Elise Mertens Biography
Elise Mertens is a tennis player who competes professionally for Belgium. She was born on November 17, 1995. She is ranked in the top 15 in both singles and doubles, and on November 26, 2018, she reached the highest singles position of her career, which was world No. 12.
She has won three Grand Slam championships in women’s doubles competitions in addition to six WTA singles wins and 15 doubles titles overall on the WTA Tour.
Although she has had the most success in doubles, she has also had a great deal of success in singles competition. She was born in Leuven, the daughter of a teacher and a church furniture maker, Liliane Barbe and Guido Mertens.
She was educated at home and has fluency in French, English, and Flemish Dutch as a result of her love of learning new languages. Elise’s older sister, Lauren, is a pilot and introduced her to tennis when she was just four years old.
Mertens was inspired by Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters as children and has been training at the Kim Clijsters Academy since 2015.
She is a women’s tennis player who is currently 24 years old and has a net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.
Mertens is currently ranked world No.30.
Mertens is 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Elise was born to her mother, Liliane Barbe, a teacher, and her father, Guido Mertens, a church furniture manufacturer.
Mertens is in a loving relationship with her former coach Robbe Ceyssens.
Mertens has an active Instagram account with 78.6k followers.
Mertens is 26 years old.