Annerly Poulos

  • Age18
  • Born 8 January 2003
  • Birth PlaceCanberra, ACT
  • LivesCanberra, ACT
  • PlaysRight-handed
“It was really great to finally meet someone I looked up to. (Her advice was) just to enjoy it, always. Find ways, especially when you don't feel like it, to keep pushing and working hard.”

— Annerly Poulos, 21 Jan 2019

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On court

  • introduced to tennis at age three; was playing tournaments by age seven
  • Travelled to Hungary in September 2018 to represent Australia in the Junior Fed Cup finals.
  • Claimed singles victory at the 2018 Australian Winter International, defeating Megan Smith.
  • Represented Australia at the 2018 WTA Future Stars in Singapore, where she reached the 16/u singles final (also played the tournament in 2016, in the 14/u division)
  • Broke through to win the 16/u Australian Championships, as a 14-year-old qualifier, in December 2017
  • Captured her first national title with victory at the 12/u Australian Championships in 2014
  • Reached the finals of the 14/u Australian Championships three years running (2015-17)
  • Tennis idol is Serena Williams: “I love her game and personality and everything she does is so inspiring.”
  • Lists her serve as her biggest weapon
  • Goal is to be No.1 in the world and to inspire people to get involved in tennis

Annerly Poulos in the news

UTR Pro Tennis Series: Bozovic leads top-performing women
IN FORM: Alexandra Bozovic in action during a UTR Pro Tennis Series event in Sydney. Picture: Tennis Australia
23 December, 2020

Winning six UTR Pro Tennis Series titles over the past six months, Alexandra Bozovic leads the list of the series' best-performing women.
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Schoolkate advances to 18/u quarterfinals
Tristan Schoolkate (Getty Images)
5 December, 2019

Top seed Tristan Schoolkate was among the players advancing to the knock-out stages of the 18/u Australian Championships as part of the December Showdown.
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US Open: Hijikata headlines great day for Aussie juniors
Rinky Hijikata in action during the boys' singles tournament at the US Open (Getty Images)
4 September, 2019

Rinky Hijikata upsets No.3 seed Martin Damm to reach the third round of the boys' singles at Flushing Meadows before teaming with fellow Aussie Tristan Schoolkate to score a…
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Aussies in action: US Open Day 9
Tristan Schoolkate in action at the US Open (Getty Images)
3 September, 2019

Ash Barty and Sam Stosur continue their doubles campaigns at the US Open while four Australian juniors also take to the courts at Flushing Meadows.
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