Rubin Statham

Country: New Zealand

Age: 31

Current Singles Ranking: 314 ATP (1 NZ)

Career High Singles Ranking: 279 ATP

Plays: Right-handed, two-handed backhand




Career Highlights

2017: Currently NZ #1 ranked player

2016: US Open Q1

2010: Commonwealth Games Quarter Finalist

Oliver Statham

Country: New Zealander

Age: 30

Current Singles Ranking: 7 NZ

Career High Singles Ranking: 711 ATP

Plays: Right Handed

David O'Hare

Country: Ireland

Age: 27

Current Doubles Ranking: 135 ATP

Career High Doubles Ranking: 117 ATP

Plays: Right-handed, one-handed backhand

Ajeet Rai

Country: New Zealand

Age: 19

Current Singles Ranking: ATP 718 (Singles)

Career High Singles Ranking: ATP 718 (Singles)

Plays: Right-handed, two-handed backhand


Ajeet Rai is a New Zealand tennis player. Rai has a career high ATP singles ranking of 746, and a doubles ranking of 1152, both achieved on 22 October 2018 after his finals performances at the ITF tournament in Hua Hin the previous week. Wikipedia

Sara Tomic

Nationality: Australia

Age: 20

Current Ranking: 519 (Singles)

Career High Ranking:379(Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Sara Tomic is a professional Australian tennis player. In June 2015, she won her first professional-level title in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Tomic was born in Gold Coast, Queensland, and made her senior Grand Slam debut at the 2015 Australian Open, in the doubles event partnering Naiktha Bains

Maddison Inglis

Nationality: Australia

Age: 20

Current Ranking: 378 (Singles)

Career High Ranking:378 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed


Inglis made her senior Grand Slam main draw debut at the 2015 Australian Open, in the doubles event partnering Alexandra Nancarrow.

Inglis was awarded a main draw wildcard into the 2016 Australian Open after she won the wildcard playoff, defeating Arina Rodionova in the final, 6–4, 6–2. She lost in round one to 21st seed, Ekaterina Makarova.

In January 2018 she was called up as a last minute replacement for Naomi Osaka in the 2018 Hopman Cup where she lost her singles match to Coco Vandeweghe. Later in the same tournament she was a replacement for Eugenie Bouchard in the mixed double match against Belgium

Erin Routliffe

Nationality: New Zealand

Age: 23

Current Ranking: 95 (Doubles)

Career High Ranking:591 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Erin Routliffe is a New Zealand professional tennis player who has previously represented Canada. She reached a career-high singles ranking of world No. 591 on 22 October 2012 and a career-high junior rank of No. 17 on 21 January 2013

Abbie Meyers

Nationality: Australia

Age: 24

Current Ranking: 290 (Singles)

Career High Ranking:290 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Abbie Jane Myers is an Australian tennis player from Sydney. She has won one singles title and fourteen doubles titles on the ITF tour. Myers has a WTA career high singles ranking of 290 achieved on 29 Oct 2018. She also has a WTA career high doubles ranking of 182 achieved on 20 July 2015.


Ed Corrie

Nationality: British

Age: 30

Current Ranking: 837 (Singles)

Career High Ranking:215 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Corrie played collegiately at the University of Texas at Austin from 2007 to 2011[2]. He made his debut on the ITF Men's Circuit in 2005, and since then has won 27 Futures tournaments: seven in singles and twenty in doubles. He has also won two ATP Challenger doubles tournaments.

He was primarily a doubles player until achieving success in singles in 2013, earning him a wildcard to the main draw of the 2013 Queen's Club Championships, losing his first round match 4–6, 6–7(1) to Sergiy Stakhovsky, ranked 116th.

Maverick Banes

Nationality: Australia

Age: 26

Current Ranking: 266 (Singles)

Career High Ranking:216 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Macsen Sisam

Nationality: New Zealand


Current Ranking: 1473 (Singles)

Career High Ranking: 1452 (Singles)

Plays: Right Handed

Macsen reached the final of the NZ Championships last year with impressive wins over Artem Sitak and losing to Finn Tearney in the final.Trainig at the BTT academy in Barcelona for the past 3 years Macsen also scored his first ATP point this year to gain his first professional world ranking.

Off to college this year in America, Macsen is ine of our up and coming NZ tennis players to watch.