Maria Sakkari is a Greek professional Tennis player with big dreams and lots of ambitions to achieve. She plays for her country and considered an invaluable asset to her nation. She achieved her career-high singles ranking of No. 22. She is always ready for the challenges in court as well as in her life. She believes to grab as many opportunities as one can to lead a successful life.
Maria Sakkari was born on 25th July 1995 in the capital of Greece, Athens to Angeliki Kanellopoulou and Konstantinos Sakkari. She grew old with her two siblings, brother Yannis and sister Amanda. Her family stood by her side in every situation and encouraged her to focus on her professional tennis career. She currently resides in Monte Carlo.
as per all the data available, it is known that she attended Athens college. However, we came across very little information regarding her education and qualification. Nevertheless, given her accomplishments, she appears to be well educated.
Maria Sakkari Career
At a very young age of 6, her parents introduced her to Tennis and since then her heart, mind, and soul have only one goal, which is to become a successful Tennis player. She moved to Barcelona for her proper training at the age of 18. In 2015, She faced failure at her first two matches on the WTA Tour. Again, at the first round of qualification at Rio Open, she lost against player Maria Irigoyen, and later at the final stage of qualification at Bucharest Open, she failed against Daria Kasatkina. However, she was always prepared to face the failures but never ever gave up.
She took it all positively and kept trying. After the US Open, she entered the top 200 for the first time, securing the rank of 185. Later in 2016, she passed the qualification at the Australian Open and made a win against Wang Yafan. In the same year, she succeeded to qualify but lost in the first round to Irina-Camella Begu. In 2017, she reached her first WTA Tour semi-final at Wuhan Open by beating Caroline Wozniacki, Elena Vesnina, and Alize Cornet. This success leads her into the top 50 of the WTA rankings in October 2017.
Sakkari was successful at the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, the Australian Open, where she reached her first Grand Slam round of 16. Recently in 2021, she started the season strongly making the quarterfinals of Abu Dhabi with wins over Anastasia Potapova, Coco Gauff, and Garbine Muguruza. She was just a game away from claiming yet another win to her name but she lost in a marathon game against Barbora Krejčíková. It lasts more than 3 hours and she managed to win in second lag but at the end lost.
Maria Sakkari Biography
|Real Name||Maria Sakkari|
|Birth Date||25 July 1995|
|Age (as of 2021)||25 Years|
|Birth Place||Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Greece|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 8” – in Centimeters – 173 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 63 kg – in Pounds – 139 lbs|
|Shoe Size||8 (U.S.)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Is she a Lesbian?||No|
|Tennis Players/Role Models||Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal|
|Favorite Tennis Shot||Serve|
|Favorite Tennis Surfaces||Hard, Clay|
|Favorite Color||Not Known|
Currently, the ambitious athlete is single and is not in any relationship with anyone. There is no data available about her past relationships and any previous engagement as she keeps her personal life away from the media.
Maria Sakkari Net Worth
Professional tennis player Maria earns a good amount of money from her professional career. She has an estimated net worth of $3 million and her annual salary is under review. Her net worth also includes all her properties and her present earnings. Along with the titles, she has also won many cash prizes. She also makes money from her endorsement deals. At present, she is living a luxurious life full of comfort.
- Maria is known for her aggressive, all-court style of play, centered around her strong serve and powerful groundstrokes.
- She stated that her favorite surfaces are hard and clay and that her favorite shot is served.
- Her best WTA doubles ranking is No. 169, achieved on 9th September 2019.
- She serves the sixth most aces of any player in 2020, with 144 aces served in 31 matches.
- Recently in 2021, with the win, she ended Osaka’s chances of reclaiming the world no.1 ranking and reached the biggest semi-final of her entire career.