Maureen Schwartz (died 29 May 2019) was a Brazilian tennis player
|Born||1946 or 1947|
|Died||29 May 2019 (aged 72)|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|Australian Open||1R (1965)|
At the 1963 Pan American Games in São Paulo, Schwartz and Maria Bueno paired together to claim a doubles silver medal, behind America's Darlene Hard and Carole Caldwell. She made the quarter-finals of the singles draw.
In 1965 she made her only appearance for the Brazil Federation Cup team, in a World Group quarter-final tie against France in Melbourne. She was beaten in her singles match by Janine Lieffrig, then teamed up with Maria Bueno in a live doubles rubber, which they lost in three sets to Lieffrig and Françoise Dürr. This was the first time that Schwartz had ever played on grass.
- "Tenista cearense Maureen Schwartz, que fez dupla com Maria Esther Bueno, morre aos 72 anos". Globo (in Portuguese). 5 June 2019.
- "American Girls". New York Daily News. 24 April 1963.
- "Trio hold advantage of more experience Australians favoured in Cup series". The Canberra Times. 14 January 1965. p. 24. Retrieved 23 November 2020 – via National Library of Australia.