New Zealand tennis players

Posted May 31, 2011
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  1. Marina Erakovic

    Marina Erakovic


    Marina Erakovic (Croatian: Marina Eraković ) (born 6 March 1988) is a professional tennis player from New Zealand. Her career high Women's Tennis Association (WTA) rankings are World No. 39 for singles, achieved on 7 May 2012, and World No. 25 in doubles, achieved on 24 June 2013. She has won one WTA singles title, at Memphis in February 2013.

  2. Tony Wilding

    Tony Wilding


    Anthony "Tony" Frederick Wilding (31 October 1883 – 9 May 1915) was a former World number 1 tennis player from Christchurch, New Zealand and a soldier killed in action during World War I.

  3. Leanne Baker

    Leanne Baker


    Leanne Baker (born 8 January 1981, in Hamilton) is a former New Zealand professional tennis player.

  4. Onny Parun

    Onny Parun


    Onny Parun OBE (born 15 April 1947) is a former tennis player of Croatian descent from New Zealand, who was among the world's top 20 for five years and in 1971 and 1972 he reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon. He made the final of the Australian Open in 1973, losing to John Newcombe in four sets, and was a US Open quarterfinalist in 1973 and also a quarterfinalist at the French Open in 1975.

  5. Sacha Jones

    Sacha Jones


    Sacha Jones (born 8 November 1990) is a retired professional Australian tennis player. Her highest WTA singles ranking is 150, which she reached on 8 October 2012.

  6. Pavlina Nola

    Pavlina Nola


    Pavlina Stoyanova-Nola (Bulgarian: Павлина Стоянова-Нола) (born 14 July 1974) is a former tennis player who played for both Bulgaria (up to May 2001) and New Zealand (since June 2001) in her professional career.

  7. Chris Lewis (tennis)

    Chris Lewis (tennis)


    Chris Lewis (born 9 March 1957) is a former professional tennis player from New Zealand who reached the 1983 Wimbledon final as an unseeded player. He won 3 singles titles and achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 19 in April 1984. He also won 8 doubles titles during his 12 years on the tour. During his career Lewis was coached by Harry Hopman and Tony Roche.

  8. Frank Renouf

    Frank Renouf


    Sir Francis Henry "Frank" Renouf (31 July 1918 – 13 September 1998) was a prominent New Zealand tycoon and financier. His obituary in the Dominion was headed: "Flamboyant Renouf shook starch out of financial world".

  9. Cam Malfroy

    Cam Malfroy


    Camille Enright Malfroy (21 January 1909 - 8 May 1966) was a prominent New Zealand tennis player of the 1930s and 40s, competing in numerous grand slam championships of the era. He was also a well known pilot and attested an ace pilot during World War II.

  10. John Barry (tennis)

    John Barry (tennis)


    John A. Barry (born 10 December 1928 in New Zealand) was a tennis player. He played for New Zealand in the Davis Cup of 1947 and 1954.

  11. Bruce Derlin

    Bruce Derlin


    Bruce Phillip Derlin (born 28 November 1961 in Sydney, Australia) is a retired tennis player from New Zealand.

  12. Russell Simpson (tennis)

    Russell Simpson (tennis)


    Russell Simpson (born 22 February 1954 in Auckland) is a former tennis player from New Zealand, who won six doubles titles during his professional career. The right-hander reached his highest singles ATP ranking on 18 April 1983, when he became #47 in the world. He is currently the head tennis professional at the Beverly Hills Tennis Club in Beverly Hills, California

  13. Kelly Evernden

    Kelly Evernden


    Kelly Graeme Evernden (born 21 September 1961, in Gisborne, New Zealand) is a former professional tennis player from New Zealand.

  14. Julie Richardson

    Julie Richardson


    Julie Richardson (born 30 March 1967) is a former professional tennis player. She won six doubles titles during her career.

  15. Belinda Cordwell

    Belinda Cordwell


    Belinda Jane Cordwell (born 21 September 1965 in Wellington) is a sports commentator and a former professional tennis player from New Zealand, who represented her native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. There she lost in the first round of the women's singles competition to Great Britain's Sara Gomer.

  16. Francis Fisher

    Francis Fisher


    Francis "Frank" Marion Bates Fisher (22 December 1877 – 24 July 1960) was a New Zealand Member of Parliament from Wellington. He was known as Rainbow Fisher for his frequent changes of political allegiance. He was also an internationally successful tennis player.

  17. Artem Sitak

    Artem Sitak


    Artem Yurievich Sitak (born 8 February 1986) is a Russian-born New Zealand tennis player. On 11 August 2008, he reached his highest ATP singles ranking of World No. 299, whilst his highest doubles ranking of 39 was reached on 22 June 2015. He is the younger brother of Dmitri Sitak, who is also a tennis player.

  18. Brian Fairlie

    Brian Fairlie


    Brian Fairlie (born 13 June 1948), is a retired tennis player from New Zealand. During his career from 1968 to 1979 he won four titles in doubles, all with the Egyptian player Ismail El Shafei, and ten singles titles in the Open era (and at least two more in 1967).

  19. Simon Rea (tennis)

    Simon Rea (tennis)


    Simon Rea (born 18 July 1982 in New Zealand) is a tennis coach from New Zealand who now works for Tennis Australia and has worked with the likes of Nick Kyrgios.

  20. Brett Steven

    Brett Steven


    Brett Andrew Steven (born 27 April 1969, in Auckland, New Zealand) is a tennis player.

  21. Charles Harrington Broad

    Charles Harrington Broad


    Charles Harrington Broad (5 October 1872 – 7 September 1959) was a New Zealand cricketer and school teacher. He played eight first-class matches for Nelson and Otago between 1888 and 1900, and was headmaster of Nelson College from 1922 to 1933.

  22. John Burns Smith

    John Burns Smith


    John Burns Smith (26 September 1922 – 3 December 1974), more commonly known as Johnny Smith or JB Smith, was a New Zealand rugby union player, soldier, sportsman and baker. He was an All Black captain, and despite only playing nine matches (including four tests) is recognised as a great. His 26 appearances for the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force rugby team (known as the Kiwis), which toured the UK in 1946–47, earned him high praise. He also played for the New Zealand Māori, being of Ngāpuhi descent.

  23. Michael Venus (tennis)

    Michael Venus (tennis)

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    Michael Venus (born 16 October 1987) is a New Zealand tennis player. He reached a career high ranking of 274 in July 2011. He switched nationalities in June 2010 and began playing for the New Zealand Davis Cup team.

  24. Daniel King-Turner

    Daniel King-Turner

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    Daniel King-Turner (born 15 May 1984) is a former professional New Zealander tennis player. In total, he won eight Futures singles titles as well as two Challenger doubles titles and 10 Futures doubles titles. He also made the semi-finals of two Challenger events, Pozoblanco in 2010 and Binghampton in 2012.

  25. Marcus Daniell

    Marcus Daniell


    Marcus Daniell (born 9 November 1989) is a professional tennis player from rural Wairarapa in New Zealand.

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