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Mark Haskett



B2 Australian Ranking B2 World Ranking
Age 41
Born 24 June 1982
Birth Place Nasouri, Fiji
Lives Adelaide, Australia
Plays Right Handed
Coach Nicholas Bradley
Racquet Yonex Ezone 100SL
Strings Genesis Hexa Infinite (blue) Genesis Hexa Infinite (yellow) crosses

"My dream was to play for Australia one day. Work hard at what you do, apply the lessons you've been taught and anything is possible. Age is no barrier!"

Mark Haskett, born in Nasouri, Fiji. He is an inspiring figure in the world of blind tennis. Despite facing the challenges of visual impairment, Mark has been playing blind tennis for six years after being convinced to take up the sport by his family. His dedication to the sport goes beyond his tennis journey; he has also been involved in blind sports for over 20 years.

Mark's commitment to excellence is driven by his dream to become the number one blind tennis player in the world. His determination and passion for the game serve as an inspiration to many, showcasing the power of perseverance and resilience in overcoming obstacles.

In addition to his sporting achievements, Mark is also a father, balancing his athletic pursuits with the responsibilities of parenthood. His journey exemplifies the triumph of the human spirit and the ability to pursue one's dreams against all odds.

Mark is a qualified primary school teacher where he has taught at a variety of schools around Adelaide. Mark uses his situation to inspire kids of all ages. He often talks to his classes about 'dreaming big, dreaming beyond your capabilities'.


2023 International Blind Tennis Association World Championships - Poland
Round 1 - def Tom Delaval 4-0, 4-0
Round 2 - def Cicero Pietro 4-0, 4-0
Round 3 - def Ciborowski 4-0, 4-0
QF - def Vincent Keane 4-2, 4-1
SF - loss David Vigilante 1-4, 0-4

2023 International Blind Sports Association World Games (Round Robin) - Birmingham
Round 1 - def Vincent Keane 4-0, 4-1
Round 2 - def Dante Alejandro 4-0, 4-0
Round 3 - loss David Vigilante 4-4 (8-10), 1-4
Round 4 - def Michal Orchowsik 4-0, 4-1
Round 5 - def Dan Hopkins 4-1, 4-2
Final - loss David Vigilante 

2023 Australian Blind/Low Vision National Championships
Round 1 - def Tim Haggis 6-0
Round 2 - def Alan Leahy 6-0
Round 3 - def Ned Brewer Maiga 6-1
Final - def Ethan Cook 4-0, 0-4 12-10 (Super Tie Break)


2023 International Blind Sports Association World Games (Round Robin) - Birmingham
Round 1 - Mark Haskett/Arato Katsudo Greent def Dante Alejendro/Ignacio Ruiz Gonzalez 6-2
Round 2 - Mark Haskett/Arato Katsudo Greent def Paul Ryb/Daniel Hopkins 6-3
Final - Mark Haskett/Arato Katsudo Greent loss Ross Patterson / Mick Leigh 3-6

2023 Australian Blind/Low Vision National Championships
Round 1 - Mark Haskett/Davide Steeds def Ethan Cook/Courtney Lewis (Walkover)
Round 2 - Mark Haskett/Davide Steeds def Janet Etchells/Jason Whiter 4-2 (Retired)
Round 3 - Mark Haskett/Davide Steeds loss Alan Leahy/Brad Brider 2-6

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