French Open Women 05/26 12:10 23 [86] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Jana Fett [135] 2-6,6-3,5-7
ITF W100 Madrid 05/17 16:35 27 [89] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Leyre Romero Gormaz [262] Retired
ITF W100 Madrid 05/16 14:55 26 [89] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Solana Sierra [183] 6-3,3-6,6-1
ITF W100 Madrid 05/15 15:25 25 [89] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Andrea Lazaro Garcia [386] 5-7,6-2,6-4
WTA Rome 05/06 08:00 14 [122] Darja Semenistaja v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [89] 4-6,6-0,7-5
WTA Madrid 04/25 11:30 24 [10] Jelena Ostapenko v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [93] 6-3,6-1
WTA Madrid 04/24 09:00 23 [93] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Paula Badosa [101] 2-6,6-3,6-3
WTA Madrid 04/23 10:30 15 [129] Sachia Vickery v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [93] 6-7,2-6
WTA Madrid 04/22 12:40 14 [115] Claire Liu v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [93] 2-6,6-2,4-6
ITF W100 Zaragoza 04/14 09:30 29 [143] Moyuka Uchijima v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [102] 6-1,6-2
ITF W100 Zaragoza 04/13 09:00 28 [251] Irene Burillo Escorihuela v Jessica Bouzas Maneiro [102] 0-6,6-7
ITF W100 Zaragoza 04/12 09:00 27 [102] Jessica Bouzas Maneiro v Martina Trevisan [81] 6-2,7-5

Jéssica Bouzas Maneiro (born 24 September 2002) is a Spanish tennis player. Bouzas Maneiro has career-high WTA rankings of world No. 90 in singles, achieved on 15 April 2024, and No. 201 in doubles, attained on 9 January 2023.

She has won one singles title on the WTA Challenger Tour as well as nine singles titles and four doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.



In December 2020, Bouzas Maneiro played her first professional singles final in Madrid, Spain. She was defeated by Conny Perrin from Switzerland.


In January 2021, one month after being runner-up in her first final, Bouzas Maneiro won her maiden singles title at a $15k event in Cairo when she defeated Slovak player Chantal Škamlová in the final. A week later, she won another singles title in Cairo. In March, she entered the final in Gonesse, France. Another week later, in Le Havre, she lost to French Léolia Jeanjean in the quarterfinals. She also was champion in the city of Heraklion in 2021, and played another final in Madrid.


In February 2022, she became champion in Villena, Spain, when she defeated American player Ashley Lahey in the final. A month later, she won her second title of the year in Palmanova, Spain. After entering the $25k final at Platja d'Aro in May, she lost to compatriot Guiomar Maristany.

At the end of June in Oran, Algeria, she won the bronze medal in singles and a gold medal in doubles at the Mediterranean Games. Partnering with Guiomar Maristany, she defeated the Maltese pair of Francesca Curmi and Elaine Genovese.

2023-24: United Cup, Major & WTA 1000 & top 100 debuts, WTA 125 title

She competed for Spain as a substitute at the 2023 United Cup, and was victorious on her debut over Olivia Gadecki.

She made her Major debut at the Wimbledon Championships by qualifying for the main draw.

Following reaching the final at the 2024 Zaragoza Open she reached the top 100 in the rankings on 15 April 2024 at world No. 90.

At her home WTA 1000, the 2024 Mutua Madrid Open she qualified for the main draw of a WTA 1000 for the first time and defeated compatriot Paula Badosa for her first win at this level.