Marketa Vondrousova is a Czech professional tennis player who reached a career-high ranking of world No.14 in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA). Further, she was the runner-up at the 2019 French Open, becoming the first teenage Grand Slam Finalist on the WTA since Caroline Wozniacki nearly a decade earlier. Vondrousova has won 1 WTA singles title.
Sokolov, Czech Republic native, Marketa Vondrousova was born on 28th June 1999, under the star sign Cancer. The left-handed (two-handed backhand) holds Czech nationality. She stands 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) tall.
With total career earnings of $3,790,234, Marketa Vondrousova is ranked #151 in the WTA Tour Career Prize Money Leaders. Serena William is the all-time top Career Prize Money Leaders with a total earning of $94,236,271.
Besides the tournament prize money, there are endorsements, sponsorships, bonuses, and club tennis deals for the tennis players. Vondrousova's current sponsors include Nike and Yonex. As of 2021, her net worth is approximately $3 million.
Marketa Vondrousova is currently in a relationship with her boyfriend, Stepan Simek. Her bae is also a tennis player from the Czech. Though there is no information when or where they met, but many assumed they met in court since both are from the same profession.
There are plenty of romantic pictures on their respective Instagram. Must say, they are not shy to flaunt their love in the socials. Best of Luck to the most adorable tennis couple.
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Marketa Vondrousova is the daughter of David Vondrous and Jinsriska Anderlova. Her father who played tennis recreationally introduced her to the sport. On the other hand, her mother is a former volleyball player who played for SK Slavia Prague in the top-flight Extraliga.
Though Vondrousova's father and mother divorced when she was three, both her parents as well as her stepfather were support systems in the field of tennis.
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A former world No.1 junior, Marketa Vondrousova began playing on the ITF Women's Circuit at the age of 14 in May 2014. Later that year, she qualified for her first main draw.
In 2017, she had a breakthrough on the WTA Tour, winning the Ladies Open Biel Bienne in just second career WTA singles event. This led her to have a spot in the top 100 of the WTA rankings prior to her 18. She suffered injuries early in her career, missing the second half of the 2019 season.
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