Ashleigh Barty

Ashleigh Barty 2021: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Australian tennis star Ashleigh Barty was born on April 24, 1996, in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. She made her breakthrough at French Open 2019 when Barty filled up the Grand Slam drought in Australian tennis since 2011. She is the WTA world number one.

Ashleigh Barty of Australia celebrates winning match point during her Women's Singles first round match against Lesia Tsurenko of Ukraine on day one of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 20, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

She has an all-court game and comes up with creative tennis, and her favorite surface is grass. And Barty trains under the tennis coach, Craig Tyzzer.

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She is also a former cricketer. In 2014, she took a break from tennis and switched to cricket. She made a comeback in tennis in 2016 and broke into the top-20 rankings in 2017. 

On-court Achievements

Ashleigh Barty’s WTA singles title count extends to 12 and in doubles, she has won 11 titles which includes the US Open 2018 title where she teamed up with Coco Vandeweghe. In doubles, she has also reached the finals of the other three slams.

Barty pulled off her first singles title at the year-end WTA Elite Trophy in 2018. In 2019, she was the Miami Open champion, and she defeated a few top ten players in Miami and made her debut in the top ten WTA rankings.

Barty's maiden WTA title came at the Malaysian Open in 2017. She also has other important titles in Adelaide, Birmingham, WTA Finals, Zhuhai, Nottingham, etc.

Ashleigh Barty of Australia celebrates victory after the Women's Singles final match against Elina Svitolina of Ukraine on Day eight of the 2019 WTA Finals at Shenzhen Bay Sports Center on November 3, 2019, in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province of China. (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)

After her victory at Roland-Garros 2019, a few days later, Ashleigh Barty’s ranking rose to World Number one after her Birmingham Classic victory. She was the first Australian woman to be ranked as World Number one after Evonne Goolagong, who did it in 1973.

Ashleigh Barty later won Wimbledon Championships 2021 as the number one seed. This was the second Grand Slam of her career and the first Wimbledon won by an Australian since Evonne Goolagong won it in 1980.

Ashleigh Barty's form leading up to the 2021 season

Barty won the Adelaide International tournament at the start of the 2020 season. The then World no. 1 also reached the Australian Open semi-final and lost a tough battle to eventual champion Sofia Kenin.

Barty also reached the Qatar Open semi-final. After the tennis tour's hiatus due to the pandemic, Barty decided to skip the rest of the season due to health concerns.

Due to the protected rankings scenario, Barty's world no. 1 ranking stayed intact.

Personal life

Since 2017, Barty has been in a relationship with professional golfer, Australian Garry Kissick.

Ashleigh Barty: Net worth 2021

Presently her on-court earnings are about $18,798,304, from singles and doubles tennis on the WTA Tour. In 2020, Forbes ranked Barty as the third-highest paid female athlete in the world. She earned $13.1 million, with $10.1 coming in tennis prize money.

Ashleigh Barty’s Endorsements 2021

Ash Barty uses racquets manufactured by global sports equipment brand, Head, and her tennis apparel and footwear are taken care of by FILA. She became the part of Rado YoungStar family in 2017. She joined hands with the luxury car brand, Jaguar, in December 2018, the online video streaming platform, Kayo Sports sponsored her. Australian food spread firm, Vegemite also endorses her, and so do Banana Boat and Esmi.

Foundation and Charity

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In 2020, she gave her support to the Indigenous tennis programs in Australia, in connection with the Australian Tennis Foundation.

How to contact Ashleigh Barty?

Twitter, Instagram

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Age

25

Residence

Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

Nationality

Australian

Endorsements

Head, FILA, Rado, Jaguar, Kayo Sports, Vegemite, Banana Boat, Esmi