Belinda Woolcock

  • Age22
  • Born24 January 1995
  • LivesMornington, (Victoria)
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachNicole Pratt & Will Coghlan
“Astra and I have worked so hard together, we’ve had some tough times during the Australian Open pro series, and we have learnt so much. This week it just came together. I can’t wait to get out there.”

— Belinda Woolcock, 15 Dec 2017

» Sharma, Woolcock win Australian Open doubles wildcard

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

Off court

  • Started playing tennis at the age of five 

Year-end singles ranking history

2013 918
2012 722
2011 1134




2017 Targu Jiu ITF


Belinda Woolcock in the news

Sharma, Woolcock win Australian Open doubles wildcard
Belinda Woolcock (L) and Astra Sharma pose with their Australian Open player accreditations after winning the women's doubles AO Play-off event at Melbourne Park (photo credit Elizabeth Xue Bai)
15 December, 2017

Astra Sharma and Belinda Woolcock defeated Destanee Aiava and Tammi Patterson to secure a main-draw wildcard in the women's doubles at Australian Open 2018.
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McPhee stuns Rogowska in AO Play-off
Kaylah Mcphee in action during her first-round victory over Olivia Rogowska at the Australian Open 2016 Play-off; Getty Images
15 December, 2015

Teenager Kaylah Mcphee has blown the women's draw wide open with a straight-sets drubbing of No.1 seed Olivia Rogowska in the first round of the Australian Open 2016 Play-off.
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Woolcock finding form
Belinda Woolcock, December Showdown 2012, Optus 18s Australian Championships. XUE BAI
5 December, 2012

Victoria’s Belinda Woolcock continued her stunning form in the Optus 18s Australian Championships with a confident 6-1 6-2 win over fifth seed Lizette Cabrera of Queensland on…
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Top juniors to battle for Optus 18s titles
Thanasi Kokkinakis in action during the semifinals of the Junior Davis Cup world finals; photo Srdjan Stevanovic
3 December, 2012

Australia’s best 18-and-under players will be out in force for the 2012 Optus 18s Australian Championships when the event begins tomorrow at Melbourne Park.
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