Lyann Hoang

  • Age20
  • Born15 February 1996
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
  • LivesBrisbane, Queensland
  • Height167 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachSean Fyfe

On court

  • started playing tennis aged seven at the West Brisbane Tennis Centre
  • represented Australia in the 2010 World Junior Teams Competition, winning the bronze medal
  • claimed her maiden ITF junior doubles title, winning the Queensland Winter International with partner Ellen Perez in 2012
  • goal is to represent Australia in Federation Cup and win Wimbledon
  • admires Andy Roddick “because he is a great competitor and great sportsman”
  • parents have had the strongest influence on her career to date because of the support they have given her
  • enjoys “competing, travelling and meeting new people”
  • favourite surface is hard court

Off court

  • Hobbies include playing touch football and athletics






Lyann Hoang in the news

ATL set for exciting 2013 season
Olivia Lukaszewicz (L) of the Flagstaff Freighters and Sam Groth of the Liston Seagulls, captains of the winning teams in the 2012-2013 ATL season; Tennis Australia
19 August, 2013

A stellar line-up of current and past players, including Pat Rafter, has set the scene for an exciting season of the Asia-Pacific Tennis League to begin on 8 November.
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Top seeds progress in Optus 16s event
Bradley Mousley in action during the 2012 Optus 16 Australian Championships at Melbourne Park; Matt Johnson
13 December, 2012

The top seeds went about their winning ways as Optus 16s Australian Championships action continued at Melbourne Park, writes Alana Mitchelson.
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Sharks, Chargers win ATL Queensland conference
Lizette Cabrera. Optus 16s Australian Championships. Mae Dumrigue
27 November, 2012

The Shaw Park Sharks and Tennis Brisbane Chargers have won the inaugural Queensland Conference final of the Asia-Pacific Tennis League.
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Three Victorians into Optus 14s finals
6 December, 2010

Tasmania's Harry Bourchier and Victoria's Daniel Guccione swept aside Bradley Mousley and Lawrence Bataljin of South Australia respectively to set up a meeting in…
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