Michael Look

  • Age28
  • Born24 November 1987
  • Birth PlaceRedcliffe, Queensland
  • LivesNewport, Queensland
  • Height188 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachDavid Hodge

On Court

  • started playing tennis aged five
  • captured prestigious junior titles in Fiji, New Zealand and the Northern Territory in 2004
  • top ranked junior in Australia in 2005
  • climbed into the top 100 of the ITF Junior World Rankings in 2005
  • captured his maiden ITF Futures Pro Circuit singles titles in Alice Springs and Happy Valley in 2011
  • claimed the ITF Futures Pro Circuit doubles titles in Darwin and Kalgoolie in 2011
  • broke into the World’s top 400 in 2011
  • reached the final of ITF Futures Pro Circuit singles events in Dublin and Cairns in 2012
  • admires former World No.1’s Andre Agassi and Marat Safin
  • perfect mixed doubles partner would be Sam Stosur cause “she has a big serve and is a great doubles player”
  • favourite surface is hard court

Off court

  • parents are Kerry and Christine and he has one sister, Melissa
  • hobbies include windsurfing and watching movies


Year-end ranking singles ranking history

2013 869
2012 423
2011 349
2010 568
2004 1447



2011 Australia F11 ITF, Australia F5 ITF


2012 Ireland F1 ITF, Australia F5 ITF

2011 Australia F2 ITF

2010 Australia F5 ITF

Michael Look in the news

Rafter triumphant in ATL debut
Pat Rafter signs autographs for fans after his win for Sunshine Coast Breakers in the ATL Queensland Conference against Gavin Van Peperzeel of the Tennis Brisbane Chargers; Tennis Queensland
11 November, 2013

Aussie tennis legend and Davis Cup captain Pat Rafter headlined a tremendous opening weekend of the 2013 Asia-Pacific Tennis League's Queensland Conference.
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Leading Aussie players go head-to-head in the Qld Conference
6 November, 2013

The defending men’s and women’s champions will face stern opening round tests in the Asia Pacific Tennis League, QLD Conference when it kicks off Friday night at the Shaw…
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Photos: Ipswich Pro Tour highlights
Colin Ebelthite (R) shakes hands with Jonathon Cooper after winning the men's singles title at the City of Ipswich Tennis International; Tennis Australia
24 March, 2013

UPDATE: Check out the highlights from the draw ceremony and tennis action throughout the week at the City of Ipswich International in our latest gallery.
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Ispwich: young Aussies clinch semifinal spots
Jordan Thompson, December Showdown 2012, Optus 18s Australian Championships, 2012. JASON LOCKETT
23 March, 2013

Young Aussies Storm Sanders, Jordan Thompson and Jonathan Cooper have all progressed to the semifinals at the 2013 City of Ipswich Tennis International.
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