PLAYER PROFILE

Keegan Oh-Chee

  • Age25
  • Born24 March 1993
  • LivesEastwood, NSW, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachJoe Kubizniak

On court

  • first started competing in 2008 at the NSW Wheelchair Tennis Open
  • In 2013, won a NSW Sports Federation Award as part of the Australian Men’s Wheelchair Tennis Team
  • Along with CEO of Wheelchair Sports NSW was presented $15,000 from the Pennant Hill branch of the St Gorges bank to raise money for wheelchair sports

Titles/Finals

Titles

2017 Canberra Open

2014 Charles Sturt Open

2013 North Queensland Championships, Buenos Aires Open, Copa Fedepdif, Metropolitan Open

2011 Victorian Open

Finals

2013 DF Open Brasilia, Antofagasta Open, NSW Open

2012 NSW Open, Metropolitan Open

2011 Queensland Open, South Pacific Open, Metropolitan Open

2010 Melbourne Open

Keegan Oh-Chee in the news

Dylan Alcott leads top Aussie wheelies named for World Team Cup
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 02:  World Cup Team members pose during the Tennis Australia World Cup Team Shoot on May 2, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)
15 May, 2018

Australia’s top wheelchair tennis athletes have their sights set on gold when they head to Apeldorn, Netherlands, for the BNP Paribas World Team Cup at the end of the month.
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Adam Kellerman wins Australian Open 2018 wildcard
Adam Kellerman and Ben Weekes finalists
23 November, 2017

Adam Kellerman has taken out the Australian Wheelchair National Championships Men's division.
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Funamizu and Kellerman claim Metro Wheelchair Tennis Open titles
Photo Credit: Jensen's Tennis, City Community Tennis.
3 November, 2017

The Metropolitan Wheelchair Tennis Open has wrapped up, the tour will now head to Wollongong for the NSW Wheelchair Tennis Open.
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Australian wheelies off to Italy for World Team Cup
L-R Ben Weekes, Adam Kellerman, Vernon Cheung (coach), Keegan Oh-Chee, Stephan Rochecouste (orange boy)
1 May, 2017

Australian team off to Italy to compete in BNP Paribas World Team Cup
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