ITF M15 Monastir 04/19 11:50 27 Max Wiskandt v Stuart Parker 6-3,6-0
ITF M15 Monastir 04/18 10:10 26 Stuart Parker v Filip Peliwo 6-3,6-1
ITF M15 Monastir 04/17 10:35 25 Stuart Parker v Antoine Vincent 6-2,6-2
ITF M15 Monastir 04/14 09:00 29 Lukas Pokorny v Stuart Parker 7-5,6-1
ITF M15 Monastir 04/13 11:10 28 Stuart Parker v Moerani Bouzige 6-4,7-5
ITF M15 Monastir 04/12 12:50 27 Max Wiskandt v Stuart Parker 5-7,1-6
ITF M15 Monastir 04/11 11:15 26 Stuart Parker v Eliakim Coulibaly 7-5,6-4
ITF M15 Monastir 04/10 13:25 25 Stuart Parker v Max Stenzer 6-4,6-1
Challenger de Glasgow 02/16 15:15 27 Elmar Ejupovic v Stuart Parker Walkover
Challenger de Glasgow 02/15 12:20 26 Stuart Parker v Kyle Edmund 7-6,7-6
Challenger de Glasgow 02/14 12:20 25 Filip Peliwo v Stuart Parker 4-6,3-6
Challenger de Glasgow 02/12 12:20 19 Stuart Parker v Gianmarco Ferrari 7-5,7-6

Stuart Parker (born 30 July 1997) is a British tennis player.


In February and March 2021, Parker won two titles on the ITF circuit, both in Tunisia.

He was selected for a wildcard into the 2021 Queen's Club Championships – Doubles main draw partnering James Ward. He was also awarded a wildcard into the qualifying rounds of the singles and lost to Spain's Bernabé Zapata Miralles in straight sets.

He received a wildcard for the main draw of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships men's doubles alongside Ward, and a wildcard into the qualifying for the men's singles.

In September 2022, Parker won his maiden Challenger tournament in Nonthaburi, entering the main draw as a qualifier and defeating Arthur Cazaux by retirement in the final.


Parker is coached by former world No. 4 Thomas Enqvist at his base in Aix-en-Provence.