PLAYER PROFILE

Alexander Crnokrak

  • Age19
  • Born24 January 2000
  • Birth PlaceGold Coast, Queensland
  • LivesGold Coast, Queensland
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachRoger Marquass
““I actually didn’t know anything about him but that just means I had to focus on my game and the things that I do really well.””

— Alexander Crnokrak, 21 Jan 2018

» Crnokrak shines in Australian Open juniors

On court

  • Started playing tennis at eight years of age
  • Won the Australian 18/u Championships in December 2017 with victory over Benard Nkomba in the final; reached the final of the same event the following year
  • Spent much of 2018 competing in the ITF Futures events
  • Singles winner at the Mapei Gold Coast Junior International, defeating Tom Evans in the final.
  • Finalist at the Rod Laver Queensland Junior Championships
  • Perfect mixed doubles partner would be Sam Stosur, because of her impressive kick serve

Off court

  • Motivated individual much like his hero, Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic

Alexander Crnokrak in the news

Maiden final for Romios
Romios2Albury
2 March, 2019

19-year-old Victorian Matthew Romios books a place in the Albury City Tennis International final.
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Bourchier opens Albury account
BourchierAlbury
27 February, 2019

Harry Bourchier continues his good form of late with a first-round win over teenage wildcard Rinky Hijikata at the Albury City Tennis International.
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Kokkinakis wins in AO qualifying opener
Thanasi Kokkinakis in action at Melbourne Park in the opening round of Australian Open 2019 qualifying (Getty Images)
8 January, 2019

Thanasi Kokkinakis moves to within two wins of the Australian Open main draw after seeing off Mohamed Safwat in straight sets on Tuesday.
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Kokkinakis, Rodionova lead Aussie charge in AO qualifying
Thanasi Kokkinakis (L) and Arina Rodionova are the highest-ranked male and female Australians taking part in Australian Open 2019 qualifying (Getty Images)
7 January, 2019

Ten men and 12 women will represent Australia in the Australian Open 2019 qualifying events, which kick off at Melbourne Park on Tuesday 8 January.
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