Blake Ellis

  • Age23
  • Born 6 January 1999
  • Birth PlaceBrisbane, QLD, Australia
  • LivesBrisbane, QLD, Australia
  • Height191 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachWayne Arthurs
“It was the biggest crowd I’ve ever played in front of and it was a really good experience.”

— Blake Ellis, 28 Jan 2019

» Ellis advances in Launceston

On court

  • Enjoyed an impressive junior career, winning the Australian Open 2016 boys’ doubles title (with Alex De Minaur) and reaching the quarterfinals of the boys’ singles at Roland Garros in 2017
  • Represented Australia in Junior Davis Cup in 2015
  • Was a hitting partner and reserve player at Hopman Cup 2018, hitting with Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev and David Goffin
  • Advanced to the semifinals of the Kyoto Challenger as a qualifier in February 2018
  • Most admired player is Roger Federer
  • Aim is to crack the world’s top 100

Off court

  • watches TV to relax in his down time

Year-end singles ranking history

2021 865
2020 961
2019 863
2018 461
2017 675
2016 1542
2015 1460

Blake Ellis in the news

Ranking movers: Vukic leads rising Aussies
Aleksandar Vukic. Picture: Getty Images
16 November, 2021

Australia's Aleksandar Vukic is at a career-high world No.170 in the latest singles rankings.
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Ranking movers: James Duckworth makes top-50 debut
James Duckworth at the Paris Masters. Picture: Getty Images
8 November, 2021

In-form James Duckworth headlines an impressive group of Australian players achieving new career-high rankings this week.
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Social round-up: Proud Aussies starring at Billie Jean King Cup
Storm Sanders celebrates at the Billie Jean King Cup Finals. Picture: ITF
4 November, 2021

What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date ...
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Ranking movers: Sharma, Peers lead rising Aussies
Astra Sharma and John Peers are among the biggest ranking movers this week. Pictures: Getty Images
18 October, 2021

Astra Sharma returns to the world's top 100 in women's singles rankings this week, while John Peers re-enters the top 20 in men's doubles.
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