PLAYER PROFILE

Amber Marshall

  • Age19
  • Born19 July 2001
  • Birth PlaceGulfview Heights, SA
  • PlaysRight-handed
“I’ve been playing pretty well lately so I’m hoping it’s a level I can sustain.”

— Amber Marshall, 5 Feb 2020

» Marshall through in Launceston

On court

  • Won the 14/u Australian Championships singles title in 2015
  • A career highlight was playing Australian Open juniors in 2018; she reached the third round of the girls’ singles
  • Champion at the 2018 Oceania Closed Junior Championships for her fourth ITF junior singles title in a row
  • Cracked the ITF junior top 100 in August 2018
  • Semifinalist at the 2018 18/u Australian Winter International
  • Lists her forehand as her biggest weapon

Off court

  • Has always dreamed of competing at the Australian Open

Amber Marshall in the news

Bolt sprints to Launceston quarterfinal
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6 February, 2020

Alex Bolt secures his quarterfinal place in Launceston, taking out Zimbabwean Benjamin Lock in under an hour.
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Marshall through in Launceston
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5 February, 2020

18-year-old South Australian wildcard, Amber Marshall, has celebrated an early win in Launceston.
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Wildcard Popovic ousts top seed in Burnie
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 14: Ivana Popovic of Australia plays a backhand in her match against Ana Bogdan of Romania during 2020 Australian Open Qualifying at Melbourne Park on January 14, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)
29 January, 2020

Teenager Ivana Popovic claims the biggest scalp of her fledgling career, bundling out Spain’s Sara Sorribes Tormo in Burnie.
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Smith v Purcell in AO Play-off final
Max Purcell (R) and John-Patrick Smith won their AO Play-off semifinals on Friday at Melbourne Park. (Photo: Elizabeth Bai/Tennis Australia)
13 December, 2019

After coming through their semifinals in straight sets on Friday, Max Purcell and John-Patrick Smith will go head-to-head for an Australian Open main draw wildcard.
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