JJ Wolf
JJ  Wolf


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Cincinnati Country Day

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 170


JJ Wolf Wins USA34 Futures in Harlingen

This was Wolf's first title in a professional event


Wolf Advances to Final at USTA Championship

Buckeye sophomore competes for title and spot in US Open


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics


Ohio State Athletics Good Stuff

Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics

Ohio State Career Honors - 2017 First team All-Big Ten … 2017 Big Ten Freshman of the Year … 2017 ITA Midwest Region Rookie of the Year ... 2017 ITA Scholar-Athlete

2016-17 (Freshman)

Joined the team in January after graduating high school early and had a tremendous first season … Played at the top of the lineup all spring and finished with a record of 16-7 … Broke into the singles rankings in mid-March and rose to as high as No. 41 and received a bid for the NCAA Singles Championship … Finished the year ranked No. 50 … Also had a good doubles season, going 12-5 and winning his only match at the No. 1 spot … Opened the year by going undefeated in his first 16 matches and registering six wins … Picked up his first win of the year over a ranked opponent when he defeated No. 70 Harrison Scott of Texas 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 in Austin … Went 9-2 in his first run through the Big Ten, including a huge win over No. 32 Aron Hiltzik of Illinois as he provided the winning point a 4-3 victory by claiming the match in a third-set tiebreak … Provided the same result when he beat then No. 32 Andrew Harris of Oklahoma in the NCAA round of 16 as he came back to win the third set in a tiebreak to push the Buckeyes into the quarterfinals with a 4-3 victory … Played doubles sparingly through the first two months, going 2-1 in that span … Began playing primarily with Hunter Tubert midway through the Big Ten season and went on a run of seven wins in a nine-match span with just one loss … Defeated Collin Altamirano and J.C. Aragone of Virginia in the team’s NCAA semifinal match to help secure the doubles point for the Buckeyes

Prior to Ohio State 

Ranked No. 3 in the 2017 class by Tennisrecruiting.net … Won the 2016 National Hardcourt doubles title with fellow 2017 signee John McNally and competed in the main draw of the men’s US Open Grand Slam Doubles in 2016 … Has been ranked in the top-5 of his recruiting class since he was 10 years old and has been ranked as high as 14 in the ITF world junior rankings … Had a tremendous 2016 as in addition to his national doubles titles with McNally, he played in three of the four Junior Grand Slams -- US Open, Wimbledon, and French Open – and reached the round of 16 at the US Open after reaching the round of 32 the previous year … Won multiple matches over top-10 ITF junior players in 2016 … Also won the 2016 ITF Grade One Coffee Bowl singles title, was a finalist at the ITF 36th Asuncion Bowl Grade One and a semifinalist in the ITF Grade One 38° Torneo Internazionale "Città Di Santa Croce" Mauro Sabatini … Enjoyed similar success in 2015, winning the singles title and was a doubles finalist at the Boy’s 16 Winter Nationals after winning both titles at the National Selection Orlando, Florida Boy’s 18.


Full name is Jeffrey John Wolf ... A two-sport standout at Cincinnati Country Day in both tennis and soccer … Coached by his father Jeff Wolf and David Kass, who was a three-time collegiate All-American and was ranked as high as 288 in the ATP singles rankings … Grandfather Charles played football at Notre Dame … Father Jeff played basketball at Rollins College and is a member of the school’s athletics hall of fame … Mother Brooke was an All-MAC tennis player at Miami … Sister Danielle is currently a sophomore on the Ohio State women’s tennis team.