Results

ITF M25 Traralgon 02/23 01:50 27 [294] Luke Saville v Omar Jasika [224] 4-6,3-6
ITF M25 Traralgon 02/21 23:00 26 Luke Saville v Masamichi Imamura 5-7,7-6,7-5
ITF M25 Traralgon 02/21 02:30 25 Luke Saville v Jayden Court 6-1,6-4
Challenger Burnie 02/07 23:00 26 [276] James McCabe v Luke Saville [299] 6-4,6-4
Challenger Burnie 02/06 23:00 25 [299] Luke Saville v Benjamin Lock [348] 6-1,6-0
Challenger Burnie 02/02 03:05 27 Luke Saville v Shintaro Imai 4-6,6-7
Challenger Burnie 02/01 02:20 26 Luke Saville v Hayden Jones 7-5,4-6,6-3
Challenger Burnie 01/29 23:00 25 [257] Tristan Schoolkate v Luke Saville [311] 3-6,0-6
ATP Adelaide 01/06 23:30 14 [79] Thiago Seyboth Wild v Luke Saville [306] 1-6,6-3,6-2
Challenger Canberra 12/31 01:45 45 [190] Denis Yevseyev v Luke Saville [306] 2-6,6-1,6-3
Challenger Drummondville 11/14 19:35 25 [308] Luke Saville v Zizou Bergs [174] 1-6,1-6
Challenger Calgary 11/08 17:00 26 [430] Liam Draxl v Luke Saville [316] 6-1,6-2

Wikipedia - Luke Saville

Luke Saville (born 1 February 1994) is an Australian professional tennis player. He has had success as a doubles player where he reached his highest ranking of World No. 23 on 8 November 2021. Saville reached the final at the 2020 Australian Open, partnering with fellow Australian Max Purcell.

As a junior, Saville enjoyed a successful career in which he won two junior grand slam singles titles at the 2011 Wimbledon Championships and 2012 Australian Open. Saville is also a former junior World No. 1 and an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. In January 2013, he competed in his first ATP main draw event at the 2013 Australian Open, but has struggled in transitioning from Juniors onto the professional circuit, reaching his highest singles ranking of World No. 152.