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
  • Made her top-200 debut in singles in May 2024

Maya Joint in the news

Ranking movers: De Minaur, Ebden return to career-highs
Alex de Minaur and Matt Ebden.
10 June, 2024

Alex de Minaur returns to the world's top 10 in singles, as Matt Ebden reclaims the No.1 ranking in doubles following Roland Garros 2024.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Encouraging grass-court results and title breakthroughs
Olivia Gadecki in action at an ITF 100 tournament at Surbiton in Great Britain. Picture: Getty Images
10 June, 2024

Olivia Gadecki, who recorded her career-best grass-court result, was among the most outstanding Australian players in the past week.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Australian women making mark on the world stage
Kaylah McPhee, Talia Gibson and Petra Hule all featured in ITF finals this week.
3 June, 2024

Rising Australians Kaylah McPhee, Talia Gibson and Petra Hule all featured in finals at ITF World Tour events this week.
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Ranking movers: Aussie teens achieve 24-year first in WTA singles rankings
Maya Joint. Picture: Tennis Australia
27 May, 2024

Rising star Maya Joint becomes the second 18-year-old Australian inside the world's top 200 in singles.
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