Xinyu Wang is an international professional Chinese women’s tennis player. His actual name is Wang Xinyu (Chinese: 王欣瑜; pinyin: Wáng Xīnyú, pronounced [wǎŋ ɕín y̌].
Wang achieved her highest singles ranking of world No. 65 on 27 February 2023, while her doubles ranking peaked at world No. 87 on 12 September 2022.
Wang Xinyu’s Salary and Net worth
His yearly salary is around $129,417 USD per year. In fact, she is an international Chinese women’s tennis player who has a net worth of $5 Million USD.
Wang’s age and height
She was born on 26th September 2001. According to the date, her recent age is around 22 (2023). Her height is 6 feet 0 inches or 1.82m.
She is not married yet but, she has a boyfriend. Wang is presently in a love affair with Wu Yongen, as she announced through a post in 2021, making her relationship status known to the public.
Wang gained prominence when she secured a spot in the 2018 Australian Open by winning the playoff for the Asia-Pacific Wildcard.
Xinyu Wang’s tennis ranking, family, biography, career, and more
|Xinyu Wang's Tennis career, family, net worth and more|
|Her height, weight, age, family, house, biography, tennis career details|
|Full or real name||Wang Xinyu|
|Nick name||Wang, Xinyu|
|Profession||Chinese Women's tennis player|
|Height in cm and m||182cm or 1.82m|
|Height in feet inches||6 feet 0 inches|
|her weight in Kg (approx)||75kg|
|Weight in IBS||165 Ibs|
|hair Style||Big hair|
|Date of birth||26th September 2001|
|age||22 years old|
|Birth place||Shenzhen, China|
|Her Tennis career, Grand Slam and details|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|Price Money||US$ 1,082,133|
|Highest Ranking||No. 59 (17 April 2023)|
|Career Record||173–113 (60.5%)|
|Career titles||6 ITF|
|Highest Ranking||No. 59 (17 April 2023)|
|Current Ranking||No. 59 (17 April 2023)|
|Grand Slam Singles Result|
|Australian Open||2R (2022, 2023)|
|French Open||1R (2022, 2023)|
|Wimbledon (Junior)||1R (2021)|
|US Open||1R (2019, 2022)|
|Career Record||57–27 (67.9%)|
|Career Titles||2 WTA, 1 WTA 125|
|Highest Ranking||No. 87 (12 September 2022)|
|Current Ranking||No. 100 (27 February 2023)|
|Grand Slam Doubles Result|
|Australian Open||2R (2023)|
|US Open||1R (2022)|
|Other mixed doubles tournaments|
|Her father, mother, salary, wife, family, net worth and more|
|Net worth||$5 million USD (Approx)|
|father name||Wang Peng|
|mother name||Former Basketball player|
|twitter address||Twitter open|
|Hobbies||playing tennis, and Golf|
|Does she like smoke||N/A|
|Does she drinking alcohol||N/A|
|Favourite colors||Black, and White|
|Favourite games||Tennis and Football|
|Favorite football player||Cristiano Ronaldo|
|Favaorite tennis player||Novac Djkovic|
Wang Xinyu’s tennis career and News
On December 3rd, 2017, Wang secured her spot in the 2018 Australian Open for her Grand Slam debut by winning the Asia-Pacific Wildcard Playoff held in Zhuhai. She managed to make a comeback and defeat Abigail Tere-Apisah, who is Papua New Guinea’s top-ranked player, in the final.
She achieved the distinction of being the youngest Chinese player to qualify for a Grand Slam main draw at the age of 16.
During the 2018 Australian Open, Wang was the second youngest player in the main draw, only slightly older than Marta Kostyuk who was 15 years old. Unfortunately, Wang was defeated in her first Grand Slam match by Alizé Cornet in straight sets.
In a closely contested match against Violet Apisah of Papua New Guinea (who happens to be the niece of Abigail Tere-Apisah) and Lulu Sun, a Swiss player with Chinese roots who was born in New Zealand, Wang emerged as the champion.
In September 2019, Wang achieved her inaugural WTA Tour-level final in the doubles category at the Jiangxi International Open. In conjunction with Zhu Lin, she emerged victorious against fellow Chinese players Peng Shuai and Zhang Shuai.
On November 15, 2021, she achieved a spot in the quarterfinals of the Ladies Linz tournament while ranked world No. 99 in the year-end rankings. Despite her impressive performance, she was ultimately defeated by the eventual champion, Alison Riske.
Her latest career news
Wang emerged victorious in her debut Grand Slam match against Ann Li but unfortunately got knocked out in the second round of the Australian Open 2022 by Aryna Sabalenka, who is currently ranked as the World No. 2.
On 25th April 2022, she made her first appearance in the top 100 for doubles, and, on 16th May 2022, she climbed to the top 75 in singles. This achievement came after winning her largest title on the ITF World Tennis Tour at the $100k La Bisbal d’Emporda situated in Spain.
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