Maria Sakkari was born in Athens on July 25, 1995, in the house of former 50 best tennis players, Angelikí Kanellopoúlou and Konstantinos Sakkaris. She has one brother, Yannis and one sister Amanda. She started her tennis career at the age of 6 and moved to Barcelona for training when she was 18 years old. She grew up while looking at her favorite players; Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. According to online sources, Maria Sakkari’s net worth is $10 Million.
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Sakkari won the second game of the WTA tournament in the Istanbul Cup by defeating Anna Karolína Schmiedlová’s top suit. After defeating Hsieh Su-Wei, she reached the WTA quarterfinals. She reached her first WTA semi-finals in the Wuhan Open by beating Caroline Wozniacki, Elena Vesnina, and Alizé Cornet, losing to Caroline Garcia. This success led her to the top 50 of the WTA rankings.
In 2017, she reached the third round of the Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open for the first time and reached the same stage at the Wimbledon and the US Open, where she beat Kiki Bertens but was eliminated by Venus Williams.
Sakkari started the 2018 season with four losses in the first round, in Shenzhen, in the Australian Open, in Saint Petersburg, and in Doha. In Acapulco, she reached its first victory of the 2018 season in the first round, but she lost in the second round. At (India Wells, USA) Sakkari successfully defeated Donna Vekic, seed 16 Ashleigh Barty and 17th seed CoCo Vandeweghe. She lost in the fourth round. In (Miami, USA) she beat Aleksandra Krunic and 28 seed Anett Kontaveit and reached the third round where she lost to Monica Puig.
Sakkari started the clay season in the first semifinals of 2018 in (Istanbul, Turkey) where she defeated Cagla Buyukakcay, Aleksandra Krunic, and Arantxa Rus respectively before losing to Polona Hercog. She then lost in the first round of the Madrid Open against Kiki Bertens. Her next tournament was the Italian Open, where she outscored Madrid by defeating Bertens in the first round, and in the second round, she won the second victory over Karolína Plíšková which was among top 10 players.
She lost in the third round to Angelique Kerber. In the French Open, she reached the third round after beating Mandy Minella and Carla Suarez Navarro and finishing third in the Grand Slams. She reached the first WTA final (San Jose, USA) by defeating Christina Mchale, Timea Babos, third seed Venus Williams, Danielle Collins before losing the title to Mihaela Buzarnescu. On August 6, she got a new career position as No. 31.
Rumors are out that she is secretly dating Stefanos Tsitsipas. Both tennis stars are loved by Greeks and Non-Greeks fans worldwide as they are going strength to strength and earning a huge name of Greece on the world tennis map. She said that their relationship is based on friendship and mutual admiration.
What Racquet Does Maria Sakkari Use?
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What Shoes Does Maria Sakkari Wear?
To this day, we are seeing the number 1 Greek player Maria Sakkari in Brisbane wearing Adidas. She had been with them at least since 2016, if not before. Basically, during most of his professional career.You can Check Our Best tennis shoes reviews here.
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