PLAYER PROFILE

Andrew Harris

  • Age24
  • Born 7 March 1994
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Victoria
  • LivesBlackburn, Victoria
  • Height183 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachJohn Roddick
“I still have high expectations for myself, I can’t help that. I’ll just go for it, and we’ll see what happens.”

— Andrew Harris, 29 Oct 2018

» Harris shakes injury to play Canberra

On court

  • began playing tennis at the age of four; today he hopes to earn an ATP top 10 ranking
  • partnered with fellow AIS Pro Tour scholarship holder Nick Kyrgios to win the Roland Garros and Wimbledon junior boys’ doubles titles in 2012
  • prior to this, Andrew and Nick were junior boys’ doubles semifinalists at the Australian Open
  • in 2011, was a singles semifinalist at the Optus 18 Australian Championships
  • in the future Andrew wants 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
  • Coached by John Roddick, older brother of former world No.1 Andy.

Off court

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

Year-end singles ranking history

2016 N/A
2015 687
2014 654
2013 589
2012 1160
2011 1232

Titles/Finals

Titles

2017 Toowoomba F6 ITF

2013 USA F27 ITF

Finals

2017 Vietnam F3 ITF

2014 USA F17 ITF

2013 Thailand F2 ITF

Andrew Harris in the news

Biggest movers: Aussie men rise high in 2018
Alexei Popyrin rose more than 550 places in the rankings in 2018; Getty Images
21 hours ago

Strong representation in the top 50, 12 different ATP Challenger champions, 15 players enjoying major rankings improvements ... it was a banner season for Australian men's…
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Harris shakes injury to play Canberra
HarrisCanberra 2018
29 October, 2018

After missing Traralgon due to injury, Victorian Andrew Harris is back in action at the ATP Challenger in Canberra while top seed Jason Kubler is forced to withdraw.
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Biggest movers: De Minaur cracks top 50
Alex De Minaur in action during his second-round win over Pierre-Hugues Herbert at Wimbledon; Getty Images
7 August, 2018

As Alex De Minaur broke new ground in the latest ATP rankings, Ajla Tomljanovic returned to the top 60 while James Duckworth soared more than 200 places after his wins in…
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Harris returns to make Mornington semis
Andrew Harris Mornington
30 March, 2018

Victorian Andrew Harris has reached the semifinals at the ITF Futures event in Mornington, his first tournament in six weeks after injury.
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