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

Bolt powers into AO Play-off semifinals
MOVING ON: Top seed Alex Bolt is into the semifinals of the AO 2020 Play-off. Picture: Getty Images
11 December, 2019

The final four is set in the AO Play-off men's singles draw, with Alex Bolt, Max Purcell, John-Patrick Smith and Maverick Banes still in contention for a coveted Australian…
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AO Play-off: Schoolkate stuns Harris in five
Tristan Schoolkate (Getty Images)
9 December, 2019

18/u Australian champion Tristan Schoolkate, a wildcard entry into the AO Play-off, upsets No.2 seed Andrew Harris in five sets on Monday at Melbourne Park.
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Inglis, Bolt top seeds for AO Play-off
Maddison Inglis (Getty Images)
8 December, 2019

Maddison Inglis and Alex Bolt head the 16-player fields for the men's and women's AO Play-off events at Melbourne Park, beginning Monday.
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Biggest movers: vast improvement for Aussie men in 2019
(L-R) Alexei Popyrin, James Duckworth, Chris O'Connell and Andrew Harris were Australian men who enjoyed notable rankings improvements in 2019. (Getty Images)
26 November, 2019

We look back at a stellar 12 months for several of Australia's men in the ATP rankings -- and celebrate the biggest movers and improvers.
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