PLAYER PROFILE

Belinda Woolcock

  • Age25
  • Born24 January 1995
  • LivesMornington, (Victoria)
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachClaudia Forsyth
“I'm hoping next year will involve more WTAs and qualies of Slams, that's the goal. Just keep chipping away and see how I go.”

— Belinda Woolcock, 28 Dec 2019

» Woolcock excited for Australian summer

On court

  • Part of the winning Australian junior Fed Cup that claimed the title over Canada in 2011
  • Quarter finalist at the 2011 Optus 18s Australian Championships
  • Semi finalist at the 2012 Cairns Platinum AMT
  • Won first professional title at $60K Pro Tour event in Burnie; started in qualifying and won seven straight matches to claim the title
  • Rose more than 500 places in the WTA rankings in 2019, cracking the top 300

Off court

  • Started playing tennis at the age of five 

Year-end singles ranking history

2019 293
2018 840
2017 579
2016
2015
2014
2013 918
2012 722
2011 1134

Titles/Finals

Titles

2019 Burnie ITF

Finals

2019 Naples ITF

2017 Targu Jiu ITF

 

Belinda Woolcock in the news

Aiava holds nerve to reach final qualifying round
Destanee Aiava in action during Australian Open 2020 qualifying. (Getty Images)
16 January, 2020

Destanee Aiava seals her place in the final round of Australian Open qualifying after Storm Sanders begins the day with a thumping first-round win.
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Inglis, Aiava advance at AO qualifying
Maddison Inglis in action during the first round of Australian Open 2020 qualifying. (Getty Images)
14 January, 2020

Maddison Inglis saves four match points in an epic contest before Destanee Aiava joined her in the second round of qualifying with a brisk 78-minute win.
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Bolt, Harris set for Australian Open main draw
South Australia's Alex Bolt will bolster the local contingent at Australian Open 2020; Getty Images
13 January, 2020

With the Australian Open qualifying events about to begin, Australian wildcard recipients Alex Bolt and Andrew Harris are preparing to contest the main draw.
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Chris O’Connell: from washing boats to Aus Open main draw
Chris O'Connell is set for a second Australian Open main draw appearance; Getty Images
9 January, 2020

Rising from outside the top 1000 to world No.119 in 2019, wildcard recipient Chris O'Connell is now preparing for a second Australian Open main draw appearance.
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