PLAYER PROFILE

Casey Hoole

  • Age17
  • Born28 February 2003
  • Birth PlaceBrisbane, Queensland
  • PlaysRight-handed

ON COURT

  • Represented Australia at the Longines Future Tennis Aces event in Paris in 2015
  • Reached the final of the 2017 14/u Australian Championships
  • First started tennis lessons aged 10
  • Favourite shot is his backhand down the line

OFF COURT

  • Tennis (and golf) is in his blood; his uncle is former Australian tennis and golf pro Scott Draper
  • Was lucky enough to toss the coin for Roger Federer’s 2013 semifinal showdown with Andy Murray at the Australian Open
  • Favourite players are Rafael Nadal and Lleyton Hewitt because of their mental strength
  • His goal in tennis is to do the best that he can, and hopefully become No.1 in the world

Casey Hoole in the news

Gibson, Walker, Preston into 16/u quarterfinals
Talia Gibson in action at the December Showdown at Melbourne Park. (Getty Images)
12 December, 2019

Top seed Talia Gibson, third seed Lara Walker and 14/u champion Taylah Preston win through to the quarterfinals of the 16/u Australian Championships in Melbourne,
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White, Berezov claim 14/u Australian titles
Anastasia Berezov (L) and Cooper White pose with their 14/u Australian Championships trophies at Melbourne Park (photo credit Elizabeth Xue Bai)
7 December, 2017

Top seeds Cooper White and Anastasia Berezov are the Australian 14/u champions after winning their finals on Thursday at Melbourne Park.
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Dellavedova on track in 18/u champs
Matthew Dellavedova in action during the 18/u Australian Championships as part of the December Showdown at Melbourne Park; Elizabeth Xue Bai
6 December, 2017

Top seed Matthew Dellavedova kept his unbeaten run alive at the 18/u Australian Championships and will head into the knockout stage of the event full of confidence.
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December Showdown: high seeds cruise in boys’ 14/u champs
Edward Vo in action during the final of the boys' 14/u Australian Championships; Elizabeth Xu Bai
4 December, 2017

No.2 seed Casey Hoole and third seed Edward Vo on Monday joined top seed Cooper White in the second round of the 14/u Australian Championships at Melbourne Park.
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