PLAYER PROFILE

Harry Bourchier

  • Age21
  • Born24 January 1996
  • Birth PlaceTasmania, Australia
  • LivesTasmania, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachWayne Arthurs
“It was definitely a good win. I thought I played a pretty good game, served well and put pressure on his serve.”

— Harry Bourchier, 14 Mar 2015

» All-Aussie finals set in Mildura

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

Titles/Finals

Finals

2015 Mildura F3 ITF

Harry Bourchier in the news

De Waard into Canberra quarters
STEVEN DE WAARD (AUS) in action during day three of the Apis Canberra International. Match was played at the Canberra Tennis Centre in Lyneham, Canberra, ACT on Monday 31 October 2016. Photo by: Ben Southall.
16 March, 2017

Doubles specialist Steven de Waard lands in Canberra ITF Futures quarterfinal after ousting top-seed conqueror Harry Bourchier.
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Banes into Wollongong semi
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 14:  Maverick Banes of Queensland plays a backhand during his 2016 Australian Open Men's Singles Play Off match against Marinko Matosevic of Victoria at Melbourne Park on December 14, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
11 November, 2016

Maverick Banes will face Tasmanian wildcard Harry Bourchier in the Wollongong semifinals after bundling out top seed Blake Mott on Saturday.
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Mitchell, Banes, Bourchier lead Aussie assault
Ben Mitchell in action at the Canberra Tennis International; Tennis ACT
10 November, 2015

Second seed Ben Mitchell will look to continue his fine recent form at the Tennis Wollongong International, where he is joined by fellow seeded Aussies Maverick Banes and Harry…
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Biggest Movers: Thompson emerges
Jordan Thompson in action during his first round win at the Australian Open 2015 Play-off; Elizabeth Xue Bai
20 October, 2015

Jordan Thompson, Alex Bolt, Harry Bourchier and Anastasia Rodionova were among the most notable movers this week, as were stars Bernard Tomic and Sam Stosur.
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