Olivia Rogowska
Athlete Info

Born: 7 June 1991
Birth Place: Melbourne, Australia
Resides: Melbourne, Australia
Height: 1.75m
Turned Pro: 2007

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Olivia Rogowska

After a promising junior career, Olivia Rogowska burst on to the senior women’s tour in 2009 after a first round victory over Maria Kirilenko at the French Open. At the US Open later that year, Rogowska sent shock waves through Flushing Meadows by taking the first set against World No. 1 Dinara Safina and then lead 3-0 in the final set before Safina’s experience would prevail over the young Australian.

With singles titles in Launceston, Burine, Esperance, Darwin, Port Pirie, Alice Springs, Rockhampton, Sorrento and Sacramento since 2010, Rogowska has a career high ranking of 102 in the world.

Career Highlights

2014:

  • ITF Launceston Tennis International Champion
  • ITF Sacramento Champion

 

2013:

  • ITF Burnie International Champion

 

2012:

  • ITF Burnie International Champion
  • ITF Rockhampton Champion
  • ITF Esperance Champion

 

2011:

  • ITF Alice Springs Champion
  • ITF Port Pirie Champion

 

2010:

  • ITF Darwin Champion

 

2009:

  • ITF Esperance Champion

 

2008:

  • ITF Sorrento Champion
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