Joe Salisbury Illness: What Disease Does Joe Salisbury Have?

Joe Salisbury was born on 20 April 1992 in London. He is a British professional tennis player who is currently ranked world number 1 in doubles.

With Rajeev Ram as his partner, he has won 2020 Australian Open and the 2021 US Open in the men’s doubles. He is a four-time Grand Slam champion. He has also under his belt the 2021 French and US Open mixed doubles titles alongside Desirae Krawcyzk.

Salisbury is the third British to be world number 1 in either singles or doubles after brothers Jamie and Andy Murray.

Joe Salisbury
Joe Salisbury

On the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour, he has won nine doubles titles. He is an Olympian, having represented Great Britain at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics alongside Andy Murray.

Joe Salisbury Illness: What Disease Does Joe Salisbury Have?

Joe Salisbury was diagnosed with granular fever in his mid-teens to late teens which resulted in a year’s break from the game of tennis. He has however overcome it and is going strong.

Salisbury graduated from King’s College School, Wimbledon in 2010 and went to college at the University of Memphis. He turned professional in 2014 and is currently being coached by David O’Hare and Justin Sherring.

He lives in London, England.

Source: Kingaziz.com