Sarah Rokusek

  • Age18
  • Born11 April 2006
  • Birth PlaceCampsie, NSW
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachPetr Rokusek

On court

  • Favourite surface is grass, so she can utilise her strong slice
  • 12/u singles champion at the 2018 Australian Grasscourt Championships (held in Adelaide in April)
  • 12/u singles champion at the 2018 Australian Claycourt Championships (held in Canberra in October)
  • Doubles champion at the 12/u Australian Championships in December 2018; reached the singles semifinals
  • Goal is to win a Grand Slam – preferably the Australian Open – and be ranked No.1 in the world

Off court

  • Grew up in Campsie, New South Wales
  • Introduced to the sport at age three and a half; developed her love for tennis by watching her father play from her pram
  • Admires Serena Williams and Roger Federer

Sarah Rokusek in the news

Australian players excelling on the world stage
Arina Rodionova in action. Picture: Tennis Australia
1 May, 2023

Arina Rodionova is set to skyrocket up the rankings after winning back-to-back ITF titles in Great Britain.
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Australian juniors qualify for international world finals
GOLD MEDALLISTS: Australia's Junior Billie Jean King Cup team in India. From left, coach Louise Pleming, Emerson Jones, Lily Taylor and Sarah Rokusek.
4 May, 2022

Australian teams have qualified for the Junior Davis Cup, Junior Billie Jean King Cup and World Junior Tennis finals later this year.
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Australian junior national tennis teams begin competition in India
The Australian Junior Billie Jean King Cup team in India.
6 April, 2022

Australia's leading juniors are set to contest Asia-Pacific qualifying tournaments for team events in India this month.
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Rising stars take the court in Traralgon and Bendigo
Li Tu, pictured at Australian Open 2021, is among the Australians competing at the ATP Challenger in Bendigo.
2 January, 2022

Rising Australians are aiming to follow in the footsteps of champions including Ash Barty, John Millman and Jordan Thompson in Traralgon and Bendigo.
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