|Name Josh Goodall|
Turned pro 2004
Career titles 0
Weight 74 kg
|Career record 1–15|
Height 1.88 m
Prize money US$428,326
Role Tennis Player
|Residence Basingstoke, England, United Kingdom|
Born 17 October 1985 (age 30) Basingstoke, England (1985-10-17)
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Country (sports) Great Britain England
British tennis players josh goodall chris eaton win in sheffield
Joshua Jake Goodall (born 17 October 1985) is a retired English tennis player, former British no 2 and Davis Cup player. He is currently a tennis coach.
- British tennis players josh goodall chris eaton win in sheffield
- Alexis canter tennis points with josh goodall and tom burn 2013
- Personal life
Alexis canter tennis points with josh goodall and tom burn 2013
Goodall attended Cranbourne School, now called Cranbourne Business and Enterprise College. His parents remortgaged their house five times to support his tennis career.
On 23 June 2007 Goodall reached his only ATP (World) Tour final, in doubles, at the Nottingham Open. He and partner Ross Hutchins lost that match in three sets 6–4, 3–6, [5–10] to Eric Butorac and Jamie Murray.
Goodall was British no 2, behind Andy Murray from 13 August 2012 with a world ranking of 196, until 19 November 2012.
Goodall played Davis Cup twice, in the 2009 Europe/Africa Zone Group I first round against Ukraine and the 2012 Europe/Africa Zone Group I second round against Belgium. At the Belgium tie, Goodall was the British no 1, in the absence of Andy Murray.