PLAYER PROFILE

Zoe Hives

8
AUSTRALIAN
RANKING
168
WTA
RANKING
  • Age22
  • Born24 October 1996
  • Birth PlaceBallarat, (Victoria)
  • LivesKingston, (Victoria)
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachMichael Logarzo

On court

  • Winner of the 2011 Optus 14s Spring Nationals
  • Winner of the 2012 Queensland Junior Claycourt International #1
  • Made her Australian Open debut in 2016
  • Singles semifinalist in Torino, Italy (ITF) in 2017
  • Won three Australian Pro Tour titles in 2018, including the biggest of her career in Canberra (ITF $60,000 level)

Off court

  • Has been playing tennis since the age of five; her father built a court at their house made of granite sand
  • If she wasn’t playing tennis, Zoe says she would be a teacher
  • Her ideal mixed doubles partner would be Bob Bryan
  • Favourite player is Roger Federer
  • Goal is to reach the WTA top 20

Year-end ranking history

2018 215
2017 384
2016 904
2015 494
2014 953

Titles/Finals

Titles

2018 Playford 25K ITF, Toowoomba 25K ITF, Canberra 60K ITF

2015 Melbourne Park 15K ITF

Finals

2019 Ashland 60K ITF

Zoe Hives in the news

Aussie women thrive in US Open qualifying
Priscilla Hon (Getty Images)
5 hours ago

Australia's women have gone five-from-five on the opening day of US Open qualifying, with Priscilla Hon, Lizette Cabrera, Maddison Inglis, Arina Rodionova and Jaimee Fourlis…
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Popyrin, Millman set for Winston-Salem
Alexei Popyrin (L) and John Millman (Getty Images)
19 August, 2019

Alexei Popyrin and John Millman will play at this week's ATP hard court event in Winston Salem ahead of next week's US Open, while 16 Aussies will contest qualifying at…
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Stosur receives US Open wildcard
Sam Stosur (Getty Images)
14 August, 2019

Sam Stosur, the US Open champion in 2011, has been awarded a main-draw wildcard and will contest her 15th tournament at Flushing Meadows.
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Biggest movers: Kyrgios Aussie men’s No.1
Nick Kyrgios celebrates his ATP title in Washington DC (Getty Images)
6 August, 2019

Nick Kyrgios' return to the world's top 30 this week has also seen him once again become Australia's No.1 male player.
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