Connor McEvoy

  • LivesSunshine Coast, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachHeath Denmen
  • Started playing tennis aged four
  • Was inspired to start playing by his Dad, who played in Maroochydore. “I went there, had a hit and fell in love with the sport,” he says.
  • Represented Queensland in the 15-and-under Australian Team Championships in July 2023
  • Competed in Europe during 2022 and 2023 as part of Tennis Australia junior tours
  • Took part in inaugural Tennis Australia Talent Combine in September 2023
  • Lists hard courts as his favourite surface
  • Long-term goal is “to become a professional tennis player, get into the top 100 in the world, play all the Grand Slams and do really well.”
  • Names Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Alex de Minaur as his favourite players to watch
  • Says his game most resembles Alex de Minaur’s style
  • Favourite school subjects are English and maths
  • Can play the piano and guitar

Connor McEvoy in the news

Komorowski charges into 14/u Australian Junior Tour Masters singles final
Brooke Komorowski in the 14u championships at the 2023 December Showdown at Melbourne Park on Monday, December 4, 2023. Photo by TENNIS AUSTRALIA/ AARON FRANCIS
7 December, 2023

Brooke Komorowski from New South Wales is through to the 14/u girls' singles final at the 2023 December Showdown.
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McEvoy charges into semifinals at 14/u Australian Junior Tour Masters
Connor McEvoy in action at the 2023 December Showdown. Picture: Tennis Australia
19 hours ago

Queensland's Connor McEvoy is through to the 14/u boys' singles and doubles semifinals at the 2023 December Showdown.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Tomljanovic captures biggest singles title of her career
Ajla Tomljanovic celebrates her title victory in Brazil.
26 November, 2023

Australian Ajla Tomljanovic had a week to remember, winning her first singles title in more than 10 years at a WTA 125 tournament in Brazil.
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Connor McEvoy: A rising star of Australian tennis
Connor McEvoy. Picture: Tennis Australia
6 October, 2023

Meet Connor McEvoy, a 14-year-old from Queensland and one of Australia's most promising junior talents.
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