Katie Boulter is a well-known British tennis player. As of 2023, she is focusing on her games for Australian Open (16 Jan. 2023 to 29 Jan. 2023).
26 years old, Katie Boulter was born on 1st August 1996 and grew up in Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire. She was brought up by her caring parents, David Boulter (Father) and Sue Boulter (Mother). Katie’s brother’s name is James Gartshore Boulter.
She decided and started practicing tennis at the age of 5. Her father’s details still need to be discovered, and her mother played tennis at the county level and represented Great Britain. She practiced with her older brother at a local court near her house at a young age. She has received her graduation degree from Loughborough College.
Katie Boulter Career
Katie Boulter began her career path as a Tennis player. At the age of 11, she participated in and conquered the game “the Lemon Bowl” in Rome. After that in 2011, she earned the title of finalist in the Junior Orange Bowl Tennis Championships held at Coral Gables, Florida. In January 2014, she was a finalist at the Australian Open girls’ doubles event with Ivana Jorović (A tennis Player). In May 2014, she won her first senior singles title over fellow Eden Silva (Tennis Player) in Sharm El Sheikh.
Furthermore, she won the doubles title at the same event, partnering with Nina Stojanović (Tennis Player), to whom she had lost a previous final in singles. After a month, she re-entered the game as the wild card personality but she lost the game in the first round. After a month, she re-entered the game as the wild card personality at Wimbledon but she lost the game in the first round to Italian tennis player, Alberta Brianti.
In 2018, she rose to prominence in her career and ranked 100th among the top players. In April, she won her first $25k singles title at the event in Óbidos, Portugal. Next month, she participated in another tennis event held at Fukuoka, Japan, and eventually won $60k.
Katie started her 2019 season in Hobart, Tasmania, where she loose to player Greet Minnen in three sets. Later, in the next tournament, she beat the player Ekaterina Makarova in three stages and won the tiebreak 10–6 in the Australian Open. Later, she qualified for the games at the 2019 St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy, and during the same, she defeated known players such as Bernarda Pera, Katarina Zavatska, and Ysaline Bonaventure.
Then, she lost to Russian player Ekaterina Alexandrova in three sets. At the 2019 Mexican Open, she conquered the game level and defeated Conny Perrin in straight sets before retiring to fifth-seed player Sofia Kenin. In March 2019, at the Miami Open, she entered as the sixth qualifying seed, but unfortunately, she lost to player Marie Bouzková in straight sets. Later in April, she suffered a spinal stress fracture while playing for Great Britain.
She participated in the Australian Open but lost the first round and could not reach further.
At the 2021 Australian Open, Katie lost her first round against player Daria Kasatkina. She defeated another qualifier Danielle Lao and later lost the game to Aryna Sabalenka in three sets in the second round at Wimbledon 2021. At the 2021 US Open, she could not hold the position as she lost the first round to Liudmila Samsonova.
In March, Katie got a leg injury, due to which she was disqualified from the WTA event in Lyon. Later, she returned in June and qualified to play at the 2022 Nottingham Open. She defeated player Tatjana Maria in the first round before losing to player Ajla Tomljanović. Later, she got a wildcard entry for the 2022 Birmingham Classic. There, she failed the game, lost to Simona Halep, and passed the level against expert tennis players such as Alison Riske and Caroline Garcia. At Eastbourne, she entered the game as a wildcard contestant. There, she stood and beat the player Karolina Plíšková. Also, she lost her last 16 matches against player Petra Kvitová in three sets.
Katie Boulter Biography
|Real Name||Katie Boulter|
|Birth Date||1 August 1996|
|Age (as of 2023)||26 Years|
|Birth Place||Leicester, United Kingdom|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 60 kg – in Pounds – 132 lbs|
|Brother||James Gartshore Boulter|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Who is her boyfriend?||Alex de Minaur|
Katie is romantically linked with the Australian tennis player, Alex de Minaur. The couple is in love and celebrated 2022 Christmas together in London, United Kingdom (as evident from their Instagram pictures). In March 2021, she shared a post with @alexdeminaur with the caption – “…🥴 Happy one year 🤪….”
Katie Boulter is active on Instagram. As of January 2023, she has 165k followers on her verified Instagram account. Recently, she shared her picture with the caption – Starting the year off with a bang 😉 🏆 🇦🇺 🔥 😈.
Katie Boulter Net Worth
Katie Boulter is a Britain-based famous tennis player. In November 2013, she claimed her first senior doubles title at $10k in Sharm El Sheikh. Katie’s estimated net worth is around $ 5- 8 Million.
- Katie is a dog-loving person who likes delicious food.
- Katie also has an interest in the fashion industry. In addition, she made a guest appearance in 2018 Vogue magazine.
- She supports Leicester City Football Club based in Leicester in the East Midlands of England.
- Besides being a famous Tennis player, Katie likes to play the piano. In an interview, she said that she played piano before her tennis career began to take precedence.