Tahlia Kokkinis

  • LivesBrisbane, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • Started playing tennis aged three
  • Says tennis is “a fun sport to play” and she “likes competing and the adrenaline”
  • Represented Australia at the Junior Billie Jean King Cup Finals in 2023
  • Long-term goal is to win a Grand Slam title and become world No.1
  • Names Ash Barty as her biggest inspiration
  • Describes her playing style as “aggressive”
  • Enjoys watching movies in her spare time. The Terminator franchise is her favourite.
  • Would have pursued acting if she wasn’t playing tennis
  • Hopes to one day open a shelter to help animals in need

Tahlia Kokkinis in the news

Aussie weekly wrap: Celebrating winners aged from 15 to 83
Alicia Smith and Tahlia Kokkinis celebrate winning an Australian Pro Tour title in Mildura. Picture: Tennis Australia
18 March, 2024

Tahlia Kokkinis, a 15-year-old from Brisbane, was among 10 Australian players to win a professional title this week.
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Aussies sweep titles at Australian Pro Tour event in Mildura
Maddison Inglis in action at the Australian Pro Tour event in Mildura. Picture: Tennis Australia
17 March, 2024

Maddison Inglis claimed her first Australian Pro Tour singles title in more than four years in Mildura 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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A memorable Australian Open 2024 continues for Aussie teen Maya Joint
Maya Joint in action at Australian Open 2024. Picture: Tennis Australia
23 January, 2024

Two Australians - Maya Joint and Emerson Jones - have progressed to the third round of the Australian Open 2024 girls' singles competition.
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