Who is Ashleigh Barty?

Ashleigh Barty is an Australian professional tennis player as well as a former cricketer. She is the top-ranked Australian in both women's singles and doubles. At present, she ranks at WTA No. 8 in singles and No. 7 in doubles. She has won five singles titles and ten doubles titles on the WTA Tour including one Grand Slam singles title at the 2019 French Open and one Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open with partner CoCo Vandeweghe. In 2010, she turned to professional. 

What is the real name of Ashleigh Barty?

The real name of Ashleigh Barty is Ashleigh "Ash" Barty.

When and Where was Ashleigh Barty born?

Ashleigh Barty was born on 24th April 1996 in Ipswich, Queensland in Australia. She grew up in Springfield. 

Who are the parents and siblings of Ashleigh Barty?

Ashleigh was born to Robert Barty, and Josie Barty. She has two older sisters, Sara, and Ali. 

What is the nationality and ethnicity of Ashleigh Barty?

Ashleigh holds Australian nationality and her ethnicity is White.

What is the religion and star sign of Ashleigh Barty?

Her religion is Christian and her star sign is Taurus. 

Which college did Ashleigh Barty attend?

Ashleigh Bary attended Woodcrest State College. 

Who is Ashleigh Barty's boyfriend?

Ashley Barty is an unmarried woman. As of today, she is dating golfer Gary Kissick. The couple is living a happy life without any disturbances. 

How tall is Ashleigh Barty?

Ashleigh Barty is a very beautiful tennis player with an athletic body build. She stands at a height of 1.66 m or 5 feet and 5 and a half inches tall. 

What is the net worth of Ashleigh Barty?

The net worth of Ashleigh Barty is estimated to have $4 Million as of 2019. She has earned $7,366,380 as prize money from her tennis career. 

What makes Ashleigh Barty famous?

  • Ashleigh was very much fond of playing tennis from her small age. 
  • She started playing tennis at the age of only four. 
  • She reached career-high ITF world junior ranking of No. 2.
  • She also played her first junior Grand Slam event in 2011 at the Australian Open but she lost to Lauren Davis.
  • She then won her Grand Slam title at Wimbledon at the age of 15. 
  • She became just the second Australia to win the girls' singles event after Debbie Freeman in 1980, and the first Australian girl to win any junior Grand Slam singles title since Jelena Dokic at the 1998 US Open. 
  • In 2010 April, she started her professional career. 
  • She then won two Grade 1 title in doubles in the year 2011. 
  • She finished the season with the Junior Fed Cup title with teammate Belinda Woolcock. 
  • She won her first pro match win against Ayu Fani Damayanti. 
  • She made her singles and doubles main draw debuts on the WTA Tour in early 2012. 
  • She made her Grand Slam draw debut at the 2012 Australian Open. 
  • She won four ITF titles in both singles and doubles. 
  • She finished the year 2012 ranked No. 129 in doubles. 
  • She won her first two WTA Tour-level matches at the Malaysian Open.
  • She became the youngest Grand Slam finalist since Tatiana Golovin after she reached Australian Open finals in doubles. 
  • She and Dellacqua became the first Australian duo to reach an Australian Open women's doubles final.
  • She and Dellacqua also won the Birmingham Classic final. 
  • She finished the 2013 season as the World No. 12 in the doubles rankings. 
  • She and Dellacqua won their second title together at the Internationaux de Strasbourg during the clay season. 
  • She announced after the 2014 US Open that she is taking a break from professional tennis. 
  • She returned to tennis in February 2016 after the end of WBBL season.
  • She won three of five doubles tournaments.
  • She returned to singles in late May 2016. 
  • She also returned to the WTA Tour qualifying for the Nottingham Open. 
  • She then suffered a bone stress injury in her arm and played only one event, the 125K Taipei Challenger in November 2016.
  • She won her first career WTA singles title in 2017 and entered the top 100 for the first time. 
  • She reached WTA ranking of No. 27 after she reached the third round at the 2017 US Open. 
  • She reached WTA ranking of No. 23 after defeating No. 7 Johanna Konta, No. 4 Karolina Pliskova, and No. 10 Jelena Ostapenko at the Wuhan Open. 
  • She and Dellacqua reached the finals at the French Open becoming the first Australian women's doubles team to reach all four Grand Slam finals. 
  • The pair reached six finals on the year and they won their second Birmingham Classic title.
  • She reached the Sydney International final in 2019, where she lost to Petra Kvitova. 
  • She reached the Grand Slam final for the first time at 2019 French Open. 
  • She defeated Czech Marketa Vondrousova in straight set to win her maiden Grand Slam championship.