Andrew Harris

  • Age29
  • Born 7 March 1994
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
  • LivesBlackburn, Victoria
  • Height183 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
“I feel like I’ve got a good ability to dig out matches from some tough spots – go to another level – and I was able to do that today.”

— Andrew Harris, 7 Jan 2019

» Harris moves ahead in Canberra

On court

  • began playing tennis at the age of four; hopes to earn an ATP top 100 ranking
  • partnered with Nick Kyrgios to win the Roland Garros and Wimbledon junior boys’ doubles titles in 2012
  • Harris and Kyrgios were also junior boys’ doubles semifinalists at Australian Open 2012
  • in 2011, was a singles semifinalist at the Optus 18 Australian Championships
  • Harris hopes to represent Australia at the Davis Cup
  • most memorable tennis match was when he played in a four-hour epic against Serbian Pedja Krstin, finally winning 6-7 7-6 6-3
  • came through the US college system, graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a business marketing degree in 2017
  • cracked top 200 in August in a breakthrough 2019 season during which he reached three ATP Challenger finals (Chennai, Busan, Traralgon)
  • made Grand Slam main draw as a wildcard at Australian Open 2020
  • focused increasingly on doubles since 2022
  • broke into the world’s top 100 in doubles in September 2023

Off court

  • son of former WTA top 25 player Anne Minter, who reached the Australian Open quarterfinals in 1988

Year-end ranking history

2022 674
2021 375
2020 229
2019 159
2018 400
2017 490
2015 676
2014 642
2013 589
2012 1160
2011 1232

Andrew Harris in the news

Australian men achieve 25-year first in year-end singles rankings
Alex de Minaur. Picture: Getty Images
4 December, 2023

Alex de Minaur is among eight Australian men to finish the 2023 season inside the top 100 in singles, the most to achieve this feat since 1998.
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Aussie weekly wrap: In-form Duckworth continues late-season surge
James Duckworth. Picture: Tennis Australia
19 November, 2023

James Duckworth is edging closer to a top-100 return after reaching another ATP Challenger singles final in Canada this week.
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Purcell wins all-Australian opening-round battle at Sofia
Max Purcell in action. Picture: Getty Images
7 November, 2023

Australian Max Purcell eliminates compatriot Rinky Hijikata in the opening round at an ATP 250 tournament in Bulgaria.
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Ranking movers: Duckworth soars after winning back-to-back titles
James Duckworth in action at Playford. Picture: Tennis SA
30 October, 2023

Australian James Duckworth is edging closer to a top-100 return in the latest ATP Tour singles rankings.
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