Peter Tramacchi

  • Age45
  • Born 8 November 1970
  • Birth PlaceGympie, Queensland
  • Playing StatusRetired

Peter turned pro in 1992 and during his time on the Tour won three Challenger singles titles, one ATP doubles title at New Haven in 1998 (w/Wayne Arthurs, AUS), and reached two more finals at Rotterdam in 1999 (w/Neil Broad, GBR) and Dubai in 2000 (w/Robbie Koenig, RSA).

He was selected as part of the Australian Davis Cup squad from 1998 to 2000.

He retired from the Tour in 2001, having achieved a career-high singles ranking of No.127 (May 1998) and No.45 in doubles (February 1999).

He was appointed as national touring coach for Tennis Australia in 2004 and in 2007 captained the winning Australian Junior Davis Cup team.

Peter is married to Gigi, the daughter of Australian tennis legend John Newcombe.

They have a son, Charlie, and a daughter, Alivia. He currently lives at Pelican Waters on the Sunshine Coast.

Peter Tramacchi 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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