Simona Halep
Net Worth 2024, Height, Wiki, Age, Bio

Simona Halep Net Worth 2024, Height, Wiki, Age
Tennis player

 Net worth: $36,551,855


Height: 168 cm / 5 ft 7 in tall


: 27 September 1991


: Constanta, Romania


: 32 years old Comment


: Libra

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  • Simona is a Romanian professional tennis player, among the top in the WTA rankings
  • She has been ranked world No. 1 in singles in WTA twice between 2017 and 2019, her current ranking being No. 2 since 3 February 2020
  • Simona is 4th in all-time rankings for the prize money earned

Simona Halep Height

How tall is Simona Halep?168 cm / 5 ft 7 in
Weight 60 kg / 132 lbs Comment
Born:27 September 1991 Comment
How old is Simona Halep in 2024? / Age: 32 years
Where was Simona Halep born?Constanta, Romania
Residence:Constanta, Romania
Nicknames:Halepeno, Super Simo
Zodiac sign:Libra

Simona Halep Net worth 2024 (estimated)

How much is Simona Halep worth?$36,551,855
Hair color:Brown
Eyes color:Blue

Who is Simona Halep? / Facts   

  • Family - Simona was born to Stere and Tania Halep, a family of Aromanian descent. S he has a brother Nicolae who is five and a half years older.
    Her father, Stere Halep, was a former football player.
    In the past he worked as a zootechnics technician, and currently owns a dairy products factory.
    Stere developed an interest in supporting his children's athletic ventures as a consequence of wondering how far he would have progressed as a footballer if his parents could have provided him with more financial support when he was growing up.
  • How it all began - Simona started playin tennis at age 4, after attending one of her brother's training sessions.
    Although her brother stopped playing the sport after a few years, she began practising twice a week with local coach Ioan Stan until she was six, from which point on she practised daily.
    Within years, Simona became a junior star in tennis, She is a former world No. 1 junior.
    She turned pro at age 15, and moved to Bucharest the following year to pursue her career in tennis.
  • Professional career in tennis - Simona cracked the top 50 barrier at the end of 2011, reached top 30 in August 2013, and and the top 10 in January 2014. 
    She won her first 6 WTA titles in the same calendar year in 2013, and was the first to do so since Steffi Graf in 1986.
    This led to her being named the WTA Most Improved Player at the end of the year. Halep reached three Grand Slam finals at the 2014 French Open, the 2017 French Open, and the 2018 Australian Open before winning her first Grand Slam singles title at the 2018 French Open against Sloane Stephens. A former junior champion there, she became just the sixth player to win both the girls' singles and women's singles titles at the French Open.
    Simona also finished runner-up at the 2014 WTA Finals to Serena Williams despite inflicting the worst loss of Williams' career at that point in the round robin stage. She did not defeat Williams a second time until the final of the 2019 Wimbledon Championships.
  • Latest tournaments - Simona started the 2020 WTA Tour at the new tournament in Adelaide, where she lost in the quarterfinals to Aryna Sabalenka.
    At the 2020 Australian Open, she reached the semifinals, where she lost to Garbine Muguruza.
    Simona won her 20th WTA title at Dubai Open, defeating Elena Rybakina in a tight third-set tiebreak in the final.
  • Snapshot:
    - Style: Aggressive baseliner, fast on court, great footwork and technique, aggressive player, balanced
    - Hand: Right handed, double handed backhand
    - Weakness: height, internal struggles
    - Titles: 20 WTA singles titles
    - Tournament rewards: $36,551,855
    - Coaches: Darren Cahill, Artemon Apostu-Efremov and Cosmin Hodor
    - Playing since: age 4
    - Turned pro: in 2006
  • Looks up to - Justine Henin and Andrei Pavel have been named as her tennis idols.
  • Popularity - Simona holds a huge fan base in her home country, Romania, but is also very popular worldwide.
    She was named the WTA Most Popular Player of the Year in 2014 and 2015, for being the most-clicked player on the WTA website.
    Simona was also named the WTA Fan Favorite Singles Player for 3 consecutive years in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
  • Honorary awards - Simona has also been named an honorary citizen of Bucharest.
    She has been awarded the Patriarchal Cross of Romania and the Order of the Star of Romania.
  • Surgery - She had a breast reduction surgery when she was 17, in 2009, saying that "It's the weight that troubles me. My ability to react quickly, my breasts make me uncomfortable when I play. I would have gone for surgery even if I hadn’t been a sportswoman."
  • Endorsements - Adidas, Lacoste, Vodafone, Rexona, Dorna, Dedeman are among the brands that have backed Simona over the years.
    Halep's clothing sponsor has been Nike since February 2018.
    She has been a brand ambassador for the Mercedes-Benz Romania automobile manufacturing company since 2017, and internationally for Hublot watches since 2016.
  • Social media - Simona has 362.7K followers on Twitter, and 1.5M followers on Instagram, as of February 2020.

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I don't have big muscles. I'm not tall. I have power inside. I fight.

It's not easy to serve, because I'm not that tall, but I'm trying to be more consistent and to deliver heavier serves.

I'm not very strong. I don't have big muscles.

Everyone is fighting like crazy because it's the last Grand Slam. When you play the Grand Slams, you just have to give everything you have.

I was fighting till the end. I did everything I could to win the match, I'm tired, I can say.

My dream is to win a grand slam, I don't know if it will happen in this life. But I just want to work hard every day to reach a major title.

When Serena Williams is number one, its hard to think of being number one, but still I have confidence that I can win more titles and reach a higher ranking.

If you get to No. 1, people say, 'But you didn't win a Grand Slam.' You cannot win, because you can say the same the other way round. In my opinion, both are really important. If you want to finish your career really happy with what you did, you have to win both.

I set some goals: little goals first and then the big ones. I stopped thinking about big achievements.

I can honestly say that every time I go on court, I see the opponent in a competitive way, but not a rival.

I have had to learn and to understand that sometimes I can't be always at my best.

Of course I cannot win all the matches, but just to play my game.

I've learned that I have to be more aggressive in that position, when I'm leading the match.

I am showing my emotions sometimes, and I can't help it. That's the way I am.

My psychologist told me I have to control my emotions and be more positive. She's taught me to stop the negative thoughts during the matches with some exercises. That's helped me make an improvement.

The most important thing is how you are as a person, and then like a professional person.

I give myself little presents all the time. But I don't do extravagant things.

I love Paris, just to stay there and visit. Maybe I'll live there one day.

To give birth is the most beautiful thing in the world.


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