Talia Gibson

  • Age19
  • Born18 June 2004
  • Birth PlacePerth, WA
  • PlaysRight-handed
“Today was up and down. I think that maintaining my focus was the main issue.”

— Talia Gibson, 20 Feb 2020

» Gibson pipped in Perth

On court

  • Introduced to tennis at age five by her mother
  • First international trip for tennis came in 2017, when she was part of a four-week junior tour in Germany
  • Won singles title at 14/u Australian Championships in December 2018
  • Finalist at the 12/u National Grasscourt Championships in Adelaide in 2016
  • Favourite shot is forehand; favourite surface is hard court
  • Goal is to win the Australian Open
  • Inspired by Roger Federer and Serena Williams.

Off court

  • Favourite foods include tacos and cookies & cream icecream
  • Loves going to the beach
  • Named Female Junior Athlete of the Year at the 2019 and 2022 Australian Tennis Awards.

Year-end singles rankings history

2023 301
2022 364

Talia Gibson in the news

Aussie weekly wrap: Tomljanovic captures biggest singles title of her career
Ajla Tomljanovic celebrates her title victory in Brazil.
26 November, 2023

Australian Ajla Tomljanovic had a week to remember, winning her first singles title in more than 10 years at a WTA 125 tournament in Brazil.
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Preston claims biggest career title at Australian Pro Tour event in Brisbane
Taylah Preston celebrates her Australian Pro Tour win in Brisbane alongside finalist Darya Astakhova.
26 November, 2023

Perth teen Taylah Preston wins her first ITF 60 singles title at the Brisbane QTC Tennis International.
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Strong field set as Australian Pro Tour heads to Sydney
Thanasi Kokkinakis, Astra Sharma and Rinky Hijikata will contest the NSW Open this week.
30 October, 2023

Thanasi Kokkinakis, Astra Sharma and Rinky Hijikata will all contest the NSW Open in Sydney this week.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Celebrating maiden titles and new career-firsts
Jeremy Jin won his first professional ITF singles title in America this week.
30 October, 2023

Five Australian players won professional titles this week, including 19-year-old Jeremy Jin who captured his first ITF singles crown.
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