Harry Bourchier

  • Age25
  • Born24 January 1996
  • Birth PlaceTasmania, Australia
  • LivesTasmania, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachWayne Arthurs
“Having a pretty convincing win first round and then backing it up, I’m happy with my form and consistency.”

— Harry Bourchier, 12 Mar 2020

» Bourchier unbeaten in Geelong

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



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


2015 Mildura F3 ITF

Harry Bourchier in the news

Australian men inspiring each other
PROUD AUSSIES: Alex de Minaur and Nick Kyrgios. Picture: Tennis Australia
10 February, 2021

Alex de Minaur and Nick Kyrgios are proudly buoyed by the success of their Aussie peers this summer.
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Murray River Open: Kyrgios show rolls on
Nick Kyrgios competes at the Murray River Open.
3 February, 2021

Nick Kyrgios moves into the third round of the Murray River Open with a win over friend and former training partner Harry Bourchier.
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Bolt, Popyrin, Duckworth power on at Murray River Open
Alex Bolt competes at the Murray River Open in Melbourne
3 February, 2021

Australian men continue their strong start to the 2021 season in Melbourne, with Alex Bolt, Alexei Popyrin and James Duckworth advancing to the third round.
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Aussies take centre stage at jam-packed Melbourne Summer Series
Nick Kyrgios during his first-round win at the Murray River Open. Picture: Tennis Australia
3 February, 2021

There is plenty to cheer about for Aussie fans at Melbourne Park today, with 22 Australian players competing in the Melbourne Summer Series.
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