Benjamin Wenzel

  • LivesCairns, Queensland
  • PlaysLeft-handed


  • Represented Australia at the BNP Paribas World Cup in Portugal in 2022 and 2023
  • Member of Australia’s winning junior team at the BNP Paribas World Cup in 2022
  • Achieved career-high junior ranking of world No.4 in January 2023
  • Made Grand Slam debut in junior competition at US Open 2023
  • Long-term goal is represent Australia at the 2032 Paralympic Games in Brisbane


  • Names Heath Davidson as his idol
  • Is also inspired by Japan’s Tokito Oda

Benjamin Wenzel in the news

Strong field to contest national wheelchair championships
Heath Davidson in action. Picture: ITF
10 November, 2023

World No.4 Heath Davidson will compete at the 2023 Australian Wheelchair Tennis National Championships, which begin today in Melbourne.
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Ebden anticipating “tough match” in US Open 2023 doubles final
Rohan Bopanna and Matt Ebden have advanced to the US Open 2023 men's doubles final. Picture: Getty Images
8 September, 2023

Doubles star Matt Ebden is among three Australians scheduled to compete on day 12 at US Open 2023.
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Ebden chasing place in US Open 2023 men’s doubles final
Matt Ebden in action at the US Open.
7 September, 2023

Matt Ebden is among four Australian players scheduled to compete on day 11 at US Open 2023.
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Aussie teen Benjamin Wenzel excited for Grand Slam debut at US Open
Benjamin Wenzel. Picture: Tennis Australia
6 September, 2023

Meet Benjamin Wenzel, a 16-year-old from Cairns, who will compete in the US Open 2023 junior wheelchair competition.
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