Ashleigh Barty is a former tennis player who was born on born 24 April 1996. She is, however, a retired cricket player as well.
Barty arrived at a profession-high ITF world junior positioning of No. 2, having dominated at the two singles and doubles
She began playing low-level occasions on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2009 at 13 years old and came out on top for her 1st championship at the Grade-4 Australian International prior to turning 14.
Barty kept on playing just in competitions underneath the higher levels until the finish of 2010, incorporating a record of 24-2 in her five occasions that season while additionally catching a Grade 2 title in Thailand.
She played her first junior Grand Slam occasion in 2011 at the Australian Open, where she lost her initial match to third seed Lauren Davis.
Be that as it may, she returned quickly from this loss before very long by winning both the singles and duplicates occasions at two major level Grade 1 occasions, the Sarawak Chief Minister’s Cup in Malaysia in March and the Belgian International Junior Championships in May.
Following a second-round misfortune at the 2011 French Open, Barty won her main junior Grand Slam title at Wimbledon at 15 years old.
She turned out to be only the second Australian to win the young ladies’ singles occasion after Debbie Freeman in 1980, and the principal Australian young lady to win any lesser Grand Slam singles title since Jelena Dokic at the 1998 US Open.
What nationality is Barty?
Ashleigh Barty holds Australian Nationality.
Where is Ashleigh Barty from?
Barty was born on 24 April 1996 in Ipswich, Queensland to Josie and Robert Barty.