- Born13 October 1986
- Birth PlaceVictoria, Australia
- LivesForest Hill, Victoria, Australia
“I am fortunate enough to be able to go to all these different countries every year and do something I love.”
— Sarah Calati, 14 May 2014
» Wheelchair profile: Sarah Calati
- used to play tennis as a child
- started playing wheelchair tennis in 2009
- the first time she played, she met Greg Crump at Albert Reserve tennis courts
- started out playing with very little experience pushing a wheelchair, but knew it was going to be a challenge, which she loved and wanted to keep playing and get better
- her idol is Dani Di Toro
- enjoys gardening
- works four days a week for a landscaping business as a gardener
- her weekends she keeps for some down time and catching up with friends.
- she says “My family and friends really inspire me. They’re all so hardworking and supportive. This really motivates me and I feel really lucky to have such amazing people around.”
SSC Open (Colombo), SL Open (Colombo), BNP Paribas World Team Cup Asian Qualification
New Zealand Open, SSC Open (Colombo), Slovakia Open
BNP Paribas World Team Cup Asian Qualification, Melbourne Open
Malaysian Open, DF Wheelchair Tennis Open
Sarah Calati in the news
Dylan Alcott continued his march to Paralympic gold in Rio after wins in singles and in doubles with Aussie partner Heath Davidson.
Adam Kellerman, Ben Weekes, Sarah Calati, Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson have been handed winnable opening-round assignments at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
Australia's wheelchair tennis team has practised and bonded at a training camp in Miami before heading to Rio for the 2016 Paralympics.
Australia's Sarah Calati has nabbed a place in the women's wheelchair tennis singles field at the upcoming Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.