both the Junior Davis Cup and the World Youth Cup in 2009, becoming just the second player in history to accomplish this feat. After his success at the Junior Davis Cup, Kubler’s junior ranking rose to No. 3 as a result of his five-match winning run.

In September 2008, Kubler made his professional tennis debut at the Australia F7 Futures competition on the ITF Men’s Circuit, the third level of men’s professional tennis. Kubler defeated fellow countryman Marinko Matosevic in the opening round of his professional debut after winning the qualifying round.

Kubler received wildcards into the qualifying draws for the 2010 Brisbane International and Sydney International after continuing to have success on the junior circuit, however, she was unable to claim a victory in either competition. The 2010 Australian Open was his first Grand Slam and ATP Tour appearance after being given a wildcard.

Who is Jason Kubler’s Dad John Kubler?

John Kubler’s father, John Kubler taught him how to play tennis when he was five years old, but he passed away from cancer when he was eight.


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