Wang Qiang

Karan 27 Jan,2020

Facts of Wang Qiang

Birth Name
Wang Qiang


Career & Net worth

Professional Tennis Player

Wang Qiang is a professional tennis player from China who has won two singles titles on the WTA Tour. She has also won one singles title on the WTA 125K series and 13 singles titles, and one doubles title on the ITF circuit. She turned pro in 2006.

A native of Tianjin, China, Qiang was born on 14 January 1992, under the star sign of Capricorn. She has a height of 5 ft 8 in and plays right-handed (two-handed backhand). On September 9, 2019, she reached her highest singles of rank No. 12 in the world, becoming he second-highest ranked Chinese tennis player after Li Na.

Net Worth and Earnings

Wang Qiang earns a significant amount of money from her professional tennis career, and important sources of income are from winning prize money, endorsement deals, sponsorships, and contracts. At the end of 2019, She has so far received prize money of $4,367,930 for winning 2 WTA, 1 WTA 125K and 13 ITF singles, and 1 ITF doubles.

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Wang has amassed prize money of $17,821 as of 2020 while Karolina Pliskova and Ashleigh Barty are the highest-earning female tennis s far this year. In 2019, she made the earnings of $1,316,417 from her prize money while she earned $1,596,204 in 2018.

Adidas currently sponsors Wang. 

Relationship Status; Who is her Boyfriend?

The 29-year old Wang is unmarried, but allegedly not single. She is reportedly dating Zhou Xin Mu, who is also a tennis player. Both of them were seen together attending the 2019 WTA Shenzhen Open Tennis Tournament party. They were seen holding hands. However, it is not confirmed whether the two are in a relationship or not.

Tennis player Wang Qiang SOURCE: Instagram @wangqiang

Wang Qiang's relationship status is not made official. She tends to keep her personal life away from the spotlight. Neither does she post about her love life on her social media outlets. 

Career Overview

Wang began playing tennis at the age of nine in 2001. During the same year, she became the promotion player for the Tianjin National Tennis Center and won the Junior's Tennis Championship in 2006 in China. The following year she again won the championship for the second consecutive time. In that same year 2007, she officially started touring the ITF Women's Circuit in Japan.

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CAPTION: Wang Qiang, Second-highest ranked Chinese SOURCE: @WTA

But her career-first biggest win came at the 2013 Malaysian Open, where she defeated Caroline Wozniacki in the first round. 

In 2018, Wang won a gold medal in singles at the Asian Games. She reached the new career-high ranking of No. 12 following her performance at the 2019 US Open and became the second-highest ranked Chinese player. At the 2020 Australian Open, Wang defeated Serena Williams in the third round.

Career Achievements

  • Won a gold medal in singles at the Asian Games

  • Earned her first WTA tour title in Asian Swing at Jiangxi (2018)

  • Earned her second WTA title at Guangzhou (2018)

  • Ranked second-highest Chinese tennis player in history

  • Became the first-ever Chinese to reach the semifinals at the tournament

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