PLAYER PROFILE

Charlie Camus

  • Age13
  • 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

Camus scoops 12/u Australian titles
Charlie Camus poses with his trophy after winning the 12/u Australian singles title (photo: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
16 December, 2018

It was a fantastic day for the ACT's Charlie Camus, who won the 12/u Australian singles title before returning to court with Pavle Marinkov and claiming the 12/u doubles…
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Berezov, Gadecki to clash in 16/u final
Anastasia Berezov celebrates her victory in the 16/u Australian Championships semifinals (photo: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
15 December, 2018

Top seeds Olivia Gadecki and Anastasia Berezov will clash in the 16/u Australian Championships girls' final while No.2 seec Tai Sach made it through to the boys' final.…
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Semifinalists determined as 12/u and 16/u finals loom
Tai Sach
14 December, 2018

December Showdown 16/u and 12/u semifinals set for tomorrow.
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Top seeds through to 12/u and 16/u Championships quarterfinals
Taylah Lawless
13 December, 2018

The December Showdown continues with the 16/u and 12/u national championships, with rain forcing players to compete under the roof at the National Tennis Centre.
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