PLAYER PROFILE

Harry Bourchier

  • Age23
  • Born24 January 1996
  • Birth PlaceTasmania, Australia
  • LivesTasmania, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachWayne Arthurs
“After winning last week, I knew I had a good opportunity. It's just about the belief that I know I can do it and back it up daily.”

— Harry Bourchier, 31 Mar 2019

» Mornington double for Bourchier

On court

  • started playing tennis at the age of six
  • In 2012, won both the 16s singles and doubles at the Optus National Claycourt Championships
  • followed a strong 2011 season, where he won the 16s boys doubles event at the Optus Australian Championships
  • made the semifinals of the 2011 boys singles in the Optus 18s Australian Championships
  • favourite player is Rafael Nadal because of his ‘great intensity’
  • preferred playing surface is the bright blue courts of Melbourne Park
  • won first two professional titles in 2019 with back-to-back triumphs at the Mornington Pro Tour events

Titles/Finals

Titles

2019 Mornington #1 ITF, Mornington #2 ITF, Singapore ITF, Hengyang ITF

Finals

2015 Mildura F3 ITF

Harry Bourchier in the news

Sweeny riding high in Toowoomba
SweenyToowoomba
9 October, 2019

After defeating the top seed in an opening round, local teen Dane Sweeny now faces Frenchman Alexis Musialek to reach a maiden Australian Pro Tour quarterfinal.
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Biggest movers: Stosur returns to top 100
Sam Stosur in action during the WTA Guangzhou Open final (Getty Images)
23 September, 2019

Sam Stosur's jump to world No.92 puts her on track for a 16th consecutive top-100 season, while Christopher O'Connell cracks the top 200.
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Biggest movers: McPhee nears top 200, Barty back to No.1
Kaylah McPhee in action during her first-round victory in qualifying at the Australian Open (Getty Images)
11 September, 2019

Kaylah McPhee continues her stunning rise in the rankings, one of several Aussies making big improvements this week. Ash Barty reclaims her spot at the top of the WTA list.
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Biggest movers: Kyrgios Aussie men’s No.1
Nick Kyrgios celebrates his ATP title in Washington DC (Getty Images)
6 August, 2019

Nick Kyrgios' return to the world's top 30 this week has also seen him once again become Australia's No.1 male player.
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