Belinda Bencic is an international Switzerland tennis team player. She has won four singles and two doubles titles on the WTA tour in February 2020. She became the top no. 1 ranked junior and won two junior Grand Slam singles later turning 17 when she was 16.
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Bencic’s age and height
Her height is 5 feet 9 inches or 1.75m. She was born on 10 March 1997. This birthplace, her age is 23 years old. She beat Misaki Doi and Jessica Pegula at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 which was held in 2021 for the Covid-19 problem.
Belinda Bencic Salary and Net worth
Bencic earns more money from a tennis career. Her present estimated net worth is $2 million as of 2019.
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Her husband or boyfriend
Belinda has a boyfriend. Basically, Bencic’s boyfriend named Martin Hromkovic plays a vital role in not only her personal life but also her professional life. Hromkovic is a fitness trainer of tennis.
Belinda Bencic WTA rankings, age, family, parents, career, and more
|Bencic's biography, career, age, ranking, height, and more|
|Her height, weight, age, family, biography, parents, tennis career details and more|
|Full or real name||Belinda Bencic|
|Profession||Women's tennis player|
|Height in cm and m||175cm and 1.75m|
|Height in feet inches||5 feet 9 inches|
|his weight in Kg (approx)||63kg|
|Weight in IBS||124 Ibs|
|hair Style||Big Hair|
|Date of birth||1997-03-10 00:00:00|
|age||26 years (as of 2023)|
|Birth place||Flawil, Switzerland|
|His Tennis career, Grand Slam and details|
|Plays||Right handed (Two-handed backhand)|
|National team||Switzerland national side|
|Career records (Singles)||270–147 (64.7%)|
|career record doubles||54–48 (52.9%)|
|Career titles (singless)||4 WTA, 2 WTA 125K, 5 ITF|
|Grand Slam Singles Results|
|Australian Open||4R (2016)|
|French Open||3R (2019)|
|Wimbledon||4R (2015, 2018)|
|US Open||SF (2019)|
|Highest ranking (singles)||No. 5 (3 February 2020)|
|Total Receptions||· Best ATP World Tour Match of the year (3) in 2010, 2011, 2012.|
|Current Rankings (singles)||No. 5 (3 February 2020)|
|Grand Slam Doubles Results|
|Australian Open||2R (2016)|
|French Open||3R (2015)|
|Wimbledon||2R (2014, 2015)|
|US Open||1R (2014, 2015, 2016)|
|Highest Ranking (doubles)||No. 59 (1 February 2016)|
|Current Ranking (Doubles)||No. 114 (3 February 2020)|
|Hopman Cup||Win(2018, 2019)|
|Fed Cup||SF (2016, 2017)|
|His father, mother, salary, wife, family and more|
|Net worth||$2 million USD (approx)|
|father name||Ivan Bencic|
|mother name||Daniela Bencicova|
|Fed Cup||SF (2017, 2018)|
|twitter address||Twitter open|
|email address||Listenning to Music, and playing tennis|
|Hobbies||Basketball, Tennis and NFL|
|Does he like smoke||Unknown|
|Does he drinking alcohol||Not known|
|Favourite games||Basketball and Tennis|
|Favorite Tennis player||Novac Djkovic|
|Best Destination||New York City|
Bencic’s tennis career and record
Bencic recorded the first two top-ten wins of her career over top 7 Angelique Kerber and top-10 Jelena Janković to become the youngest quarter-finalist at the US Open since 1997.
After she recorded her first win over the world No. 1 player Serena Williams before thrashing No. 3 Simona Halep in the final (2016) later, Halep needed to give up work in the third set due to heart disease.
Bencic reached the semifinals at the Hobart International tennis and made it to the 3rd round at the Australian Open, then lost to ultimate finalist Petra Kvitová.
From February 20 to July 20 all tennis sports were off for Covid-19 but, but then started all sports successfully.
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After then, she sustained her victory streak with a semifinal arrival at the Indian Wells Open. Bencic defeated two more top ten players in top no.5 Karolina Plíšková and top no-1 Naomi Osaka before losing to Angelique Kerber in 2019.
She reached the quarterfinals of the US Open 2021. Bencic beat Arantxa Rus, Jessica Pegula, Martina Trevisan, and Iga Świątek without failing a set before losing to eventual winner Emma Raducanu.
Then, Bencic played against Ajla Tomljanovic in the Billie Jean King Cup Final as a Switzerland player but, she won the tournament (4, 0 and 6, 0) on 13th November 2022.
Already she was selected to play Australian Open 2023 as an international Swiss tennis player.
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