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Bio of Ashleigh Barty-Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend, and Career

Bio of Ashleigh Barty-Age, Net Worth, Boyfriend, and Career

Ashleigh Barty is a former cricketer and professional tennis player from Australia. She is a right-handed player. Barty is Australia’s top-ranked player in both singles and doubles. She is currently ranked No. 1 in singles and No. 19 in doubles on the WTA.

Early Life of Ashleigh Barty

On April 24, 1996, Ashleigh Barty was born. She was born to Robert Barty, a father, and Josie Barty, a mother. Her hometown is Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. She holds Australian nationality. Sara and Ali are her two older sisters. She was raised in Springfield. She studied at Woodcrest State College.

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Caption: Ashleigh Barty, Tennis Player (Photo: Instagram)

She began playing tennis at the age of four. By the age of 12, she was already competing against adult males. She used to play netball as a kid.

Who is Ashleigh Barty’s BoyFriend?

Ashley Barty is Currently in a relationship with Golfer Gary Kissick.

Net Worth of Ashleigh Barty

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Caption: Ashleigh Barty, Tennis Player (Photo: Instagram)

Ashleigh Barty’s professional tennis career pays well. To date, she has won $7,366,380 in prize money from tennis. Her estimated net worth is $4 million.

Height of Ashleigh Barty

Ashleigh Barty is 1.66 m tall, or 5 feet and 5 and a half inches tall. Her physique is athletic.

Professional Career of Ashleigh Barty

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Caption: Ashleigh Barty, Tennis Player (Photo: Instagram)
  • She achieved a career-high ITF world junior ranking of No. 2 worldwide.
  • In 2011, she competed in her first junior Grand Slam event, the Australian Open.
  • At the age of 15, she won her only Grand Slam title at Wimbledon.
  • She is only the second Australian girl to win the girls’ singles event, following Debbie Freeman in 1980, and the first Australian girl to win any junior Grand Slam singles title since Jelena Dokic at the 1998 US Open.
  • In 2011, she won two Grade 1 doubles titles.
  • She and teammate Belinda Woolcock won the Junior Fed Cup at the end of the season.
  • She went pro in April of 2010. She was fourteen years old.
  • She won her first professional match against Ayu Fani Damayanti.
  • In early 2012, she made her WTA Tour main draw debuts in singles and doubles.
  • At the 2012 Australian Open, she made her Grand Slam debut.
  • She won four ITF singles and doubles titles.
  • She finished the 2012 season ranked 129th in doubles.
  • At the Malaysian Open, she won her first two WTA Tour matches.
  • After reaching the Australian Open finals in doubles, she became the youngest Grand Slam finalist since Tatiana Golovin.
  • She and Dellacqua became the first Australian women’s doubles team to reach the Australian Open finals since Evonne Goolagong and Helen Gourlay in 1977.
  • The Birmingham Classic was won by her and Dellacqua.
  • She finished the 2013 season ranked 12th in the world in doubles.
  • During the clay season, she and Dellacqua won their second title together at the Internationaux de Strasbourg.
  • She announced her retirement from professional tennis after the 2014 US Open.
  • In early 2015, she met with the Australian women’s national team to discuss her experience as a professional athlete. She was then intrigued by the prospect of playing cricket. However, she had no prior competitive cricket experience.
  • In July, she began training with Queensland Fire and Rescue. She began playing in Brisbane’s Women’s Premier Cricket Twenty20 league for the Western Suburbs District Cricket Club.
  • She appeared in 13 matches for Western Suburbs, scoring one century, averaging 42.4 runs, and taking eight wickets. Western Suburbs went on to win the league’s grand final.
  • She also joined the Heat for the inaugural season of the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) Twenty20. She was a regular member of the team throughout the season, which ended with a 7-7 record.
  • She returned to tennis in February 2016, following the conclusion of the WBBL season.
  • She won three of the five doubles tournaments she entered.
  • In late May 2016, she returned to singles.
  • She returned to the WTA Tour to compete in the Nottingham Open qualifying round.
  • She had a bone stress injury in her arm and only competed in one race, the 125K Taipei Challenger, in November 2016.
  • In 2017, she won her first career WTA singles title and broke into the top 100 for the first time.
  • She defeated world No. 9 Venus Williams in Cincinnati to earn her first career top ten victory.
  • She rose to No. 27 on the WTA rankings after reaching the third round of the 2017 US Open.
  • She rose to No. 23 in the WTA rankings after beating No. 7 Johanna Konta, No. 4 Karolina Pliskova, and No. 10 Jelena Ostapenko at the Wuhan Open.
  • She and Dellacqua reached the French Open finals, making them the first Australian women’s doubles team to reach all four Grand Slam finals. Throughout the year, the duo made six finals appearances. They won their second Birmingham Classic championship.
  • She finished the 2017 season ranked No. 17 in the world and No. 11 in doubles, both career highs.
  • In 2018, she reached the final of the Sydney International.
  • In 2018, she won the Nottingham Open on grass. In the final, she defeated British No. 1 Konta. It was her second WTA title of her career.
  • She won the 2018 WTA Elite Trophy, her first major title, by defeating Wang Qiang in the final.
  • She finished the 2018 season ranked No. 15, a career high.
  • At the Australian Open, she and Dellacqua advanced to the third round. This was the pair’s final WTA event together. Dellacqua announced his retirement following the tournament.
  • She won the 2018 Miami Open in collaboration with American CoCo Vandeweghe. It was Barty’s first Premier Mandatory championship.
  • She won the 2018 Italian Open and the 2018 Canadian Open with Demi Schuurs.
  • She achieved a career-high world ranking of No. 5 in WTA doubles.
  • She reconnected with Vandeweghe and won her first Grand Slam title at the US Open. In the final, they defeated Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic.
  • In 2019, she reached the final of the Sydney International, where she was defeated by Petra Kvitova.
  • Her performance at the Australian Open propelled her to a new career high ranking of No. 14.
  • She won her first Premier Mandatory/Premier 5 title in the Miami Open final, defeating Karolina Pliskova. She also made the top ten list.
  • At the 2019 French Open, she made her first Grand Slam final. Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic was defeated in straight sets. Her victory was her first Grand Slam title.

Facts of Ashleigh Barty

Full NameAshleigh Barty
Net Worth$4 Million
Date Of BirthApril 24, 1996
Age 26 years 2 months
Horoscope Taurus
Place Of BirthIpswich, Queensland
Height5 Feet and 5 Inches
ProfessionTennis player
EducationWoodcrest State College
PartnerGary Kissick
ParentsRobert Barty, Josie Barty
SiblingsSara and Ali


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