PLAYER PROFILE

Bradley Mousley

  • Age21
  • Born 3 January 1996
  • LivesWynn Vale, South Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
“"I'm not too worried that he's No.1 in the world. I think I'll be okay to get through if I stick to my game." ”

— Bradley Mousley, 23 Jan 2014

» Mousley chases Aussie Open hat-trick

On court

  • Began playing tennis at a young age under the watchful eye of his tennis coach father, Craig.
  • Secured the Ipswich Claycourt National u/14 singles title in 2010.
  • Claimed the ITF Gallipoi Youth Tennis Cup doubles title in 2011.
  • Captured back-to-back Queensland Junior ITF International u/18 singles titles in 2012.
  • Won the Oceania Closed Junior doubles Championships in 2012.
  • Ultimate goal is to reach world No.1.
  • Considers his strengths to be his forehand, serve and volleys.
  • Favourite tournament is the Australian Open.
  • Enjoys playing tennis because of the ‘opportunity to travel’ and ‘the challenge that it brings’.

Off court

  • Hobbies include watching AFL and listening to his iPod.

Year-end singles ranking history

2016 489
2015 558
2014 1639
2013 1656
2012 1150

Titles/Finals

Titles

2017 Brisbane F5 ITF

2016 Greece F3 ITF

Finals

2017 Mildura F1 ITF, China F5 ITF

2016 Egypt F18 ITF

2015 Turkey F24 ITF, Turkey F30 ITF

Bradley Mousley in the news

Biggest movers: Birrell back on track
Kimberly Birrell
10 October, 2017

Following her first career Pro Tour in Brisbane, Kimberly Birrell has made a huge jump in the latest release of the WTA rankings.
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Mousley claims Brisbane crown
MousleyBris
1 October, 2017

Bradley Mousley earns his first Australian Pro Title in Brisbane after defeating Queenslander Ben Mitchell.
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Ben Mitchell returns in Alice Springs
MitchellAlice
17 September, 2017

After time away from the game, Ben Mitchell returns to the Alice Springs Tennis International as the Australian Pro Tour commences.
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Biggest movers: Perez heads higher
Ellen Perez in action during the Australian Open first round of qualifying.
1 August, 2017

Ellen Perez, the young Aussie star coming through the US college system, jumped 60 places in the latest rankings after turning her attention to the ITF circuit.
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