- 3.1 Individual
- 3.2 double
Tatjana began at the age of four years playing tennis. She won in a single previous eight ITF tournaments.
In the tennis league, she was with the TC Radolfzell 2010 and 2011 German team champion. In 2012 she joined the newly promoted Premiership Ratingen TC Green and white.
Her achievements on the WTA tour, she celebrated with the quarter-finals in three tournaments in the category International: In 2009, she retired after recovering from qualifying in Barcelona ( sand) Spaniard Carla Suárez Navarro against the 4:6, 0:6 from; 2010 in Pattaya, she moved against the Kazakh Yaroslava Shvedova in Marbella and again against Carla Suárez Navarro the short straw. Your best results in Grand Slam tournaments she reached in 2009 at the Australian Open and Wimbledon, but against Svetlana Kuznetsova as well as against Samantha Stosur separated them from each in the second round.
In doubles she lost in 2009 with her compatriot Andrea Petkovic in Bad Gastein (Category: WTA International ) the final against the Czech pairing of Andrea Hlaváčková and Lucie Hradecká with 2:6, 4:6. With Anna -Lena Grönefeld she won six more ITF tournaments and three with different partners.
Her first doubles title on the WTA Tour won Maria (then Malek ) in September 2012 in Québec, together with its French partner Kristina Mladenovic.
Performance at Grand Slam tournaments
Her first Fed Cup commitment she had in July 2006 when she won her match as the only German player ( against Sun Tiantian ). In their second outing she made in April 2007 in the match against Croatia the crucial point for the German team when they defeated Ivana Lisjak 6:2 and 6:3. In July 2007, she won her third use both single and the double at the side of Anna -Lena Grönefeld, which they contributed significantly to the 3-2 victory of the German team against Japan. Your recent Fed Cup record is mixed: in 2008 she lost the use against the United States both her single and her double; In 2009, she won her doubles match against Switzerland, but lost her single in the match against China; In February 2010, she lost - again on the side of Grönefeld - the ultimate for the encounter against the Czech Republic double.
Tatjana Maria lives in Bad Saulgau and has the high school. In her spare time she likes to play handball. During the tournament in Indian Wells 2008 she suffered as a result of thrombosis pulmonary embolism, she had to pause for three months. On April 8, 2013, she married in Palm Beach Gardens in Florida, their coach and manager Charles Edouard Maria. After Wimbledon 2013 Tatjana Maria puts a baby break and will incur no more tournaments until further notice. Her father Henry Malek was a Polish handball player. On 20 December 2013, it became the mother of a girl.