Christopher Eubanks came to the attention of sports fans at Wimbledon this year with an astonishing run to the quarterfinals, where he eliminated Cameron Norrie in the second round and Stefanos Tsitsipas in the R16 before going out to No.3-ranked Daniil Medvedev in five sets. Leading up to The Championships, he won his first ATP Tour singles title on grass at Mallorca, and will make his first appearance with Team World as an alternate on John McEnroe’s six-man bench in Vancouver.
Christopher has been playing tennis since the age of two, and competed for Georgia Tech from 2015-2017 while he studied business. He was a two-time American and twice named ACC Player of the Year. His favorite surface is hard court, and his idols growing up were Roger Federer and Arthur Ashe.
Eubanks recorded his second major main-draw win at the 2023 Australian Open after defeating Soonwoo Kwon in five sets. He defeated 17th seed Borna Coric to move into the third round at Miami and reached the quarterfinals there after defeating Adrian Mannarino in straight sets, his best-ever ATP Masters 1000 result. Eubanks qualified for his first grasscourt tournament at Stuttgart and the following week he won the tournament at Mallorca, his first ATP singles titles. His ranking improved to a career-high No.29 in July, 2023 after an incredible run to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon.
2023 Season Highlights
Quarterfinals: Atlanta, Wimbledon, Miami
R2: Australian Open