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

Junior ranking movers: Emerson Jones rises to world No.2
Emerson Jones. Picture: Tennis Australia
29 May, 2024

Gold Coast talent Emerson Jones becomes the highest-ranked Australian in the ITF junior girls' rankings since Ash Barty in 2011.
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Australian teams record podium finishes at 2024 World Team Cup
Finn Broadbent and Heath Davidson celebrate with captain Francois Vogelsberger. Picture: ITF
13 May, 2024

The Australian wheelchair tennis teams took home silver and bronze medals at the prestigious World Team Cup in Turkey.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Birrell scores top-100 victory to claim ITF title in Japan
Kimberly Birrell celebrates winning an ITF 75 title in Japan.
13 May, 2024

Australian Kimberly Birrell dropped only a single set during an impressive run at an ITF 75 tournament in Fukuoka this week.
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Davidson declares “we are ready to hit the court and hopefully make Australia proud”
Heath Davidson loves representing Australia. Picture: Tennis Australia
7 May, 2024

Heath Davidson is among five Australian wheelchair tennis players competing at the World Team Cup in Turkey this week.
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