Gabriela Sabatini Net Worth, Wiki-Know About Gabriela Sabatini Career, Childhood, Relationship
Facts of Gabriela Sabatini Net Worth, Wiki-Know About Gabriela Sabatini Career, Childhood, Relationship
|Net worth||$8 millionn|
|Date of Birth:||1970 May 16|
|First Name||Gabriela Beatriz|
|Age:||49 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
An Argentine former tennis player, Gabriela Sabatini has the net worth estimated to be $8 million. She has won more numbers of regular events on the women's tours.
What Is The Net Worth of Gabriela Sabatini?
Gabriela Sabatini is a former professional tennis having the net worth of $8 million. Although her all incomes are not revealed, it is well known that tennis career made her net worth to this level.
Gabriela owns a house in Miami worth $2.89 million
Know About Gabriela Sabatini Career
Gabriela Sabatini used to play tennis from her childhood and at the age of 8, she won her first tournament. In 1983, she became the youngest player to win the Orange Bowl. She has also won French Open Girls. In 1984, Gabriela was ranked no. 1 junior player.
In 1985, Gabriela reached the semifinals of the French Open. In 1988, Gabriela lost to Steffi Graf in the US Open. Again in 1988 Summer Olympics, Gabriela faced Graf in the finals and lost again. Sabatini and Graf won the women's doubles title at Wimbledon. In the same year, Gabriela won WTA Tour Championships.
Then in 1990, Sabatini was able to win Grand Slam singles in US Open defeating Steffi Graf in finals. She also defeated Kathy Jordan, Isabelle Demongeot, Sabine Appelmans, Helena Sukova, Leila Meskhi, and Mary Joe Fernandez. Sabatini also beat Steffi Graf in WTA Tour Championship's semifinals and lost to Monica Seles in the finals.
In 1991, Sabatini faced Graf in her third grand slam singles and lost to her. But in 1991, Sabatini won five tournaments altogether. In 1992, Sabatini failed to reach grand slam final rather she won five major tournaments. Sabatini lost in 1992 Australia Open's semifinals.
For two consecutive years i.e. 1993 and 1994, Sabatini reached semifinals of Australia Open. In 1995, she lost in the first round and in 1996, she reached to the fourth round of Australia Open.
In 1993 French Open, Sabatini was able to reach quarter-finals only. In 1994, she lost her first match but in 1995, she was again able to reach quarter-finals only.
In 1993 US Open, Sabatini reached quarter-finals and in 1994, she lost in the fourth round whereas, in 1995, she was able to reach quarter-finals making a total of 13 wins and 4 losses in the year.
In 1993 US Open, Sabatini reaches semifinals and for two consecutive years 1994 and 1995, she made the semifinals. But in 1996, she lost in the third round. She made a total of 168 wins and 42 losses in her professional singles tennis.
Gabriela Sabatini is a right-handed tennis player and she has made to no. 3 in World Tennis ranking in 1989 which is her highest position in the world. She has a career record of 632-189 in the singles tournament and 252-96 the doubles tournament. She retired at the age of 26 in 1996.
How Did Gabriela Sabatini Spend Her Childhood?
Gabriela Sabatini was born on 16 May 1970, in Buenos Aires, Argentina as Gabriela Beatriz Sabatini. She was the daughter of Osvaldo and Beatriz Garofalo Sabatini.
Sabatini was raised in Villa Devoto. She was the member of the River Plate Tennis Club. She has not mentioned about her education but she was attracted to tennis from his brother who used to play tennis.
Sabatini said that she was shy in her childhood days and thinking that she has to speak when she wins the tournament, she often used to lose in the semifinals.
Is Gabriela Sabatini Married Or Not? Let's know
Gabriela Sabatini dated Ricky Martin, Michael Bolton, Frank Unkelbach, Donald Trump, and Guillermo Goldman.
Sabatini is unmarried and she does not have any children till now. She is single now.
In 2003, Sabatini received Italian citizenship.
After her retirement, Sabatini has been actively involved in charity and campaigns.
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