Belinda Bencic is an athlete who was born in Wollerau, Switzerland in 10/03/1997 and is now 26 years old. Belinda Bencic has a net worth of $10 Million.
What is Belinda Bencic Net Worth?
Belinda Bencic's net worth is 10 Million.
How old is Belinda Bencic?
Belinda Bencic is 26 years old.
What is Belinda Bencic Birthday?
Belinda Bencic's birthday is 10/03/1997.
What is Belinda Bencic Zodiac Sign?
Belinda Bencic's zodiac sign is Pisces.
What is Belinda Bencic's Real Birth Name?
Belinda Bencic's real birth name is Belinda Bencic.
Where is Belinda Bencic's Birthplace?
Belinda Bencic's birthplace is Wollerau, Switzerland.
How Tall is Belinda Bencic?
Belinda Bencic height is 5'9''.
What is Belinda Bencic Nationality?
Belinda Bencic nationality is Switzerland.
What are Belinda Bencic's Professions?
Belinda Bencic's professions are Tennis Player.
Who is Belinda Bencic's Spouse(s)?
Who is Belinda Bencic?
Belinda Bencic is a Swiss professional tennis player. She has a career-high ranking of No. 4 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) which she achieved in February 2020. Bencic has won eight career singles titles, including a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and two doubles titles on the WTA Tour.
Bencic was born in Switzerland to Slovak parents; she began playing tennis at the age of two. Her father arranged for her to train with Martina Hingis’s mother and coach Melanie Molitor [de] daily from the age of seven. By the time she was 16, Bencic was the No. 1 ranked junior in the world and won two junior Grand Slam singles titles at the French Open and Wimbledon. On the professional tour, she made her top 100 debut shortly after turning 17. Her big breakthrough came at the 2014 US Open, where she became the youngest quarterfinalist since Hingis in 1997. Bencic won her first two WTA Tour titles in 2015, including the Canadian Open where she defeated four of the top six players in the world. She then made her top-ten debut the following year while still 18 years old.
From 2016 through 2018, Bencic struggled with a variety of injury issues, most notably needing to have wrist surgery in 2017 that kept her out for five months and saw her drop outside the top 300 in the WTA rankings. Nonetheless, she rebounded quickly and rose back into the top 50 within a year of her comeback. She then posted her best season to date in 2019, winning her second Premier-5 title at the Dubai Championships reaching her first Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open, qualifying for her first WTA Finals where she reached the semifinals, and finishing the year inside the top 10 for the first time, which helped her win the WTA Comeback Player of the Year award.