Achievements so far...

In 2019:

                - ITF World Tennis Tour J4 HCMC, Vietnam Boys Singles Winner

                - ITF World Tennis Tour J4 Ipoh, Malaysia Boys Singles Runner-up

                - ITF World Tennis Tour J4 Ipoh, Malaysia Boys Doubles Champion

                - Tennis NZ Under 16 National Boys Singles Champion           

                - Tennis NZ Under 16 National Doubles Runner-up

                - Tennis NZ Under 16 Junior Masters Final Champion

                - Christchurch International Tennis Federation Doubles Champion

                - Tennis NZ Under 18 Doubles Champion


In 2018:

                - Canterbury Open Tennis Champion (all ages) youngest ever champion

                - Nexia NZ Canterbury Sports Awards (Young Sportsman of the Year)

                - Selected to represent NZ at Junior Davis Cup in Malaysia (under 16)

Hard road
to victory

In 2010, the US Tennis Association estimated the cost to be a highly competitive professional tennis player was US143,000 a year - travel alone being at least $60,000. Only those ranked in the top 160 of the men's tour might contemplate breaking even on such costs.

It's a tough and solitary road, and many of us struggle to get the exposure necessary to compete on the global stage. Living so far away from the action doesn't improve the odds. The good news is, Kiwi's aren't one's for worrying about the odds...

NZ has seen many great tennis players, here's just a few names you may know:

  1914   Anthony Wilding    A world No.1 tennis player; won 11 Grand Slam titles.  

                                               He was killed in WW1, and is remembered as our

                                               greatest player, and the worlds first tennis superstar

  1973   Onny Parun            An Australian Open finalist. Onny was top20 ranked in

                                               the late 60's and early 70's, and he was the 1974

                                               French Open Doubles champion

  1983   Chris Lewis             Reached the Wimbledon Finals as an unseeded player.

                                               His highest singles ranking was 19. Secured 3 singles

                                               and 8 doubles event titles

  1983   Russell Simpson    6 doubles titles, highest singles ranking of 47

  1990   Kelly Evernden      Highest ranking 31 singles and 19 in doubles

  1993   Brett Steven           Career-high rankings 32 in singles and 16 in doubles

                                              Reached the singles quarterfinals at Australian Open 

                                              Grand Slam event

  1997   Alistair Hunt          Highest world ranking 184 singles, 213  doubles

  2011   Michael Venus      Known for his doubles play highest ranking 12, career-                                                high singles ranking 274

  2012   Marina Erakovic   Best world singles ranking 39, and 25 in doubles 

  2013   Rubin Statham     Currently ranked 276, highest ranking 139




IFT Player Profile:

Aug 24, 2019

Best juniors in Australia battle in Tweed:

May 7, 2019

Falck rises up the ranks:

(page 14)

Feb 12, 2019

Falck takes junior title:

(page 8)

ITF title for up-and-coming Bishopdale tennis player:

(page 10)

Dec 17, 2018

Falck dominant on court:

Nov 29, 2018

Christchurch teen becomes youngest winner of 117 year old trophy:

Falck's turn to get familiar with trophy:

(page 48)

Oct 26, 2018

NZ Junior Titles claimed by local pair:

Mar 12, 2018

Congratulations Reece Falck on being selected in the TNZ Junior Davis Cup Team for 2018:

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