Barbora Strycova Net Worth|WIki| Know Net worth,Tennis Player, Games, Children, Instagram, Age
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|Net worth||$6.8 million|
|Date of Birth:||1986 March 28|
|Age:||36 years old|
|Birth Nation:||Czech Republic|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
Barbora Strycova formerly known as Barbora Záhlavová Strýcová is a Czech former professional tennis player who was ranked world No. 1 in doubles. She has an estimated net worth of $6.8 million which she earned from competitions.
Assets and Property
Strycova s a Czech former professional tennis player. She has an estimated net worth of $6.8 million which she earned from competitions. She earned $25k in Trnava, Slovakia, where she reached the semifinals, before qualifying and winning her first-round match at the US Open. She built on these performances in ITF Circuit events at the end of the season, winning the $100k event in Ortisei, Italy, and a $50k event in Ismaning, Germany, and worked her way back into the top 100. It seems that she owns a 2021 Toyota Supra 3.0 in Nitro Yellow which cost around $44,115.
Barbora Strycova was born to Father Jindrich Stryc and Mother Ilona Strycova on 28 March, 1986 in Plzen, Czechoslovakia, now known as Czech Republic. Strycova was a strong junior player, she won two Grand Slams in girl's singles, The 2002 Australian Open. She defended that title in the following year too. In 2001 and 2003 she won three Grand Slam girl's doubles titles.
She reached world No. 1 in both singles and doubles on the junior rankings, achieving both in 2002, and was named the ITF Junior World Champion that same year. In her junior career, she beat several players who became renowned professionals such as Maria Sharapova, Anna-Lena Grönefeld, and Maria Kirilenko.
Career and Achievements
From 2003 turning professional, Strycova was already ranked herself in the top 300 with powerful performance and good results in ITF Women's Circuit a series of professional tennis tournaments run by the International Tennis Federation for female professional tennis players. She ranked world number 161 at the end of that year.
In 2004, she progressed her career very much. Strycova began the year by qualifying for the Australian Open and then reached the fourth round at the WTA tournament in Indian Wells, beating outstanding player Eleni Daniilidou before losing to Justine Henin, a result that smashed her into the top 100 for the first time. She wins the competitive match over Anna Smashnova in Amelia Island and won her first two Grand Slam main-draw matches at the Australian Open and French Open. Winning an ITF event in Saint-Raphaël in France, She finished the season ranked world No. 56.
In 2005, her career went a step backward which leads dropping out from the world's top 100. Despite this, she achieved some remarkable records in doubles, reaching four WTA Tour doubles finals and winning the title on two of those occasions. Following that year which was also started inadequately for her in singles, she struggled to bring together wins and henceforth dropped out of the top 200 in the world rankings in April 2006. In 2007, she played mostly ITF Circuit once more and achieved some good results, but she was still not able to enter the top 100.
In 2009, She was not able to make progress in her first five tournaments of the season. Her results improved later that year starting with a quarterfinal appearance at the WTA Tour event in Bad Gastein, as well as reaching the doubles final in Prague. She then played a $25k in Trnava, Slovakia, where she reached the semifinals, before qualifying and winning her first-round match at the US Open, losing to Victoria Azarenka in the second round. She built on these performances in ITF Circuit events at the end of the season, winning the $100k event in Ortisei, Italy, and a $50k event in Ismaning, Germany, and worked her way back into the top 100. She won two straight events at the WTA tournaments in Quebec City and Luxembourg, her fourth and fifth WTA doubles titles.
In 2010, She won her first round against Regina Kulikova in a match that lasted 4 hours and 19 minutes which was breaking the record for the longest match in women's Grand Slam history. She won three doubles titles in Paris, Acapulco, and Monterrey. In 2011, She defeated Marina Erakovic in the final of the 2011 Bell Challenge to claim her first WTA singles title. In 2013, Strycova was banned after testing positive for the stimulant sibutramine, which she allegedly got into her system accidentally through her ingestion of the supplement ACAI Berry Thin. In May, she won the Slovak Open, a $75k event, it was her first tournament win since coming back from her ban. In 2014, she defeated reigning Australian Open champion Li Na in the third round, in the soon-to-be last professional match for world No. 2. In 2015, she achieved a career-high ranking of world No. 20. It was the first time in the Open Era that the world's top 20 featured four Czech women. In 2016, At the Indian Wells Open, Strýcová won her first-round match against Aliaksandra Sasnovich in straight sets and came back from 5–7, 1–3 down to defeat Andrea Petkovic, 5–7, 6–4, 7–5. In the second round, she lost to Angelique Kerber in straight sets. In the Fed Cup semifinal against Switzerland, she got an easy win over Timea Bacsinszky, 6–0, 6–2. But she lost her next match to Fed Cup hero Viktorija Golubic in three sets. At the Summer Olympics in Rio, she won her first-ever Olympic medal, a bronze in the women's doubles playoff on 13 August with her partner Lucie Safarova. In 2017, she won the Linz Open, defeating Magdaléna Rybáriková in the final which was her second WTA Tour title. In 2018 and 2019, In the Australian Open in the third round, she defeated Bernarda Pera in straight sets before losing against Karolína Plíšková in a three-setter. And she defeated four remarkable players until she was defeated in the semifinal by 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams.
In the year 2020, She kicked off her 2020 season at Brisbane International. She upset Johanna Konta in the first round where she lost in the second round to Alison Riske. In 2021, At the Australian Open, she was defeated in the first round by Svetlana Kuznetsova.
On 4 May 2021, Strycova announced her retirement from tennis.
Personal Life and Family
Strycova is the daughter of Jindrich Stryc and Ilona Strycova. She has one sister Ivona Strycova.
Strycova was married to former tennis player Jakub Zahlava, a cousin of Sandra Zahlavova. He was also her coach, having been in that position since 2007. The couple got separated in 2015.
In 2021, on March 26, She announced her pregnancy on social media.
Barbora Strycova on Social Media
Being a great Tennis player she also seems to be active on social media. She posts and updates different pictures, videos, news, and events information on her social page. She has 113K followers on her Instagram. And she has 53.5K followers on Twitter.
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