Reached the quarterfinals at the 2020 Australian Open and 2017 Wimbledon where he reached quarterfinals in both men’s and mixed doubles.
At the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Ken won the Silver Medal in Men’s Doubles and Bronze Medal in Mixed Doubles.
Played first full season in 2017 with the Mylan WTT champion Orange County Breakers, picking up Mylan WTT Male Rookie of the Year honors along the way.
A 10-time Doubles Career Finalist with 5 career wins including Budapest in 2019 with brother Neal.
Also with Neal, the brothers have captured 27 ATP Challenger doubles titles, including three in 2017 (Mestre, Nottingham and Bratislava).
Career-high ranking of No. 44 in doubles on the ATP Tour (July 2010).
Younger brother Neal is also a professional player and a former WTT Male Rookie of the Year.
As a standout at LSU, he was named ITA All-American in singles twice (2006, 2007), and in doubles in 2005. He was also named first-team All SEC all four years at LSU.
Born on April 9, 1983 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Wife, Hayley; Sons: Taylor- 6, Noah- 4, Morgan-1… Parents, Ken Sr and Mary. Younger brother, Neal, used to attend Louisiana State University and is now an ATP pro. Graduated from Louisiana State University in May 2007. NCAA Doubles finalist 2005 and Two-time Southeastern Conference Coaches Indoor Champion (only player in the history of the Southeastern Conference to win back-to-back titles). Fourth winningest player in the school’s history with 107 wins. Six-time All-American (two Singles, one Doubles and three Academic). Is a big fan of Liverpool Football Club. Ken is an avid golfer and has a handicap of six.