PLAYER PROFILE

Maddison Inglis

  • Age21
  • Born14 January 1998
  • Birth PlacePerth, Western Australia
  • LivesPerth, Western Australia
  • Height166 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachAndrew Roberts
“I’ve just changed my mindset a bit this week and I’m going out there and not letting my nerves get control of me.”

— Maddison Inglis, 14 Oct 2016

» Inglis reaches Cairns quarters

On court

  • favourite tennis player is Sam Stosur
  • feels her game most closely resembles Eugenie Bouchard’s
  • won the 18-and-under Australian Championships in 2013
  • toughest opponent she’s ever faced is Casey Dellacqua
  • wishes she could replay her loss to Dellacqua during the Australian Open 2014 Play-off
  • dream tennis scenario would be to beat Maria Sharapova in the final of Wimbledon
  • professional goals are to win a Grand Slam and rank in the top 10
  • among her entourage in a match on Rod Laver Arena during the Australian Open would be her family, and Zac Efron

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

Maddison Inglis in the news

Sharma blasts past Zvonareva in AO qualifying
Astra Sharma in action during her Australian Open qualifying victory over No.1 seed Vera Zvonareva at Melbourne Park (Getty Images)
9 January, 2019

Astra Sharma stuns qualifying top seed Vera Zvonareva - a former world No.2 - while there were also qualifying wins for fellow Aussies Kaylah McPhee, Olivia Rogowska and Naiktha…
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Kokkinakis, Rodionova lead Aussie charge in AO qualifying
Thanasi Kokkinakis (L) and Arina Rodionova are the highest-ranked male and female Australians taking part in Australian Open 2019 qualifying (Getty Images)
7 January, 2019

Ten men and 12 women will represent Australia in the Australian Open 2019 qualifying events, which kick off at Melbourne Park on Tuesday 8 January.
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Biggest movers: Aussie women make gains in 2018
Ajla Tomljanovic; Getty Images
7 November, 2018

Many of Australia's women have enjoyed excellent 2018 seasons, with their improvements reflected in the release of the WTA year-end rankings this week.
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Biggest movers: Sharma continues rapid rise
Astra Sharma; Getty Images
31 July, 2018

Astra Sharma is knocking on the door of the world's top 250 after another big jump in the latest WTA rankings. Meanwhile, Matt Ebden returns to the ATP top 50.
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