PLAYER PROFILE

Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz

  • Age17
  • Born11 September 2004
  • Birth PlaceGlengowrie, SA
  • PlaysRight-handed
“It was a great opportunity. I learned a lot from that match and hopefully I can take it into next ones.”

— Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz, 16 Feb 2019

» Kempenaers-Pocz stopped in Port Pirie semi

ON COURT

  • Introduced to tennis at age five by her parents, who played quite a bit
  • Reached the semifinals of the 14/u WTA Future Stars tournament in Singapore in October 2018
  • Selected to represent Australia at the 2017 ITF World Junior Tennis finals in the Czech Republic as a 12-year-old.
  • Won the 14/u Australian Championships singles title at Melbourne Park in 2017; runner-up in 2018
  • Singles winner at the 2017 14/u Australian Claycourt Championships
  • Favourite shot is her forehand
  • Goal is to “maybe get to the top 10, but just stay as positive as I can and keep going.”

OFF COURT

  • Grew up in Glengowrie, South Australia
  • Recipient of the Primary School Sports Award at the SA Sports Award Gala in 2015
  • Favourite player is Serena Williams: “because she’s aggressive and stays very confident”

Charlotte Kempenaers-Pocz in the news

Roland Garros 2022: Ebden and Stosur lead Aussie charge on day nine
Matt Ebden and Sam Stosur at Roland Garros.
30 May, 2022

Aussie duo Matt Ebden and Sam Stosur feature in mixed doubles quarterfinals on day nine at Roland Garros 2022.
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Roland Garros 2022: Five Aussies to compete on day eight
Ajla Tomljanovic at Roland Garros. Picture: Getty Images
29 May, 2022

Ajla Tomljanovic is among five Aussie females scheduled to play on day eight at Roland Garros 2022.
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Roland Garros 2022: Six Aussies in action on day five
Ajla Tomljanovic in action at Roland Garros. Picture: Getty Images
26 May, 2022

Ajla Tomljanovic is among six Australians scheduled to compete on day five at Roland Garros 2022.
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Doubles draws set for Roland Garros 2022
Grand Slam champions Thanasi Kokkinakis and Sam Stosur are among 14 Australians playing doubles at Roland Garros 2022. Pictures: Getty Images
22 May, 2022

Fourteen Australians (seven women and seven men) will contest the Roland Garros 2022 men's and women's doubles competitions.
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