Ashleigh Barty Player Profile

Ashleigh Barty is a retired professional tennis player from Australia who was ranked number 1 in the world and won a total of three grand slam singles titles.

At the 2022 Australian Open, Barty became the first Australian woman to win their home grand slam since Chris O’Neil won the tournament in January 1979 (43 years ago).

Barty has also found success in doubles with 12 doubles titles won during her career including the 2018 US Open Doubles title.

Ashleigh Barty Player Profile

Ashleigh Barty Career Stats

Highest WTA Ranking1 (24 June 2019)
Birth Date24th of April 1996
Year turned Pro2010
NationalityAustralian
WTA Career Titles (Singles)15
Grand Slams3
WTA finals1
Olympic Medals1 (Bronze, Tokyo Olympics)
Tennis RacketHead Gravity MP
Forehand GripSemi-western Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand
Serve GripContinental Grip
Official Instagram AccountInstagram Account

Ashleigh Barty Ranking History (Year End)

Ashleigh Barty first reached number 1 in the WTA ranking in 2019 and finished the year as number 1 a total of three times (2019, 2020, and 2021).

YearSingles RankingDoubles Ranking
20211102
2020114
2019119
2018157
20171711
2016325261
2015N/AN/A
201421839
201316412
2012195172
2011669N/A

Ashleigh Barty WTA Titles

Barty won a total of 15 WTA Career Titles to her name, including three grand slam titles (2019 French Open, 2021 Wimbledon, and 2022 Australian Open).

Ashleigh Barty Grand Slam Record

During the course of her career, Ashleigh Barty won a total of three grand slam singles titles (2019 French Open, 2021 Wimbledon, and the 2022 Australian Open).

2019 was Barty’s best year in terms of her performances at the Grand Slams as she at least made it to the 4th round in each of the four grand slam tournaments that year and she also claimed her first grand slam title at the 2019 French Open.

Australian Open Record

At the 2022 Australian Open, Barty was able to claim the singles title at her home grand slam (43 years after the last Australian woman Chris O’Neil won the title in January 1979).

Prior to this, Barty’s best performance at the Australian Open was a run to the semifinals in 2020 where she lost to the eventual winner of the tournament Sofia Kenin 6-7, 5-7.

YearPerformance
2022Champion
2021Quarter-Finals
2020Semi-Finals
2019Quarter-Finals
20183rd Round
20173rd Round
2016Did not compete
2015Did not compete
20141st Round
20131st Round
20121st Round
2011Did not compete

French Open Record

Barty only once made it past the second round once at the French Open.

The one year, Barty made it past round 2 was in 2019 and she ended up winning the title that year.

YearPerformance
20212nd Round
2020Did not compete
2019Champion
20182nd Round
20171st Round
2016Did not compete
2015Did not compete
20141st Round
20132nd Round
20121st Round
2011Did not compete

Wimbledon Championships Record

Barty was the 2021 women’s champion at Wimbledon after beating Karolína Pliskova, 6–3, 6–7, 6–3 in the 2021 singles final.

Up until her successful 2021 campaign, Barty had not made it past the 4th round at the Wimbledon Championships.

YearPerformance
2021Champion
2020Tournament not held
20194th Round
20183rd Round
20171st Round
2016Qualifying Round 2
2015Did not compete
2014Qualifying Round 3
2013Qualifying Round 1
20121st Round
2011Did not compete

US Open Record

The US Open is the only grand slam tournament where Barty didn’t make it to at least the Quarterfinals of the tournament.

Her best performances were at the 2018 and 2019 tournaments when she reached the 4th round.

YearPerformance
20213rd Round
2020Did not compete
20194th Round
20184th Round
20173rd Round
2016Did not compete
2015Did not compete
20141st Round
20132nd Round
2012Did not compete
2011Qualifying Round 1

Ashleigh Barty FAQ

What is Ashleigh Barty’s Net Worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Ashleigh Barty has an estimated net worth of $16 million.

Is Ashleigh Barty Married?

No, Barty is not currently married but she is engaged to Australian professional golfer Garry Kissick who she has been dating since 2017.

How tall is Ashleigh Barty?

Ashleigh Barty is 1.66 metres tall (5ft 5in).

When was Ashleigh Barty’s first Grand Slam Victory?

Ashleigh Barty’s first Grand Slam Victory came at the 2019 French Open where she beat Markéta Vondroušová in the final (6–1, 6–3).

When did Ashleigh Barty first turn pro?

Barty’s first turned pro in 2010 but her first WTA was not until the 2011 US Open where she lost to Julia Glushko in the first round of qualifying for the tournament.

What Tennis Racket does Ashleigh Barty use?

Ashleigh Barty endorses the Head Gravity MP tennis racket.

How many Grand Slams has Ashleigh Barty won?

Ashleigh Barty has won a total of two grand slam titles (2019 French Open and the 2021 Wimbledon Championships).

Has Ashleigh Barty ever won the Billie Jean King Cup/Fed Cup with Australia?

Barty never won the Billie Jean King Cup/Fed Cup with Australia but she did help Australia to reach the Fed Cup final in 2019, where they lost 3-2 to France.

Has Ashleigh Barty won any major Doubles Titles?

Barty has won one Grand Slam doubles title at the 2018 US Open with her partner CoCo Vandeweghe. Barty has also made it to the final of each of the other three grand slam tournaments.

Has Ashleigh Barty won any medals in singles or doubles at an Olympics?

Yes, Ashleigh Barty won a bronze medal in the mixed doubles event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with her mixed doubles partner John Peers.

Does Ashleigh Barty have any siblings?

Yes, Ashleigh Barty has two sisters called Ali and Sara.

Who are Ashleigh Barty’s Parents?

Ashleigh Barty’s Parents are Josie and Robert Barty.

Where was Ashleigh Barty born?

Ashleigh Barty was born in Ipswich in Queensland, Australia.

Did Ashleigh Barty win any Junior Grand Slam Titles?

Yes, Ashleigh Barty won one junior Grand Slam title (2011 Wimbledon Girls Singles) when she was 15.

Is Ashleigh Barty retired?

Yes, Ashleigh Barty announced her retirement from tennis shortly after she won the singles title at the 2022 Australian Open.

How much did Ashleigh Barty earn in prize money in her career?

Ashleigh Barty won a total of $23,829,070 in prize money during her relatively short tennis career.