Aryna Sabalenka Height, Age, Net Worth

Quick Info Aryna Sabalenka :

NameAryna Siarhiejeŭna Sabalenka
NickNameAryna Sabalenka
Date of Birth5 May 1998
Age (2024)26 Years
Height5ft 9in
ProfessionTennis player
ParentsSergey Sabalenka, Yulia Sabalenka
CoachAnton Dubrov
Net Worth10-15 Million Dollars

Who is Aryna Sabalenka ?

Aryna Siarhiejeŭna Sabalenka, is born on May 5, 1998 . She is Belarusian tennis player ,she play in both singles and doubles of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Aryan’s journey is started by her achievements and a playing style.

Aryna Sabalenka
Aryna Sabalenka

Her popularity is start in 2017 when she led the Belarus Fed Cup team to a notable runner-up finish with Aliaksandra Sasnovich, despite their rankings outside the top 75 at the time. Sabalenka’s made herlself on the court became increasingly strong as she finished the years 2018 and 2019 ranked No. 11 globally in singles, laying the foundation for her future dominance.

In 2023, Sabalenka write her name in the tennis history by wining her maiden major singles title at the Australian Open, a feat she repeated the following year in 2024. These triumphs, coupled with her in doubles, where she has secured major titles partnering with Elise Mertens.

Facts about Aryna Sabalenka :

  • Former World No. 1 in both singles and doubles (WTA).
  • Two-time Australian Open champion (2023, 2024).
  • Two major doubles titles (US Open 2019, Australian Open 2021).
  • 20 career titles total (14 singles, 6 doubles).
  • Reached semifinals at all four majors in 2023.
  • ITF World Champion (2023).
  • Aggressive style with high numbers of winners and unforced errors.
Aryna Sabalenka
Aryna Sabalenka
  • Powerful serve due to her height.
  • Father, Sergey, was an ice hockey player.
  • Started playing tennis by chance when her dad saw courts while driving.
  • Began training at the National Tennis Academy in Minsk (opened 2014).
  • Start to focus on professional events instead of juniors at a young age.
  • Late start on ITF Junior Circuit, competing in U14 and U16 tours earlier.
  • Never played in junior Grand Slams or high-level junior events.
  • Career-high junior ranking: No. 225.
  • First ITF title: Doubles at a low-level event in Belarus (2013).
  • First ITF singles title: Grade 4 event in Finland (2014).
  • Began playing professional events in 2012 (before even starting juniors).
  • Won first professional match in Istanbul (late 2014).

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