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Who are Iga Swiatek’s Parents? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Sponsors, Height

Who are Iga Swiatek’s Parents? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Sponsors, Height

Facts of Iga Swiatek

Full Name: Iga Swiatek
Birth Date: May 31, 2001
Age: 21 years
Gender: Female
Profession: Tennis player
Country: Poland
Horoscope: Gemini
Height: 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)
Net Worth$9 million
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBrown
Body Size31-24-35 inches.
Birth PlaceWarsaw
FatherTomasz Świątek
MotherDorota Świątek
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Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek grabbed the media spotlight as the first player representing Poland to win a Grand Slam singles title.

When was Iga Swiatek born?

Iga Swiatek opened her eyes to this beautiful world on May 31, 2001. She was born in Warsaw, Poland. As of 2022, Iga is 21 years old. Her full name is Iga Natalia Świątek. According to her full date of birth, her sun sign is Gemini. Iga celebrates her birthday on the 31st of May every year.

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Caption: Iga Swiatek with her family (Photo: Instagram)

She is the daughter of Dorota Świątek (mother) and Tomasz Świątek (father). By profession, Iga’s father is a Polish rower while her mother is an orthodontist. She has an older sister named Agata. She is a student of dentistry. By nationality, she holds polish citizenship and belongs to white ethnic background. She follows Christianity as a religion.

Is Iga Swiatek in a relationship?

Iga is not in a relationship with anyone at the moment. Even though she is at the age of understanding love and relationship but she has not been involved with anyone. As of now, she is only focusing on her career and family rather than her relationship. But in the coming days, she might get into a relationship with the person she is interested in.

What is Iga Swiatek’s Net Worth?

Iga has an estimated net worth of around $9 million as of 2022. She was able to collect this decent sum of money from her career as a tennis player. An average salary of a tennis player is about $113,478 per year.

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Caption: Iga Swiatek playing tennis (Photo: Instagram)

He might be earning the same amount. Besides, she is also earning an extra sum from winning the tournaments and games.

Who are Iga Swiatek’s Sponsors?

Świątek has been sponsored by Asics for clothing since the start of 2020. Previously, she was sponsored by Nike one of the top shoe brand.

Who won the women’s French Open title?

Iga Swiatek Swiatek won the Fench open title. She won by defeating Coco Gauff in the final at Roland Garros. Likewise, she has been the most dominant force in women’s tennis for the past four months.

Who won Roland Garro’s women’s final?

Iga won Roland Garro’s women’s final. She won at Roland Garros for the second time and made her incredible win streak and reached 35 matches.

How tall is Iga Swiatek?

Iga stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches while her body weight is around 69kg. Her total body measurement is 31-24-35 inches. Iga has an alluring pair of brown eyes and beautiful brown hair.

Professional Career of Iga Swiatek

  • Iga is a professional tennis player by profession.
  • She began her professional career after she competed on the ITF Women’s Circuit in 2016.
  • Iga won all seven ITF singles finals.
  • She reached her first three titles at the age of 15 years old.
  • In April 2019 Iga made her first WTA breakthrough at the Ladies Open Lugano.
  • She made her debut in the top 100 while she was still 17 years old.
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Caption: Iga Swiatek with her trophy (Photo: Instagram)
  • Likewise, she reached the third round at the US Open.
  • After some time, Iga won the singles event for her maiden WTA title right after the rescheduled French Open in September.
  • She then won the title without dropping a set or more than five games to any opponent.
  • With the title Iga got, she rose to No. 17 in the world.
  • Similarly, she played the doubles event, partnering with Nicole Melichar for the first time.
  • Iga has also represented Poland at the ITF World Junior Tennis Finals for 14-and-under girls.
  • She won the tournament twice in 2014 and 2015.