Aryna Sabalenka is a professional tennis player from Belarus. The Women’s Tennis Association had her ranked as high as world No. 2 in singles and world No. 1 in doubles (WTA). Sabalenka has won two Grand Slam doubles titles with Elise Mertens, the 2019 US Open and the 2021 Australian Open. She’s won a total of sixteen WTA titles, ten in singles and six in doubles. Aryna Sabalenka’s future husband is Matvei Bozhko as they were engaged in 2019. They will marry each other soon. She has earned millions of dollars from her tennis career. Scroll down to get all the information regardingAryna Sabalenka husband, partner, married,engaged, net worth,salary, house, family and many more:
Who is Aryna Sabalenka husband/partner? Is the gorgeous lady married/engaged?
Sabalenka is not married and plans to marry soon. Aryna Sabalenka husband is unknown. Currently she is in a relationship with Konstantin Koltsov. Koltsov is a former ice hockey player from Minsk, Belarus. Konstantin represented Belarus in the Winter Olympics IIHF World Championships during his career. He last played for HC Dinamo Minsk in the Kontinental Hockey League(KHL)
. Sabalenka and Koltsov were spotted together in Paris following Sabalenka’s third-round exit at the French Open 2021. She is also very active on Instagram, where she has over 265k followers. She has shared a few photos of herself and her lover. The mystery of whether Aryna was engaged to Koltsov or whether she broke it off remains unclear. Konstantin Koltsov is Aryna Sabalenka husband in near future.
She previously engaged to her fiance, Matvei Bozhko. The duo is open about their relationship and has revealed information about one other on their social media sites. He is a Belarussian hockey player. Furthermore, he began his professional career in 2013 with Shakhter Soligorsk-2. Aryna confirmed her engagement on a Belarusian talk show in 2019. There is no information regarding their breakup.
When did the couple meet?
According to FirstSportz, the couple was spotted together in Paris following Sabalenka’s third-round exit at the French Open 2021. It’s unclear whether she was referring to Koltsov in the 2019 TV appearance, which seems odd considering his Belarusian heritage. Koltsov is said to have announced his retirement from professional sports in 2016. In the Kontinental Hockey League, he most recently played for HC Dinamo Minsk. Koltsov has represented Belarus at the Winter Olympics as well as the IIHF World Championships. He was also a first-round choice of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1999 NHL entry draft.
Both Sabalenka and Koltsov have Instagram profiles where they share images with one another. Sabalenka appears to be extremely open about her relationship with Koltsov in her stories and blogs. The tennis player appears in three of the four postings of the latter, who has only 784 followers on the platform.
How much is Aryna Sabalenka net worth, earnings, salary, house?
Aryna has acquired a great deal of fame and fortune as a tennis player as a result of her talent and hard work. The 23-year-old tennis star has amassed a substantial income, which includes game prize money as well as several endorsements and partnerships. Sabalenka resumed her career in 2021 where she left off in 2020. She won the season’s inaugural tournament in Abu Dhabi, extending her winning streak to 15 matches. Sabalenka has received around $6,804,310 in prize money during her career.
Sabalenka plays with Wilson tennis racquets and wears Nike attire. She is also endorsed by Wilson, specifically using the Wilson Blade range of racquets. As of now, the net worth of Aryna is estimated to be $8 Million. Her major source of wealth comes from her tennis career and she is satisfied with her earnings.
Sabalenka has won 13 WTA titles in total, including nine in singles and four in doubles. She is now rated seventh in singles, which is also her greatest level in her career. Sabalenka reached the WTA final at the Tianjin Open, where she defeated by Maria Sharapova. She broke into the top 100 rankings in 2018 with that run. She went on to win the Mumbai Open (WTA 125K event) later that year. Her first Premier-level triumph came at the Connecticut Open in 2018, and she then stunned the world number five, Petra Kvitova, at the US Open, before losing to eventual champion Naomi Osaka.
Sabalenka went on to win the Premier 5 level tournament in Wuhan, China, where she upset World No. 6 Elina Svitolina. She also qualified for the WTA Elite Trophy in 2018. Her first full year on the WTA Tour came in 2018, and she named the ‘WTA Newcomer of the Year.’
Sabalenka’s singles season in 2019 was also a huge success. In China, she won the WTA Elite Trophy and a hat-trick of titles. She also made her first appearance in the top ten of the WTA rankings during the 2019 season. Sabalenka’s finest season thus yet was in 2020. In Qatar, Ostrava, and Linz, she won three more titles, defeating Victoria Azarenka and Elise Mertens in the finals. Sabalenka finished the year in the top ten for the first time. She also concluded the year on a nine-match winning run, joining Simona Halep as the two WTA players with the most titles in 2020.