Jamie Delgado is a British tennis coach and former professional player.
Jamie turned pro at age 18 and has won 3 ATP Challenger Tour singles and 16 ATP Challenger Tour doubles.
With a promising junior career, Jamie won the under 12 British grass-court Championships in 1989 and was the first Britton to win the 1991 under-14 Orange Bowl and captured the 1994 Queens Club junior tournament.
Alongside Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski, the trio represented Great Britain in the Davis Cup.
He coached 3 times Grand slam winner and former world no. 1 Andy Murray for 6 years and was also part of Andy’s Murrays team when he won his second Wimbledon title, Olympic medal and the world number one spot.
In 2022 Jamie coached Canadian Tennis player Denis Shapovalov.
Jamie Delgado holds the all-time male record for playing in consecutive Wimbledon tournaments, playing for the 23rd time in 2014 at the age of 37.
In 2022 Jamie covered the Qualifying rounds at Wimbledon for AELTC and commentated for the BBC as well as Wimbledon and Wimbledon Channel.
Jamie Delgado is the Tennis director at Living Pro Tennis Academy in Bisham Abbey, Great Britain and holds the position as lead player liaison role for the ITF dealing with all ATP and men’s side of tennis.