PLAYER PROFILE

Mitchell Robins

  • Age1921
  • Born13 July 1996
  • Birth PlaceBrisbane, QLD, Australia
  • LivesBrisbane, QLD, Australia

On court

  • qualified for his first professional-level events in 2014, winning through to the main draw at Australian Pro Tour events in Cairns and Toowoomba
  • feels his game most close resembles that of Novak Djokovic
  • toughest opponent he’s faced is American Jarmere Jenkins
  • dream tennis scenario would be to win Wimbledon
  • professional goals include cracking the world’s top 10 and winning a Grand Slam title

Off court

  • best piece of advice he’s received is that everything happens for a reason
  • perfect day would involve sleeping in, buffet breakfast lunch and dinner, and staying at home all day watching movies

Year-end ranking history

2014 1839

Mitchell Robins in the news

Chargers make history with fourth ATL Conference win
Banes-BH
7 December, 2015

The Brisbane Chargers beat the Sunshine Coast Breakers to defend their record of winning every Conference title since the Asia-Pacific Tennis League's inception in 2012.
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Bourchier set for battle as Adelaide International gets underway
Harry Bourchier plays a backhand en route to victory in the semifinals of the 2014 18/u Australian Championships at Melbourne Park; Getty Images
24 February, 2015

Unseeded Tasmanian teenager Harry Bourchier will face qualifier Aaron Addison in the opening round as the 2015 Coopers Adelaide International gets underway on Tuesday.
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Bourchier survives to reach second straight 18s final
Harry Bourchier plays a backhand en route to victory in the semifinals of the 2014 18/u Australian Championships at Melbourne Park; Getty Images
12 December, 2014

Top seed Harry Bourchier has come through a tough three-set semifinal to set up a boys' 18/u Australian Championships decider against No.2 seed Marc Polmans.
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Persistence pays for Polmans
Marc Polmans needed his best tennis to book a place in the 18/u Australian Championships; Elizabeth Xue Bai
11 December, 2014

Marc Polmans staved off the crafty Mitchell Harper as semifinals were set at the 18/u Australian Championships.
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