Paula Badosa : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career Earnings
Paula Badosa is a Spanish professional tennis player Know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career Earnings
|Birthdate ( Age)||15 November 1997|
|Place of Birth||Manhattan, New York, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married Yet|
|Parents||Mireia Gibert, Josep Badosa|
|Profession||Spanish professional tennis player|
|Net Worth||$ 2.5 Million|
|Last Update||July 2021|
Paula Badosa Gibert is a Spanish professional tennis player.She won the 2015 French Open girls' singles title by defeating Anna Kalinskaya in the final.
Paula Badosa and Joshua Sorrentino (Image by Paula Badosa Instagram)
Badosa reached her best singles ranking of world No. 29 and peaked at No. 256 in the doubles rankings, on 12 July 2021.
Early Life and Family
Paula Badosa was born in Manhattan to Mireia Gibert and Josep Badosa. Both of her parents worked in the world of fashion. When she was seven, they moved to Barcelona. She then started playing tennis, at a club named Playa de Aro. At the age of 14, she moved to Valencia in order to progress in tennis. At the age of 17, she returned to Barcelona.
She speaks Spanish, Catalan, English and a little bit of French, and has been studying high school for about four years at a distance. Her idol growing up was Maria Sharapova.Her favourite tournament is the US Open.When she was a child she aspired to be a model, following her parents' path.She has struggled with depression and anxiety.
Paula Badosa Husband
She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged.Although veterinarian-cum-model Joshua Sorrentino is the only noteworthy male who has appeared in her social media posts.Badosa hasn’t publicly revealed her relationship status yet.
Paula Badosa Net Worth
Paula Badosa Gibert is a Spanish professional tennis player who has an estimated Net Worth of $2.5 million in 2021.
Badosa is a former junior world No. 8. She made her debut at the ITF Junior Circuit in September 2012, at the age of 14. In February 2014, she won her first junior singles title at the Grade-1 Mediterranee Avenir in Casablanca.
In April 2014, she won the doubles title at a Grade-1 tournament, the Trofeo Juan Carlos Ferrero in Villena. In May 2014, she reached the semifinals of the Grade-A Trofeo Bonfiglio in doubles. In the juniors division of the 2014 French Open, she reached the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles.
Badosa made her debut on the ITF Women's Circuit in May 2012 in Getxo. In November 2013, she won her first title in Sant Jordi. In March 2015, she received a wildcard for the main draw at the Premier Mandatory Miami Open, where she recorded her first two match wins on the WTA Tour. In the third round, she lost to seed No. 14 Karolína Plíšková. Later, she reached the main draw of the Madrid Open through qualifying, but had to retire in her first-round match against Sara Errani.
Her breakthrough came at the 2018 Morocco Open, when she reached the quarterfinals and lost to Aleksandra Krunić.In September, she won the $60K Open de Valencia, defeating fellow Spaniard Aliona Bolsova in the final.At the 2019 Australian Open, she made her Grand Slam main-draw debut, after passing qualifying; she lost to wildcard Kimberly Birrell in the first round.
In the early season, Badosa recorded her first Grand Slam match-win at the Australian Open, defeating qualifier Johanna Larsson in the first round. She then lost to world No. 7, Petra Kvitová.In September, she reached the semifinals at the İstanbul Cup, where she lost to Eugenie Bouchard.
Her biggest result of the year was at the French Open, where she reached her first round of 16 at a major tournament.There, she defeated two former Grand Slam champions, Sloane Stephens and Jeļena Ostapenko.
She entered the French Open unseeded initially, but was promoted to 33rd seed after the withdrawal of Alison Riske. She defeated Lauren Davis and Danka Kovinic in straight sets before facing Ana Bogdan. She saved a match point in the second set before going on to defeat her in three to move into the fourth round of the French Open for the second year in a row.
She then faced former finalist and 20th seed Markéta Vondroušová, whom she defeated in three sets to move into the quarterfinals of a major for the first time in her career.Despite being up a break in the final set, she fell in the quarterfinals to Tamara Zidanšek.