PLAYER PROFILE

Maddison Inglis

4
AUSTRALIAN
RANKING
114
WTA
RANKING
  • Age22
  • Born14 January 1998
  • Birth PlacePerth, Western Australia
  • LivesPerth, Western Australia
  • Height166 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachAndrew Roberts
““It's definitely nice to be out on the court again. It's so different to play a match compared to training."”

— Maddison Inglis, 2 Jul 2020

» UTR Pro Tennis Series: Winning returns for Kubler and Inglis

On court

  • favourite tennis player is Sam Stosur
  • won the 18-and-under Australian Championships in 2013
  • made her Grand Slam debut at the 2016 Australian Open
  • toughest opponent she’s ever faced is Ekaterina Makarova
  • dream tennis scenario would be to beat Serena Williams in the final of the Australian Open
  • professional goals are to win a Grand Slam and rank in the WTA top 10

Off court

  • her perfect day would involve a day out with her family at the beach or by the pool
  • if not a tennis player, would have been a netballer

Year-end singles ranking history

2018 389
2017 771
2016 541
2015 781
2013 1109

Titles/Finals

Titles

2019 Nonthaburi 25K ITF, Saskatoon 25K ITF, Toowoomba 25K ITF

Finals

2019 Hong Kong 25K ITF, Brisbane 25K ITF, Bendigo 60K ITF

Maddison Inglis in the news

UTR Pro Tennis Series: Winning returns for Kubler and Inglis
Maddison-Inglis-Brisbane
2 July, 2020

Jason Kubler and Maddison Inglis return to professional tennis with impressive victories at the UTR Pro Tennis Series in Brisbane.  
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Fields set for UTR Pro Tennis Series
Christopher O'Connell; Getty Images
26 June, 2020

Rising stars and established Australians including Christopher O’Connell, Alex Bolt, Lizette Cabrera and Maddison Inglis are among players who will return to professional…
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Social round-up: Model poses and TV appearances
John Millman and Nick Kyrgios. Pictures: Instagram
25 June, 2020

What have Australia's top-ranked players been up to? We've collated tweets and posts from this week to keep fans up to date.
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Home favourites
Daria Gavrilova
13 April, 2020

From developing new skills or hobbies to launching other businesses, Australian players are showing new levels of resourcefulness in their time off tour.
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