Ann Li is an American Tennis Player known for Right-hand play. She gave her blood, sweat, and tears in the matches and has a career record of 63.2% in singles and 47.6% in doubles. With her hard work, she was also the runner-up at Wimbledon Junior Championship in 2017. She also has an Instagram account where she has 2,366 followers and many fan pages.
Ann was born on 26th June 2000 in Devon, Pennsylvania, United States of America. The names of her parents are shared with the media but they both are Chinese. Her dad used to play soccer in college while her mother participated in various track events. Apart from her sports career, she has also learned to play Ukulele. There is no information shared about her high school but she has studied her high school education. For further studies, she is verbally committed to Louisiana State University but later decided to play like a pro.
Ann Li Career
In 2017 she played at Wimbledon and reached first junior singles Grand Slam Finals. After few weeks she won ITF Circuit and $15 thousand as prize money in Evansville, Indiana which was her first professional title as well. In 2018 she participated in Kentucky Bank Championship where she defeated many players like Jessica Pegula, Julia Glushko, Anastasia Nefedova, and Renata Zarazua but lost against Asia Muhammad.
She also played at Koser Jewelers Challenge and lost in the quarterfinals against Madison Brengle. In Central Coast Pro Open she defeated wild card entry named Sophia Whittle but lost the match against Sofya Zhuk. She was close enough to qualify for US Open but lost to Marie Bouzkova. Later she played at an ITF event held in Texas where she lost to Naomi Broady. In 2020 at the Australian Open she qualified for the Grand Slam tournament first round. Later she advanced to the second round where she lost against Sofia Kenin.
She has also played matches at Indian Wells Open, Miami Open, US Open, French Open, and Cincinnati Open. She will be playing the WTA 500 Final at Grampians Trophy which was postponed due to Corona Virus Pandemic. But they received prize money and trophy together. According to sources she will be also giving various interviews pre and post matches. The schedule of the matches was disrupted and postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ann Li Biography
|Real Name||Ann Louie Li|
|Birth Date||26 June 2000|
|Birth Place||Bangkok, Thailand|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimetres – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 56 kg – in Pounds – 123 lbs|
|Bra (Breast) Size||32A|
|Shoe Size||8 (U.S.)|
|College||Southville International School and Colleges|
|Is she a lesbian?||No|
|Favorite Food||Not Known|
|Favorite Destination||Not Known|
|Favorite Color||Not Known|
Ann Li is currently single and focused on her career. She prefers to keep her private and professional life separate and away from the limelight. According to sources she has not shared any information about her past relationships as well. She seems to enjoy her busy life with matches, friends, and family. Ann Li and Anett Kontaveit were supposed to play a match against each other which has been further delayed to the Coronavirus pandemic. The players faced a hard time during quarantining in Melbourne for 14 days. As the passengers on their flight were tested positive. She has not yet been involved in any controversies yet as she prefers to keep her image clean.
Ann Li Net Worth
Ann Li has played various Tennis matches and has won many competitions. She also earns from her brand sponsors and making event appearances. The information about her net worth has not been shared with the media. She has earned a total of $441,531 as prize money.
- At the age of five, she started playing tennis and appeared in Junior Wimbledon Final in 2017.
- She was trained for more than 10 years to play Tennis as a professional.
- The name of her coach is Henner Nehles.
- In the first all- American girls final since 1979, Li lost the match to second seed Claire Liu in three sets.
- For the Australian Open, she traveled to Melbourne and encountered a passenger suffering from coronavirus.
- She has shared a trophy with Anett Kontaveit as both of them faced difficulties during the quarantine.