Jack Waite

Jack Waite ( born May 1, 1969 in Madison, Wisconsin ) is a former American tennis player who was mainly successful in doubles.


Waite played since 1992, first on the ATP Satellite Tour and reached as a qualifier in his first tournament, the semi-finals. The following year, he became a professional tennis player and was able to play on the qualifications and the main draw of Challenger tournaments. In Sao Paulo for the first time succeeded him with a first round victory over Gastón Etlis a game win on the Challenger Tour. A little later, he managed to qualify for the ATP tournament in Bastad, where he smoothly defeated in the first round against Stefan Edberg. By the end of his career he played numerous qualifications, a jump into the main draw, however, it was no longer possible.

He was more successful in doubles, in 1994 he won at the side of Tom Kempers his first ATP doubles title. Two more titles followed in 1996. Throughout his career, he was moreover with changing partners in eight finals. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1997 with position 410 in the single as well as in 1997 with position 44 in doubles.

In the individual he was never able to qualify for a Grand Slam tournament. In the doubles competition, he reached in 1997 on the side of Dave Randall the second round of the U.S. Open, they lost John Laffnie de Jager and Robbie Koenig in three sets.

Tournament Win

Double ( 3)