Zoe Hives

  • Age20
  • Born24 October 1996
  • Birth PlaceBallarat, (Victoria)
  • LivesKingston, (Victoria)
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachPeter Joyce
“I went into each match here thinking I could win but it was more about the process than the result.”

— Zoe Hives, 6 Apr 2015

» Hives wins maiden title at Melbourne Park

On court

  • Winner of the 2011 Optus 14s Spring Nationals
  • Winner of the 2012 Waverly Queen’s Birthday GOLD AMT open event
  • Winner of the 2012 Queensland Junior Claycourt International #1
  • Finalist at the 2012 New South Wales Junior International, where she won the doubles event

Off court

  • If she wasn’t playing tennis, Zoe says she would be a teacher
  • Her ideal mixed doubles partner would be Bob Bryan



2015 Melbourne Park ITF

Zoe Hives in the news

Hives thrives to reach Mornington quarters
31 March, 2017

Wildcard Zoe Hives is on the comeback trail, defeating fourth seed Julia Glushko to reach the quarterfinals of the second $25,000 ITF Circuit event in Mornington.
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Victorian teams dominate on first day of ATL Playoffs
26 January, 2016

Victoria has had a great start to the Asia-Pacific Tennis League (ATL) Playoffs with each of the four Victorian teams advancing to the semifinals tomorrow.
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Flames and Knights progress in Asia-Pacific Tennis League
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 24:  Bradley Mousley of Australia plays a forehand in his semifinal match against Alexander Zverev of Germany during the 2014 Australian Open Junior Championships at Melbourne Park on January 24, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
2 December, 2015

Two South Australian teams have qualified for semifinals
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Four Victorian teams secure Asia-Pacific Tennis League semifinal spots
Tammi Patterson of Australia plays a forehand during her match against Zuzana Ondraskova of Czech Republic during Australian Open qualifying at Melbourne Park on January 10, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia; Getty Images
2 December, 2015

Victorian teams on track for Asia-Pacific Tennis League success
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