Tai Sach

  • Age21
  • Born16 September 2002
  • LivesGold Coast, QLD
  • PlaysRight-handed
“It was a very good match, I felt a bit nervous at the start of this match. I knew Enzo was a good player so I knew I had to bring my best game out there.”

— Tai Sach, 16 Dec 2018

» Berezov, Sach crowned 16/u champions

On court

  • Represented Australia at the 2018 Junior Davis Cup in Budapest
  • Reached the singles semifinals and doubles final at the 2018 ITF3 Ockel Tournament Leeuwenberg Championship, Netherlands
  • Singles quarterfinalist at the 18/u Rod Laver Queensland Junior Championships in 2018
  • Started playing tennis at the age of six
  • Admires Rafael Nadal “because of his preparation off court and on court, and also his fight on the court.”

Tai Sach in the news

Australians shine on world stage, with six players winning titles this week
Alexei Popyrin. Picture: Getty Images
31 July, 2023

Twelve Australian players contested finals, across both singles and doubles, at professional tournaments this week.
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Resurgent Luke Saville wins Caloundra International title
Luke Saville with his Caloundra International title. Picture: Tennis Queensland
31 July, 2023

Luke Saville has continued his impressive form on the Australian Pro Tour, winning his 10th career ITF singles title.
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Stosur, Peers, juniors among Aussie winners
Sam Stosur (L) in doubles action with Zhang Shuai at Australian Open 2019 (Getty Images)
20 January, 2019

In addition to the incredible results Australia has enjoyed in singles at Australian Open 2019, there are plenty of other Aussies flourishing in doubles and juniors at…
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Berezov, Sach crowned 16/u champions
Anastasia Berezov (L) and Tai Sach were crowned winners of the 16/u Australian Championships (photos: Elizabeth Xue Bai)
16 December, 2018

Anastasia Berezov and Tai Sach will compete in the Australian Open 2019 junior tournament after winning the 16/u Australian Championships titles at Melbourne Park on Saturday.
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