Olivia Tjandramulia

  • Age19
  • Born11 May 1997
  • Birth PlaceJakarta, Indonesia
  • LivesQueensland, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachDean Toparis, Judy Tjandramulia
“I did get a bit of tightness in the first and third set which made it pretty close. Hopefully that won’t happen again [in the final] tomorrow.”

— Olivia Tjandramulia, 12 Dec 2014

» Olivia gets physical as 18s semis go the distance

On court

  • started playing tennis when she was four years old
  • realised she was good enough at age 12 to pursue a professional career
  • in 2012, won the girls singles at the Optus 12s and 14s National Grasscourts Championships
  • was a finalist in 2012 at the Optus 16s National Claycourt Championships
  • loves doing kick serves, just like tennis idol Sam Stosur
  • feels her game most closely resembles those of Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic and Kim Clijsters
  • her dream tennis scenario would be victory over Williams on Rod Laver Arena at the Australian Open
  • professional goal is to become world No.1 and make a living out of tennis

Off court

  • loves travelling; thinks Paris is the most beautiful city to play in
  • best piece of advice she’s received is to stay calm and put 100% into everything
  • her perfect day would involve winning a Grand Slam final

Year-end rankings history

2015 533
2014 991
2013 774



2015 Cairns ITF

2014 Yeongwol ITF

Olivia Tjandramulia in the news

Biggest movers: Duckworth gaining momentum
James Duckworth in action at the ATP Winston-Salem Open; Getty Images
13 September, 2016

James Duckworth was rewarded for his impressive summer hardcourt season in the States, while Marinko Matosevic and Olivia Tjandramulia made significant moves.
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Australian Pro Tour to get underway on Tweed Coast
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 04: Priscilla Hon of Australia plays a foehand against Samantha Crawford of the United States during day two of the 2016 Brisbane International at Pat Rafter Arena on January 4, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia.  (Photo by Matt Roberts/Getty Images)
13 September, 2016

Tweed Coast Tennis International to offer increased prize money this year.
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Biggest movers: milestones for Aussie stars
Marinko Matosevic in action at the Australian Open 2016 Play-off; Getty Images
10 May, 2016

Nick Kyrgios is back in the top 20, Sam Stosur is nearly back there herself, Daria Gavrilova continues to ascend and Marinko Matosevic is making his way back.
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Biggest movers: Australia’s new No.1
Nick Kyrgios celebrates his quarterfinal victory over Milos Raonic at the Miami Open; Getty Images
4 April, 2016

Nick Kyrgios is now Australia’s highest-ranked player.
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