PLAYER PROFILE

Maya Joint

  • PlaysRight-handed
  • Trains at Tennis Australia’s National Tennis Academy in Brisbane
  • Won her first ITF professional title in doubles in December 2023, partnering fellow Australian Roisin Gilheany at an ITF 60 tournament on the Gold Coast
  • Achieved a career-high ITF junior ranking of world No.25 in early 2024
  • Scored two top-200 wins to reach the singles quarterfinals at a WTA 125 tournament in Canberra in January 2024

Maya Joint in the news

Ranking movers: Hunter and Thompson on the rise
Storm Hunter and Jordan Thompson
13 February, 2024

After milestone weeks on their respective tours, Storm Hunter and Jordan Thompson each make significant ranking gains.
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Burnie: Maya Joint makes history, Adam Walton shines
Maya-Joint-at-the-Burnie-International
11 February, 2024

At age 17, Maya Joint becomes the youngest Australian to lift an ITF 75 trophy, while Adam Walton is crowned Burnie International 2 men's champion.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Seven Australians feature in finals
Ellen Perez and Nicole Melichar-Martinez celebrate their finals appearance in Linz.
4 February, 2024

Ellen Perez, a doubles finalist in Linz with American Nicole Melichar-Martinez, was among seven Australian players to feature in professional tennis finals this week.
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Junior ranking movers: Emerson Jones soars to world No.3
Emerson Jones in action at Australian Open 2024. Picture: Tennis Australia
30 January, 2024

Gold Coast teen Emerson Jones becomes the highest-ranked Australian junior in more than 12 years.
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