Harry has returned to Tasmania, of the back of competing at the Australian Open Qualifying. After bowing out of the Qualifying, Harry spent the next 2 weeks in Melbourne training and immersing himself in the Australian Open. He had great opportunities to practice and spend time with Novak Djokovic, Tomas Berdych and Rafael Nadal.
This week Harry has won the hotly contested Tasmanian Open, defeating Victorian No.1 seed, Dayne Kelly. This win has helped his momentum and confidence ahead of the Burnie ATP Challenger, were he has been awarded a wildcard into the main draw. Bourchier will kick off his singles campaign Monday February, 2 at the Burnie Tennis Club.
Harry will then compete in the Launceston ATP Challenger, which will start on Saturday February, 7 at Launceston Regional Tennis Centre. If your in the area get down and support Harry!
For more on Harry’s win at the Tasmanian Open, follow the link below:
Bourchier’s sights set on international stage