Neal Skupski is a professional tennis player from the United Kingdom who competes primarily in doubles. In June of 2022, he reached his career-high ATP ranking of world No. 8 in doubles, and he is now ranked second in the United Kingdom.
On the ATP Tour, Skupski has won 11 titles, including the 2022 Madrid Masters, which he won in partnership with Wesley Koolhof.
In mixed doubles competition at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, he and Desirae Krawczyk won his first Grand Slam title.
The following year, at the 2019 US Open, he and Desirae Krawczyk advanced to the semifinals of the men’s doubles competition. Skupski has also advanced to the finals of four further Masters 1000 tournaments.
He is the younger brother of another tennis player Ken Skupski, and the two of them have routinely competed against one another on the ATP Tour.
The 2021 Mexican Open was one of the tournaments that they won together. Since 2019, Skupski has been a member of the Great Britain team competing in the Davis Cup. He also took part in the Olympic Games in 2020.
Skupski is a Liverpool native who attended King David High School. His father, Ken Sr., is a retired police officer of Polish heritage, while his mother, Mary, is an avid golfer.
Neal is the younger brother of Ken Skupski Jr., with whom he has collaborated on a regular basis since 2013.
He played in a few matches in 2010 and 2011, then took a year off to complete his degree at Louisiana State University, where he studied sports administration and played college tennis, before going professional in 2013.
How old is Neal Skupski?
Neal Skupski was born on December 1, 1989. Neal is 32 years old.