Greet Minnen

PSR 30 Aug,2023

Facts of Greet Minnen

Full Name
Greet Minnen
Last Name
First Name
Alison Van Uytvanck
Emilie Vermeire
Relationship Status


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$1 Million


Alison Van Uytvanck
Emilie Vermeire
Relationship Status

Greet Minnen is a skilled tennis player who employs a right-handed style with a two-handed backhand. Minnen has secured two career titles throughout her career. Her highest position in the WTA singles rankings was an impressive No. 69, achieved on October 18, 2021.

Greet achieved the No. 47 ranking on August 15, 2022, in the doubles category. As of May 22, 2023, her current singles ranking stands at No. 56 worldwide. Minnen's success extends to Grand Slam events. In the 2021 US Open, she progressed to the third round in singles. Now, Greet enjoys her luxurious life with her lesbian partner by her side. 

Greet Minnen Net Worth 2023 & Prize Money

Name Net Worth Age Prize Money
Greet Minnen $1 Million 25 $1,603,289

Greet Minnen's estimated net worth is around $1 million. She has earned a total of $1,603,289 in prize money over her tennis career. As she continues to participate in professional tournaments, her earnings are expected to increase.

Greet while practicingGreet practicing tennis for improvement. SOURCE: Instagram- @greetjeminnen

Tennis players make money from various sources like winning tournaments, getting money from sponsors, appearing at events, and more. The top five richest female tennis players and their estimated net worth are Serena Williams at $250 million, Maria Sharapova at $180 million, Venus Williams at $75 million, Li Na at $40 million, and Anna Kournikova at $50 million.

Greet Minnen Defeats Venus Williams in US Open 2023

Venus Williams who is a tennis legend faced an unexpected and lopsided defeat at the US Open when she lost to Belgian qualifier Greet Minnen 6-1, 6-1 in the first round. This marked her most one-sided loss ever and came as a shock considering her impressive history.  Venus couldn't secure a win in her 100th career match at the tournament, breaking her streak of 21 consecutive first-round wins despite her past victories and two US Open wins in 2000 and 2001.

Greet Minnen a much younger rising star showed exceptional skills, winning with a commanding 80% first-serve success rate and breaking Williams' serve five times. Hampered by a chronic knee injury, Venus struggled on the court, making 30 unforced errors and winning only 14 of 32 net points.

Greet Minnen Lesbian Partner, Marie Diels: Dating History

Currently, Greet Minnen is dating Marie Diels, and the couple can be seen enjoying their relationship on their social media, but nothing much is known about her.  Greet Minnen was rumored to be dating Vermeiren who is also a Belgian tennis player who is ranked 114th in the world.

Greet enjoying her time with her lesbian partner Greet is currently in a relationship with Marie Diels. SOURCE: Instagram- @greetjeminnen

She has won two WTA Challenger Tour titles, including the 2022 WTA Challenger Tour event in Prague. Minnen and Vermeiren first met in 2019, when they were both competing in the junior ranks. They quickly became friends and began dating in 2022.

They have been very open about their relationship on social media. They often post photos and videos of themselves together, and they have spoken out about the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in sports.  Greet Minnen had also dated Alison Van Uytvanck a famous LGBT couple on the WTA Tour. They announced their engagement in December 2020, but less than a year after the engagement they announced the split saying that they had decided to separate from their relationship.

Greet Minnen Tennis Career, Rankings & Stats

Greet Minnen is a rising player in women's tennis who achieved her best singles ranking at number 69 in the world on October 18, 2021Minnen has secured three singles titles in the WTA Tour, all on hard courts starting her professional career in 2015.

Greet celebrating her victoryGreet is victorious against Venus  SOURCE: Instagram- @greetjeminnen

 Alongside this, she clinched 11 ITF singles titles and four ITF doubles titles. Her standout performance arrived at the 2022 French Open, where she reached the quarterfinals. She has also made it to the quarterfinals of the WTA Tour Finals in doubles.

Consistency characterizes Minnen's journey in the WTA Tour, with 315 wins and 170 losses, translating to a solid 64.9% winning record. Her style is marked by powerful baseline play and a strong serve, with the ability to hit winners from various court positions, making her a formidable competitor, particularly on hard courts.

As a young and dynamic player, Greet Minnen's future holds much promise. Her notable accomplishments include reaching the French Open quarterfinals in 2022, winning three WTA Tour singles titles in 2021, securing two WTA Challenger Tour doubles titles in 2018, and beginning her professional journey in 2015.

In terms of statistics, her career showcases 315 wins and 170 losses in singles, with a 64.9% win rate, along with 96 wins and 76 losses in doubles, resulting in a 56.5% success rate. Her highest rankings are 69th in singles (as of October 18, 2021) and 47th in doubles (as of August 15, 2022).

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Greet Minnen Racket, Endorsement Deals & Sponsors

Greet Minnen has sponsorship agreements with a variety of brands, including:

  1. Wilson: Minnen plays with Wilson tennis rackets, specifically using the Wilson Blade v8 100 racket. This racket is known for its power and is designed for players who play aggressively from the baseline.
  2. Hubo: Minnen is sponsored by the Belgian sporting goods retailer Hubo.
  3. Wcup Nutrition: She is also sponsored by Wcup Nutrition, a Belgian company that specializes in sports nutrition.
  4. Sport Vlaanderen: Minnen has sponsorship from Sport Vlaanderen, a sports organization in Belgium.

Minnen doesn't have any publicly known deals with fashion or clothing brands. Minnen's racket, the Wilson Blade v8 100 is tailored for aggressive baseline players. It's designed to give her a lot of power on her shots with its large sweet spot and stiff flex.

The racket's ample head size is particularly advantageous for Minnen's style, as it provides her with a bigger target to aim at when hitting shots from different areas of the court. This racket is also favored by other professional players like Aryna Sabalenka, Karolina Pliskova, and Stefanos Tsitsipas.


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