Charlie Camus

  • Age15
  • Born16 October 2006
  • LivesCanberra, ACT
  • PlaysLeft-handed
“I just had to stay focused and keep fighting and not give up.”

— Charlie Camus, 16 Dec 2018

» Camus scoops 12/u Australian titles

On court

  • Winner of the 2018 12/u Australian Claycourt Championships in his hometown of Canberra
  • Won the 12/u Australian championships in both singles and doubles at Melbourne Park in December 2018
  • First picked up a tennis racquet at three years old
  • Decided he wanted to be a professional after a trip to the Australian Open as a six-year-old
  • His favourite players are all French, and include Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Gael Monfils and Lucas Pouille
  • Goals include winning a Grand Slam – especially Roland Garros – and representing Australia in Davis Cup

Off court

  • Grew up in Canberra
  • Father is French, mother is Australian
  • His father represented France in field hockey, as well as playing tennis on the side

Charlie Camus in the news

Australian juniors qualify for international world finals
GOLD MEDALLISTS: Australia's Junior Billie Jean King Cup team in India. From left, coach Louise Pleming, Emerson Jones, Lily Taylor and Sarah Rokusek.
4 May, 2022

Australian teams have qualified for the Junior Davis Cup, Junior Billie Jean King Cup and World Junior Tennis finals later this year.
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Australian junior national tennis teams begin competition in India
The Australian Junior Billie Jean King Cup team in India.
6 April, 2022

Australia's leading juniors are set to contest Asia-Pacific qualifying tournaments for team events in India this month.
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De Minaur seeks Davis Cup glory at happy hunting ground
Alex de Minaur at Ken Rosewall Arena ahead of Australia's Davis Cup tie against Hungary in Sydney. (Getty Images)
3 March, 2022

Alex de Minaur will lead Australia in the Davis Cup qualifier against Hungary with the added significance of competing on a favourite court in his home town.
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Davis Cup: Aussie team spirit strong says captain Hewitt
Australian Davis Cup captain Lleyton Hewitt speaks to media ahead of the 2022 Davis Cup Qualifier between Australia and Hungary at Ken Rosewall Arena in Sydney, Australia. (Getty Images)
2 March, 2022

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt feels team culture is thriving as the hosts prepare to take on Hungary in the upcoming Davis Cup Qualifiers tie in Sydney.
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