Profile: Dominic Inglot

Dominic Inglot

Key Facts

Date of Birth: 06/03/1986
Birthplace: London, England
Residence: London, England
Height: 1.98 m / 6′ 6″
Plays: Right-handed (one-handed backhand)
Status: Active
Career: 2004 – Present
Prize Money: $1,065,681




Dominic Inglot is a British professional tennis player who specialises in playing doubles and is currently British No. 2 in doubles. As a Junior, he represented Middlesex County and also played on the international stage with England and Great Britain. In school, he also played volleyball and captained the London Volleyball team.


He has made the final of eight ATP Challenger Tour Events winning five, and has made the final of fourteen ATP Tour events, winning six, including the Citi Open and Swiss Indoors partnering Treat Huey. Also known as ‘Dom the Bomb’ due to having one of the biggest serves in the game.


Inglot made his debut in the Great Britain Davis Cup squad for the 2014 World Group first round tie against the United States. He also played in the 2015 Davis Cup first round tie against the United States, and joined the team for the Final against Belgium. Great Britain won the Davis Cup in 2015, and this was the nation’s first success in the tournament for 79 years.


In 2016, Inglot and Daniel Nestor won the Nottingham Open in their second tournament together. The year’s second title came in September when Inglot compete with Henri Kontinen at the St. Petersburg Open.



Career Stats


Career titles: N/A
Current ranking: N/A


Career titles: 6 ATP
Current ranking: 38




The 2015 Davis Cup team won Team of the Year Award at at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year



Fun Facts

Inglot competed in Rio 2016 for Great Britain in Tennis Men’s Doubles.
In the 2004 film, Wimbledon, he was selected as the tennis double for the actor Paul Bettany, whose character was a British tennis player who won Wimbledon with a wild-card entry.

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