Date of Birth: May 30, 1996
Place of Birth: São Paulo, Brazil
Highest ATP Ranking: Top 20

Beatriz Haddad Maia is a professional tennis player from Brazil, born in São Paulo on May 30, 1996. Throughout her career, she has reached a ranking within the Top 20 in both singles and doubles on the WTA Tour. She started playing tennis at the age of three and began competing internationally in 2009.

In 2014, she won her first professional title at the ITF tournament in Brasília, and since then, she has accumulated 10 singles titles and 9 doubles titles on the ITF circuit. Haddad Maia has had several standout moments in her career on the WTA Tour. In 2017, she reached the third round of the Australian Open, defeating notable players such as Annika Beck and Johanna Konta along the way. She also reached the second round of the French Open that same year.

In 2022, Haddad Maia had an exceptional year, winning her first WTA 250 title in Nottingham and following it up with another title in Birmingham. This success led to her first appearance in the Top 30 of the WTA rankings. She also had a notable performance in doubles, reaching the semifinals at Wimbledon.

However, her career has been interrupted by injuries on several occasions. In 2018, she suffered a back injury that forced her to withdraw for several months. In 2019, a foot injury kept her off the circuit for much of the season.

In addition to her career as a tennis player, Haddad Maia is also known for her activism in support of gender equality and diversity in sports. In 2020, she was one of the founders of the group “Tenistas pela Democracia” (Tennis Players for Democracy), which aims to promote human rights, social justice, and democracy in Brazil.

Beatriz Haddad Maia is a talented Brazilian tennis player who has achieved notable successes on the WTA Tour, despite facing injuries that have affected her career. Additionally, her activism in support of gender equality and social justice makes her an inspiring figure for many in Brazil.