Pavle Marinkov

  • Age18
  • Born 4 February 2006
  • Birth PlaceSydney, New South Wales
  • Height185 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed


  • Won the 18/u Australian Championships in December 2022 without losing a set
  • Made third round of Australian Open 2023 boys’ singles competition
  • Member of Tennis Australia’s National Tennis Academy
  • Started playing aged five
  • Describes his playing style as “flat and aggressive”
  • Names backhand as his favourite shot and hard courts as his favourite surface


  • Older sister, Bojana, played professional tennis
  • Names Serbia and Croatia are his favourite places to visit, because his “family is from there”
  • Lists Novak Djokovic as his tennis idol
  • Says if he wasn’t pursuing a professional tennis career, he would consider sports journalism or coaching
  • Is an avid basketball, rugby league and American football fan

Pavle Marinkov in the news

Junior ranking movers: Emerson Jones soars to world No.3
Emerson Jones in action at Australian Open 2024. Picture: Tennis Australia
30 January, 2024

Gold Coast teen Emerson Jones becomes the highest-ranked Australian junior in more than 12 years.
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Jones siblings charge into singles quarterfinals at Australian Open 2024
Hayden Jones and Emerson Jones.
24 January, 2024

Gold Coast siblings Hayden and Emerson Jones are starring at the Australian Open 2024 Junior Championships.
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Storm Hunter chasing semifinal spot at Australian Open 2024
January 17: Storm Hunter (AUS) plays Laura Siegemund (GER) at John Cain Arena during the 2024 Australian Open on Wednesday, January 17, 2024. Photo by TENNIS AUSTRALIA / AARON FRANCIS
23 January, 2024

World No.1 doubles star Storm Hunter is among 14 Aussies scheduled to compete on day 11 at Australian Open 2024.
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Marinkov making his mark at Australian Open 2024
Pavle Marinkov in action at Australian Open 2024. Picture: Tennis Australia
23 January, 2024

Sydney talent Pavle Marinkov is through to the third round of the Australian Open 2024 boys' singles competition.
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