It's not unusual to see a Tennis star stirring dating rumours with her very own coach when they are noticeably getting too cosy. This seemed to be the case with Angelique Kerber who sparked rumours of her love life with one of her former coaches.
It's not unusual to see a Tennis star stirring dating rumors with her very own coach when they are noticeably getting too cozy. This seemed to be the case with Angelique Kerber who sparked rumors of her love life with one of her former coaches.
Kerber has attained remarkable success as far as her professional career is concerned, but what about her personal life? Is she currently in a relationship?
Is Angelique Kerber Dating Someone?
Angelique Kerber is reportedly single at the moment. Unlike her professional career, her personal life is very much under the radar. She was previously linked in a romantic relationship with her former coach Torben Beltz.
Beltz's first spell as Kerber's coach started way back in 2003 when she turned pro. After a decade, the pair parted ways in 2013. However, neither of them confirmed if they were romantically involved.
Angelique Kerber with her former coach as well as rumored ex-boyfriend
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Moving forward, 2 years later, the Tennis star rehired her former coach at the beginning of 2015. The second spell was pretty brief as their professional relationship lasted only 2 years.
On 16th November 2017, Kerber announced via social media Beltez is no longer her coach as their partnership had come to an end.
She followed up with another tweet where she revealed Wim Fissette is her new coach.
Recently in July 2018, Angelique revealed she wasn't looking for a boyfriend. Apparently, she wants to be fully focussed on her Tennis career at the moment. Speaking during in an interview with Tennis World USA, she said:
"That's the question I was waiting for. I am not in a rush. If you do not expect it, he comes, it's like this. I will figure it out."
Kerber clearly isn't in a rush to get herself in a romantic affair. However, she hasn't closed the door on her love life either. Perhaps her soul-mate will enter her life when least expected.
Angelique Kerber's Career
Kerber made her professional debut way back in 2007. She competed in her first Grand Slam at the French Open, losing to Elena Dementieva in the first round.
Kerber earned her first Grand Slam victory in the 2008 Australian Open where she defeated Maret Ani, before losing to Francesca Schiavone in the following round.
Angelique Kerber with her Wimbledon title in 2018
Angelique qualified for the 2010 Australian Open where she reached the third round for the first time. Her breakthrough, however, arrived in 2011 after she reached her first quarterfinal at the Hobart International, finishing the year as world No. 32.
At the 2012 Australian Open, Kerber was the 30th seed, reaching the third round before getting eliminated by Maria Sharapova. This helped Kerber rise to her career-high singles ranking of world number 27.
Moving on, Kerber lost to Li Na in the third round at the 2013 Western & Southern Open. She finished 2014 by representing Germany in the Fed Cup final.
Angelique defeated Naomi Osaka, Daria Kasatkina and Karolina Pliskova before falling to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the 2017 Toray Pan Pacific Open.
Kerber won her first Wimbledon title in July 2018, defeating Serena Williams in the final. She took part in US Open 2018 where she was defeated by Dominika Cibulkova in the third round.
Kerber won the WTA Player of the Year in 2016. Previously, she won the German Sportswoman of the Year and US Open Sportsmanship Award. In addition, she has won the ITF World Champion Award. Her current ranking is world no. 3.
Angelique Kerber: Quick Facts
- Born on 18th January 1988 in Bremen, Germany.
- Her birth sign is Capricorn.
- She stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 73 kg.
- Her parents are Slawomir Kerber and Beata Kerber.
- She has a sister named Jessica Kerber.
- She began playing tennis when she was three years old.
- She holds German-Polish citizenship.
- She won both the Australian Open and the U.S. Open in 2016.
- She became the world #1 for the first time in September 2016.
- She won a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
- Her net worth is estimated to be $30 million.