He was nicknamed “Dual Hand Luke” for his ability to serve at 130 mph with either hand on the ATP World Tour, and along with brother Murphy formed the Rock ‘N’ Roll Tennis Brothers doubles team that won the 2003 French Open title. Between 1987 and 2005, Luke Jensen won 10 ATP doubles titles in 24 finals, reaching a career-high No. 6 in the world in doubles in 1993. Jensen also reached the 1996 Australian Open and French Open mixed doubles finals with Nicole Arendt. After retiring from pro tennis, Jensen headed the Syracuse women’s tennis program and compiled a 106-53 record between 2006 and 2014. Luke and Murphy now serve as touring pros at the five-star Sea Island Resort in Georgia, and Luke also conducts more than 70 tennis clinics and charity events around the world each year, including his involvement with the Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Down Syndrome. After being the No. 1-ranked junior in singles and doubles in 1984, Jensen enjoyed a pair of All-American seasons at USC in 1986 and 1987.