PLAYER PROFILE

Olivia Tjandramulia

  • Age22
  • Born11 May 1997
  • Birth PlaceJakarta, Indonesia
  • LivesQueensland, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachDean Toparis, Judy Tjandramulia
“I did get a bit of tightness in the first and third set which made it pretty close. Hopefully that won’t happen again [in the final] tomorrow.”

— Olivia Tjandramulia, 12 Dec 2014

» Olivia gets physical as 18s semis go the distance

On court

  • started playing tennis when she was four years old
  • realised she was good enough at age 12 to pursue a professional career
  • in 2012, won the girls singles at the Optus 12s and 14s National Grasscourts Championships
  • was a finalist in 2012 at the Optus 16s National Claycourt Championships
  • loves doing kick serves, just like tennis idol Sam Stosur
  • feels her game most closely resembles those of Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic and Kim Clijsters
  • her dream tennis scenario would be victory over Williams on Rod Laver Arena at the Australian Open
  • professional goal is to become world No.1 and make a living out of tennis

Off court

  • loves travelling; thinks Paris is the most beautiful city to play in
  • best piece of advice she’s received is to stay calm and put 100% into everything
  • her perfect day would involve winning a Grand Slam final

Year-end singles rankings history

2018 400
2017 390
2016 490
2015 533
2014 991
2013 774

Titles/Finals

Finals

2017 Kofu ITF

2015 Cairns ITF

2014 Yeongwol ITF

Olivia Tjandramulia in the news

Biggest movers: Cabrera at career high, Sanders back
Lizette Cabrera (Getty Images)
5 November, 2019

Lizette Cabrera sets a new career-high ranking as Storm Sanders returns to the top 500 following her stunning return to singles.
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Biggest movers: Duckworth on the rise
James Duckworth in action during his victory in the Australian Open Play-off final over Luke Saville (photo: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
13 August, 2019

James Duckworth attains his highest ranking in more than two years after a run to the ATP Challenger final in Yokkaichi, Japan.
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Bolt, Rodionova head AO Play-off draws
Alex Bolt (R) and Arina Rodionova are the No.1 seeds in the men's and women's AO Play-off draws (Getty Images)
9 December, 2018

The 16-player men's and women's draws for the Australian Open Play-off were finalised on Sunday, with Alex Bolt and Arina Rodionova heading the fields as the No.1 seeds.
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Biggest movers: career-high ranking for Tomljanovic
Ajla Tomljanovic; Getty Images
25 September, 2018

Almost four years after peaking at world No.47, Ajla Tomljanovic has improved on that mark with her latest move in the WTA rankings.
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