Mark Knowles

Mark Knowles ( born September 4, 1971 in Nassau ) is a retired Bahamian tennis player.


Mark Knowles began his pro career in 1992. Early age, he focused on the tennis doubles and was on 24 June 2002 for the first time the No. 1 doubles world ranking. With his doubles partner, the Canadian Daniel Nestor, he could decide the 2002 Australian Open, 2004 U.S. Open and 2007 French Open for themselves. According to the 2007 U.S. Open Knowles and Nestor ended the collaboration. He then played three years with the Indian tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi, before he was able to win two more titles with Mardy Fish and Xavier Malisse. Following the U.S. Open 2012 Knowles ended his career. He reached 13 Grand Slam finals and won 55 titles in doubles, where he won his 744 double lots and 379 lost.

Knowles played more than 13 years for the Davis Cup team of the Bahamas and took 1992-2008 at five Olympic Games part. He has 29 games Most games in his country and is also the most successful player with a total of 41 wins ( including 23 in singles and 18 in doubles).

Successes ATP Tour




Mark Knowles is married and has three children, two sons and a daughter.