Jim Thomas (tennis)
Jim Thomas (* September 24th, 1974 in Canton ) is a former American professional tennis player.
The doubles specialist won 14 titles during his career on the ATP Challenger Tour and six at the level of the ATP Tour. In addition, he spent seven more times in an ATP final. Together with his fellow countryman Paul Goldstein, he moved into the semifinals of the 2005 U.S. Open, where they lost to later champions Bob and Mike Bryan in straight sets. This was Thomas ' best Grand Slam result.
Its highest ranking in the tennis world ranking he reached in individual with rank 288 on November 2, 1998, in a double with number 29 on 21 August 2006.