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Maya Joint

Maya Joint is an 18-year-old professional tennis player, born and raised in Detroit, United States, who represents Australia on the professional tennis tour.

 

Considered by many as one of the highest-rated rising stars on the tennis tour, Maya continues to take the tennis world by storm every time she steps out on the court.

 

In her first Grand Slam appearance at the 2024 Australian Open, Maya reached the last round of women’s singles qualifying, where she was defeated by eventual semi-finalist Dayana Yastremska. Maya then made her Grand Slam main draw debut in the Mixed Doubles draw.

 

Following the Australian Open, Maya continued her fantastic form by claiming her maiden pro tour title at the ITF Burnie International in Tasmania and then won her second pro title just a few weeks later in the Dominican Republic.
 

After a fantastic start to the 2024 season, Maya’s meteoric rise up the ranks has seen her break into the top 200 in the WTA Singles Rankings in May.
 

As of the start of the 2024 college tennis season in the US, Maya will attend The University of Texas and play for the Texas Longhorns.

Maya Joint

Maya Joint is an 18-year-old professional tennis player, born and raised in Detroit, United States, who represents Australia on the professional tennis tour.

 

Considered by many as one of the highest-rated rising stars on the tennis tour, Maya continues to take the tennis world by storm every time she steps out on the court.

 

In her first Grand Slam appearance at the 2024 Australian Open, Maya reached the last round of women’s singles qualifying, where she was defeated by eventual semi-finalist Dayana Yastremska. Maya then made her Grand Slam main draw debut in the Mixed Doubles draw.

 

Following the Australian Open, Maya continued her fantastic form by claiming her maiden pro tour title at the ITF Burnie International in Tasmania and then won her second pro title just a few weeks later in the Dominican Republic.
 

After a fantastic start to the 2024 season, Maya’s meteoric rise up the ranks has seen her break into the top 200 in the WTA Singles Rankings in May.
 

As of the start of the 2024 college tennis season in the US, Maya will attend The University of Texas and play for the Texas Longhorns.

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