Ashleigh Barty, Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Retirement, Net Worth

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Ashleigh Barty Biography and wiki

Ash Barty is a professional tennis player from Australia and also a former cricketer. Barty won ten singles and ten doubles titles at WTA Tour, including one Grand Slam singles title at 2019 French Open and one Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open.

She is also the reigning singles champion at the WTA Finals. Barty is currently ranked World No. 1 in singles by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Barty also achieved her career-high WTA doubles ranking of World No. 05 and has been a permanent fixture in the top 10 doubles rankings. At the end of 2014,

Barty decided to take an indefinite break from tennis. She eventually played cricket during that hiatus, signing with Brisbane Heat for the first season of the Big Bash Women’s League despite having no formal training in the sport, and returned to tennis in early 2016.

Ashleigh Barty Age

Ashleigh Barty was born on 24 April 1996 and she is 26 years old as of 2022

Ashleigh Barty Education

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Ashleigh Barty Family

Barty was born on 24 April 1996 in Ipswich, Queensland to Josie and Robert Barty. Her father grew up in the rural North Queensland town of Bowen where he became a Queensland and Australian representative in golf and later worked for the State Library of Queensland. Her mother is the daughter of English immigrants, was a state representative for Queensland in golf in her younger years, and began working as a radiographer after retiring from golf.

Through her great-grandmother, Barty is a member of the Indigenous Australian Ngaragu people, the Aboriginal people of southern New South Wales and northeastern Victoria. She grew up in Springfield, a suburb of Ipswich, Queensland, and attended Woodcrest State College throughout her upbringing. She has two older sisters named Sara and Ali. Besides tennis, Barty also played netball as a child, but decided to focus on tennis because she “thought [netball] was a girls’ game” and because her sisters were better than her at that sport. She did not play cricket while growing up.

Barty started working with her longtime junior coach Jim Joyce at the West Brisbane Tennis Centre at the age of four. Joyce remarked that he did not typically train children as young as Barty, but made an exception because of her excellent hand-eye coordination and high level of focus. He recalled a moment from their first lesson, saying, “The first ball I threw to her, bang! She hit it right back.”  As a child, Barty also practised at home, remembering, “I used to hit the ball against [the wall exterior to our living room] every day after school, for hours on end.” By the time she was nine, she was practising against boys who were six years older.

At the age of 12, she was playing against male adults. She first met her mentor, Alicia Molik, at the under-12 national championships in Melbourne.

Former tennis professional Scott Draper later joined Barty’s coaching team and worked with her at the National Academy. When she was 15 years old, former top 20 player Jason Stoltenberg took over as her primary coach. Barty’s junior schedule took her to Europe and away from her family in Australia for much of the year. The season she turned 17, she was only home for 27 days during the entire calendar year

Ashleigh Barty Husband

Since 2017, Barty has been in a relationship with professional golfer, Australian Garry Kissick

Ashleigh Barty Career

Barty reached a career-high ITF world junior ranking of No. 2, having excelled at both singles and doubles. She started playing low-level events on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2009 at the age of 13 and won her first title at the Grade-4 Australian International before turning 14. Barty continued to play only in tournaments below the higher tiers until the end of 2010, compiling a record of 24–2 in her five events that season while also capturing a Grade 2 title in Thailand.

She played her first junior Grand Slam event in 2011 at the Australian Open, where she lost her opening match to third seed Lauren Davis. However, she bounced back from this defeat in the coming months by winning both the singles and doubles events at two high-level Grade 1 events, the Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup in Malaysia in March and the Belgian International Junior Championships in May.

After a second-round loss at the 2011 French Open, Barty won her only junior Grand Slam title at Wimbledon at the age of 15. She became just the second Australian to win the girls’ singles event after Debbie Freeman in 1980, and the first Australian girl to win any junior Grand Slam singles title since Jelena Dokic at the 1998 US Open. Compatriot Luke Saville also won the boys’ title to help Australia sweep both singles events. The only set she dropped in the tournament was to Madison Keys in the third round, and her victory in the final was against third seed Irina Khromacheva.

In the last major of the year Barty produced another strong singles result, losing to top seed Caroline Garcia in the semifinals of the US Open. Barty also won two more Grade-1 titles in doubles that season, one at Roehampton the week before Wimbledon and the other at the Canadian Open the week before the US Open.

She concluded the season by winning the Junior Fed Cup for Australia with teammate Belinda Woolcock. Barty only played in one junior tournament the following year, where she finished runner-up in both singles and doubles at the Torneo International in Italy.

Ashleigh Barty achievements

  • In 2011, Barty won the girls’ singles title at Wimbledon and reached a junior career-high ranking of No 2 in the world
  • In 2013, Barty finished as a runner-up at three Grand Slam doubles events, including the Australian Open
  • Bagged her first WTA title at the Malaysian Open in 2017
  • In 2018, Barty won her first Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open
  • Earned her first Grand Slam singles title at the 2019 French Open
  • Led Australia to a runner-up finish at the 2019 Fed Cup
  • Bagged the WTA Finals in 2019 after defeating Elina Svitolina in the finals
  • In 2021, Barty won the Miami Open after defeating Bianca Andreescu in the final


In what can be considered a shock to the world of tennis, Ashleigh Barty decided to retire from the sport at just the age of 25. On 23rd March 2022, the Australian star sat up with good friend Casey Dellacqua and talked that she had nothing more to give to the game and that she was very happy with what she was able to achieve

Ashleigh Barty Net worth 2022

Presently her on-court earnings are about $23,829,071, from singles and doubles tennis on the WTA Tour. In 2020, Forbes ranked Barty as the third-highest paid female athlete in the world.

Ashleigh Barty’s Endorsements 2022

Ash Barty uses racquets manufactured by global sports equipment brand, Head, and her tennis apparel and footwear are taken care of by FILA. She became the part of Rado YoungStar family in 2017. She joined hands with the luxury car brand, Jaguar, in December 2018, the online video streaming platform, Kayo Sports sponsored her. Australian food spread firm, Vegemite also endorses her, and so do Banana Boat and Esmi.


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