Jessica Moore

  • Age33
  • Born16 August 1990
  • Birth PlacePerth, Western Australia
  • LivesWilliams, Western Australia
  • Height169 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachMilo Bradley
  • Pro Since2008
“It’s an awesome opportunity, and I get to play with Brad, he’s a great guy and he keeps me going on the court. It will be an exciting time in January.”

— Jessica Moore, 21 Dec 2015

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On court

  • Started playing tennis when she was eight years old
  • First knew she was good enough to try becoming a pro after she eventually beat her older brother
  • Made her Grand Slam debut at Australian Open 2007, losing to No.3 seed Svetlana Kuznetsova in the first round
  • Says Kuznetsova is the toughest opponent she’s ever faced
  • Secured her first ITF Futures Pro Circuit titles, in Ilkley, UK and Traralgon, Australia in 2007
  • Reached the final of the girls’ singles at Australian Open 2008
  • Broke into the world’s top 200 in 2008, following second-round showings at the Australian Open and US Open
  • Made her Fed Cup debut for Australia in the Asia-Oceania Group in 2008.
  • Won the junior girls’ doubles titles at the French Open and Wimbledon in 2008, with Slovenian partner Polona Hercog
  • Won three ITF Futures doubles titles in 2010, all on home soil
  • Reached the Australian Open 2012 second round, losing to No.12 seed Flavia Pennetta
  • Claimed her first ITF Futures Pro Circuit title in four years, winning the Knokke Zoute Ladies Open 2012
  • Feels her game most closely resembles Sam Stosur’s
  • The one match she wishes she could replay was her second round loss to Flavia Pennetta at Australian Open 2009 (Moore lost 6-4 6-1)
  • Dream tennis scenario would be winning the Australian Open
  • Ultimate goal is to be a regular player on the Australian Fed Cup team

Off court

  • Hobbies include listening to music, going to the cinema and beach, catching up with friends and shopping
  • Her parents are Peter and Sharon and she has a brother, James
  • Says the best piece of advice she’s received is to stay true to yourself and surround yourself with good people – they reflect who you are
  • Her perfect day would involve relaxing down south in Western Australia with family and friends

Year-end singles ranking history

2015 292
2014 409
2013 470
2012 414
2011 412
2010 250
2009 244
2008 140
2007 372
2006 985



2012 Belgium ITF

2008 Italy ITF

2007 IIkley (UK) ITF, Traralgon ITF


2013 Sydney #2 ITF, Bethany Beach (USA) ITF, Buffalo (USA) ITF, Cairns ITF

2012 Belgium ITF, Hilton Head Island (USA) ITF

2007 Switzerland ITF

Jessica Moore in the news

Australian team finishes sixth at 2023 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals
Australia's 14-and-under team of Renee Alame, Koharu Nishikawa and Sara Nikolic, with captain Jessica Moore, at the 2023 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in the Czech Republic. Picture: ITF
16 August, 2023

Australian 14-and-under girls' team performed strongly at the prestigious 2023 ITF World Junior Tennis Finals in the Czech Republic.
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Top talents to represent Australia at ITF World Junior Tennis Finals
Sara Nikolic, Koharu Nishikawa and Renee Alame (along with coach Jessica Moore, second from right) will represent Australia in the Czech Republic this week.
7 August, 2023

Sara Nikolic, Koharu Nishikawa and Renee Alame will represent Australia in the Czech Republic this week.
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Top junior tennis players to represent Australia in Malaysia
Cooper Kose. Picture: Tennis Australia
17 March, 2023

The Australian teams have been named for the World Junior Tennis Finals Asia-Oceania qualifying events.
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Weekes ready to shine at Australian Open
Ben Weekes preparing for Australian Open 2021. Picture: Tennis Australia
14 February, 2021

After a focus on development in 2020, Ben Weekes is excited to test his improvement against the world’s best this week at Melbourne Park.
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