Ashleigh Barty is an Australian professional tennis player. She is currently the number 1 tennis player in the world. Barty has won 11 singles and 11 doubles titles as part of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) program. On Saturday, July 10, she will face Karolina Pliskova for the Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. As of 2021, Ashleigh Barty's net worth is estimated to be around $12 million.
|Full Name||Ashleigh Barty|
|Birth Date||24 April, 1996|
|Birth Place||Ipswich, Queensland, Australia|
|Profession||Professional tennis player|
|Net Worth||$12 million|
Ashleigh Barty was born on April 24, 1996 in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. She was born to parents Robert and Josie Barty. Her father, Robert, worked at the State Library of Queensland and her mother, Josie, is a radiologist. She grew up with two older sisters, Sarah and Ali. For her education, she enrolled at Woodcrest State College.
At the age of 4, he began training at the West Brisbane Tennis Center under the guidance of junior coach Jim Joyce. From the beginning, he had excellent hand-eye coordination, which greatly impressed Coach Joyce. Even after school, he trained at home. When he was 12 years old, he started playing against grown men.
Ashley was trained by Jason Stoltenberg when she was 15 years old. She spent most of her early years away from home. In fact, in the entire calendar year that she turned 17, she only spent 27 days at home. She at 15 she won the junior Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. Barty turned professional with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) shortly after her 14th birthday in April 2010.
Ashleigh Barty’s Net Worth and Career
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In her first professional match, she faced Karolina Wlodarczak, but was unable to win in her first match. She achieved her first professional win against Ayu Fani Damayanti. Barty finished the 2010/12 season ranked No. 177 in the WTA singles rankings and No. 129 in doubles.
Although Barty struggled to win her first singles title, she excelled in doubles. She and Dellacqua hit it off, beating 3 of 1 seeds at Wimbledon and the US Open. The duo took their first win at the Birmingham Classic and secured their second victory at the Strasbourg International in 2014.
Ashley took a break from professional tennis after the 2014 US Open when she showed an interest in cricket. Barty began training with a Queensland fire safety trainer and began playing for the Western Suburbs District Cricket Club Barty showed her fine form as an all-around player in the second match of the Premier Cricket Twenty20 League in Brisbane. She scored a whopping 63 points and took 2 wickets from four overs.
Barty returned to professional tennis in 2016. In the first two months she managed to win three out of five tournaments. Barty earned his first career wins at the Australian Open, where he reached the third round. In 2018 she won the Nottingham Open, her second WTA singles title. She then continued to work hard to get in her best shape and competed at the US Open with Vandeweghe. She won her first career Grand Slam title of hers at the US Open.
Ashley is currently competing at Wimbledon, where she is close to winning the title. She does not lose a set in the first round of the Grand Slam. Barty reached the final by beating former champion Angelique Kerber by 63.76. She must defeat Arina Sobolenko to claim the title on her behalf. They will meet in the final, which will take place on July 10.
Ashleigh Barty’s personal life
Ashleigh Barty is currently dating Harry Kissick, a PGA pro golfer and trainee. She first met him at Brookwater Golf Club in 2016. Kissik was working at a golf club when he came to the club to play golf. They soon hit it off and started dating.
Harry introduced himself as Barty’s boyfriend when she took him out on a date to the John Newcomb Awards. Harry has been Barty’s number one follower and fan since the day he met her.
Ashleigh Barty net worth
As of 2021, Ashleigh Barty’s total net worth is $12 million. She earned more than $18.7 million as a professional tennis player. She is currently ranked 23rd on the all-time money list. Barty will take home the entire prize pool of $2.4 million if she wins Wimbledon 2021 on July 10, 2021.