German tennis player Tatjana Maria competes on a professional level. Her best doubles ranking was No. 54, which she attained in June 2016, and her highest singles ranking was No. 46, which she attained in November 2017.
She has taken home two singles championships and four doubles championships on the WTA Tour. She has 15 singles titles and 15 doubles titles from the ITF Circuit.
She participated for Germany in a total of 18 Billie Jean King Cup matches between the years of 2006 and 2011, as well as between 2018 and 2020, making a total of 12 appearances for the nation.
Maria took a break in 2013, and after some time off, she started touring again at the Copa Colsanitas in 2014.
In the 2022 Copa Colsanitas and the 2018 Mallorca Open, she became the first player to win a singles match on the WTA Tour.
After victories over Astra Sharma, Sorana Cirstea, fifth-seeded Maria Sakkari (2022 Wimbledon Championships), her fifth top-10 victory, and 12th-seeded Jeena Ostapenko (2022 Wimbledon Championships), against whom she saved two match points, Maria advanced to the quarterfinals of her first Grand Slam tournament.
She is the daughter of a former international handball player from Zabrze, Poland, Heinrich Malek. She married her coach, Charles-Edouard Maria, a former French tennis player, on April 8, 2013.
The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter they called Charlotte, on the 20th of December in 2013, and their second daughter, Cecilia, was born on the 2nd of April in 2021.
How Tall is Tatjana Maria?
Tatjana Maria stands at a height of 1.72 m.