Maddison Inglis is an Australian tennis player, who has a career-high singles ranking of world’s No 112. She has won five singles titles and two doubles titles on the ITF circuit.
Maddison Inglis was born on January 14, 1998, in Perth, Western Australia. As a junior, she had won the titles at Queensland Junior ITF International and Victorian Junior Claycourt International in 2013, as well as Brunei ITF Junior Circuit in 2015. During the same year she was runner-up at the New Zealand 18 & Under Indoor Championships.
Maddison Inglis made her professional debut in 2013 at the $10,000 Sumter, SC (USA), reaching the third round. During the same year, she played at two more ITF tournaments.
In 2014, she reached the quarter-finals of the $25,000 Margaret River (Australia).
Maddison Inglis debuted in the WTA tour in 2016, playing at the WTA 250 Hobart International, but lost in the first round. The same year she debuted in the Grand Slam, playing at the Australian Open with a wildcard, but again was defeated in the first round by Ekaterina Makarova. By the end of the year, she played two quarter-finals at the $25,000 Perth (Australia) and $25,000 W25 Cairns (Australia).
In 2018, Maddison Inglis played entirely into the ITF Circuit. She reached the semi-finals of the $25,000 Perth (Australia) and $25,000 Winnipeg (Canada). She had also three quarter-finals during the season.
Maddison Inglis won her first ITF trophy in 2019, winning the titles at the $25,000 W25 Nonthaburi (Thailand). During the year, she won also $25,000 W25 Saskatoon (Canada) and $25,000 W25 Toowoomba (Australia). She was the runner-up at the $25,000 W25 Hong Kong (Hong Kong), $25,000 W25 Brisbane (Australia), and $60,000 W60 Bendigo (Australia). During the year she entered the world’s Top 200 and finished the season at No 130.
In 2020, Maddison Inglis won two more trophies at $60,000 W60 Burnie (Australia) and $25,000 W25 Perth (Australia). She missed most of the season due to injury and returned on the court in September only, playing at the US Open and the French Open / Roland Garros, losing in the first round on both.
Maddison Inglis prepared her calendar for 2021 mostly in the WTA Tour but hardly crossed the first round. She played at the WTA 500 Yarra Valley Classic and the Australian Open, losing in the first round. In February, she took part at the WTA 250 Phillip Island Trophy and WTA 500 Adelaide International, reaching the second round on both. By the end of the year, she did not improve her performance and her best result was the semi-finals of the $60,000 W60+H Caldas da Rainha (Portugal).
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