PLAYER PROFILE

Sara Tomic

  • Age22
  • Born 5 February 1998
  • Birth PlaceGold Coast, Queensland
  • LivesSouthport, Queensland
  • PlaysRight-handed
“I’m really happy with how I’ve played here, it's always been a good tournament for me.”

— Sara Tomic, 7 Mar 2020

» No joy for Aussies in Mildura semis

On court

  • Tennis runs in the Tomic family – her older brother, Bernard, turned pro in 2008
  • Claimed the Optus 14s National Claycourt Championships in Queensland, 2012
  • Made her Grand Slam debut in the Australian Open Junior Championship in 2012
  • Reached the final of the LTAT ITF 18s in Thailand in 2012
  • Represented Australia in the World Junior Tennis Finals in Prostejov, Czech Republic in 2012
  • Goal is to emulate her brother’s achievements on the court
  • Dream is to become world’s no. 1
  • Believes her game most closely resembles Serena Williams’
  • Professional tennis goals are to win all the Grand Slams, be the most marketable player, and play mixed doubles with brother Bernard

Off court

  • If not a tennis player, she’d pursue a career in either architecture and design, law or fashion design

Year-end singles ranking history

2014 1188

Titles/Finals

Titles

2016 Sharm El Sheikh ITF

2015 Sharm El Sheikh ITF

Finals

2015 Sharm El Sheikh ITF, Sharm El Sheikh ITF, Sharm El Sheikh ITF

 

Sara Tomic in the news

No joy for Aussies in Mildura semis
SaraTomicMildura2020
7 March, 2020

Qualifier Sara Tomic and top seed Arina Rodionova both unable to advance to the Australian Pro Tour final in Mildura.
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Mildura semifinal awaits Puodziunas
Puod2
6 March, 2020

Veteran doubles specialist Scott Puodziunas topples the seeds to make his way to the Mildura Grand Tennis International semifinal.
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Myers leads Aussie pack in Mildura
ONE TO WATCH: Abbie Myers in action. Picture: Getty Images
5 March, 2020

Abbie Myers and Arina Rodionova among top Aussie contenders remaining on track in Mildura.
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Inglis, Bolt top seeds for AO Play-off
Maddison Inglis (Getty Images)
8 December, 2019

Maddison Inglis and Alex Bolt head the 16-player fields for the men's and women's AO Play-off events at Melbourne Park, beginning Monday.
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