Who is Sam Querrey?

Sam Querrey (Full Name Samuel Austin Querrey) is a professional tennis player. He is a big name in this sport. He usually comes in the top 100 rankings made by the ATP. Currently, he stands in the forty-fifth position. Furthermore, he is a successful player who has faced both the singles as well as the doubles field.

Quick Info
Full NameSamuel Austin Querrey
Birth Date7th of October, 1987
Birth PlaceSan Francisco, northern California
FatherMike Querrey
MotherChris Querrey
WifeAbby Kate Querrey
Height6 feet and 6 inches
Weight95 kilograms
High SchoolThousand Oaks High School
UniversityUniversity of California

Sam Querrey

Personal Information

Querrey was born on the 7th of October, 1987. This thirty-two-year-old player was born in San Francisco, which is a beautiful city in northern California, San Francisco. His father, Mike Querrey was once drafted by the Detroit Tigers to play baseball. Furthermore, Querrey’s mother is Chris Querrey. He was born in a very loving family. His parents used to call him by his nickname Sammy. He has a little sister named Ellen. Querrey’s wife is Abby Kate Querrey. The couple married on the 9th of June, 2018. The couple is expecting a child soon. His wife is a former model. Sam stands to 6 feet and 6 inches tall (198 centimetres). He is around 95 kilograms (209 lbs).


For high school education, Querrey attended the Thousand Oaks High School located in Thousand Oaks, California, U.S. He received a scholarship from the University of California however, he chose to forfeit his further education and chose to turn into a professional tennis player.

Social Media

Furthermore, Sam has Instagram as well as twitter accounts. His Instagram id is @samquerrey and his twitter id is @SamQuerrey. His twitter account has around 8000 followers. He is not very active on twitter as his last tweet was posted in 2013. His Instagram account has around 31.1k followers. He usually posts pictures of his wives and families on Instagram. His wife’s Instagram id is @abbykdixon.

Sam Querrey

The Career of Sam Querrey

Sam Querrey first turned professional at the young age of 19. For the Tour-level seasons, he played a total of seventeen matches, where he won a total of 6 matches. In the next year, he played a total of 43 matches, where he won a total of 20 matches. Furthermore, in 2008, he played a total of 52 matches with a winning record of 27 matches. The next year, he played a total of 61 matches and won 39 of it. Furthermore, in the year 2010, he played a total of 60 matches and won 38 of the matches. He then played a total of 27 matches and won 12 of the matches in 2011. In the year 2012, he played a total of 61 matches and won 37 of the matches in total.

Later, Querrey won a total of 26 matches out of 48 in 2013. In 2014, he won 25 matches out of 44 matches. He then played the same amount of matches the next year but won only 20 of it. In 2016, he played a total of 51 matches and won 28 of the matches successfully. He then played 57 matches in 2017 and won 36 matches. In 2018, Querrey won a total of 24 matches out of 46 matches in total. He then won a total of 24 matches out of 41 matches in 2019.

In challenger seasons, he played 7 matches in his debut year and won 2 of the matches. He then played a total of 34 matches in 2006 and won 25 of the matches. He then won a total of 6 matches out of the 10 he played in the year 2007.

Sam Querrey

More About His Career

Furthermore, he played 13 matches in the year 2011 and won 10 matches. In 2012, he lost only one match out of the 6 he played. Furthermore, he won all the 15 matches he played in 2014. Sam Querry’s Association of Tennis Professionals rank in his debut year was 615. In 2006, his rank rose to 130. He then again rose to the rank 63 in 2007. In 2008, his rank was 39 in the world. He has been constantly rising to this point and again rose to 25 in 2009. Furthermore, in 2010, his ATP rank was 18. However, his rank dropped in the year 2011 and was in the 93 positions.

However, he quickly redeemed back his rank and became the twenty-second in 2012. In 2013 his ranking dropped to 46. Later in 2014, he rose back to 35th rank. Furthermore, in 2015 his ATP ranking was 59. In 2016, his rank is 31 and then he came to 13th place in 2017. This is his highest ATP rank to date. In 2018, his rank dropped to 51 but he rose to the forty-fifth rate as of January 2020.

Querrey has taken part in the Australian Open for a total of 13 years. He has also played for the Roland Garros and Wimbledon for a total of 12 years. He has also been in the Olympics for a year. His average serves speed in the 2019 Wimbledon QF was 117.1, which is his highest average serve speed to date.