Yulia Putintseva is a tennis player from Kazakhstan who is of Russian descent. She has reached the quarterfinals of three Grand Slam tournaments (twice at the French Open and once at the US Open), and her career-high singles ranking of world No. 27 was achieved in February 2017. However, she has only won one singles title on the WTA Tour thus far.

Quick Fact 
NameYulia Putintseva
Date of Birth January 7, 1995
Place of BirthMoscow, Russia
NationalityKazakh
Father's NameAnton Putintseva
Mother's NameAnna Putintseva
ProfessionTennis PLayer
Siblings IIya Putintseva
RelationshipSingle
Net Worth$1-2 Million
Zodiac SignCancer
Eye colorBrown
Social MediaInstagram Twitter

Yulia Putintseva’s Early Life 

Yulia Putintseva was born in Moscow, Russia, on January 7, 1995, to Anton and Anna Putintseva. IIya Putintseva, her only sibling. She lives in Boca Raton, Florida, at the moment. Her father introduced her to sports. After winning a major Under 14s event, she moved to Paris to attend Mouratouglou Academy. Clay is her preferred surface, and the Australian Open and US Open are her favorite tournaments. Martina Hingis and Justine Henin were her tennis idols. She also likes to dance, listen to music, sing, do Sudoku, play cards, and play chess. She has been representing Kazakhstan since the beginning of June 2012.

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Yulia Putintseva’s Junior Career

Putintseva had a successful junior career. She was previously the No. 3 junior player, which she achieved on May 21, 2012. Putintseva, who is 13 years old, began playing on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2008. She won her first junior title in the singles event at the Grade 2 International Junior Tournament Citta’ Di Prato in Prato in May 2009. 

She continued to have good results, making her Grand Slam debut and winning her first Grand Slam match at the 2009 US Open, defeating Anna-Lena Friedsam. She won the Grade 1 International Junior Tournament “Citta’ Di Santa Croce” in Santa Croce the following week, again in singles. She then advanced to the Grade 1 Kentucky International Junior Tennis Derby final, where Zheng Saisai beat her. Finally, she competed in the Grade A Dunlop Orange Bowl in December 2009, losing in the third round to Ajla Tomljanovi.

 

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 Putintseva reached the Wimbledon semifinals and competed for Russia in the Youth Olympic Games in August, where she lost in the semifinals. After that, she got the final of the season’s final junior Grand Slam event, the US Open, but lost in straight sets to Daria Gavrilova.

Putintseva was just as successful in 2011 as she had been in previous years. She began the year by losing in the final of the Grade 1 Loy Yang Traralgon International to Monica Puig. It came after the Australian Open’s third round and the French Open’s quarterfinals. After that, she had a successful grass-court season, finishing runner-up at the Gra

de-1 Junior International – Roehampton and reaching the Wimbledon quarterfinals. However, she completed the year by losing the Dunlop World Challenge to Anett Kontaveit.

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Her final season as a junior was in 2012. She began the year by reaching the Loy Yang Traralgon International semifinals, a Grade 1 event. Then, she earned another Grand Slam singles final at the Australian Open but lost to Taylor Townsend to miss out on the title. Her most recent tournament was the French Open, where she placed fourth in the quarterfinals. On the ITF Junior Tour, she won five singles titles in total.

 

Yulia Putintseva’s Professional career

In 2012, Yulia Putintseva switched from representing Russia to Kazakhstan. She improved during the 2012 season, winning the $25K event in Launceston and reaching the semifinals of the $25K event in Almaty. She then defeated Karen Barritza in the first round of the WTA Tour but lost to former world No. 1 Jelena Jankovic in the second round. She won the $100,000 Cagnes-sur-Mer poker tournament in May, defeating Patricia Mayr-Achleitner in the final. She then made her Grand Slam qualifying debut at the French Open but could not advance to the main draw.

Yulia Putintseva’s career progressed in 2013. She made her first Grand Slam main-draw appearance at the Australian Open, where she also won her first Grand Slam match, defeating Christina McHale. However, Carla Suárez Navarro defeated her in the second round. After that, she made her Premier 5 main-draw debut and played her first tournament as a top-100 player at the Qatar Open, but Mona Barthel defeated her in the first round. Unlike the Indian Wells Open, where she failed to qualify. Putintseva did not have a particularly successful season in 2014.

 

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She reached her first WTA semifinal at the Swedish Open in 2015, and she won her first top-10 tournament at the Nuremberg Cup in 2016, defeating world No. 10 Andrea Petkovic in the first round. She also made two $100K finals this year, at the Grand Est Open 88 and the Nanjing Open.

In 2016, Yulia Putintseva returned to the racetrack. She then advanced to the semifinals of the Taiwan Open, where Venus Williams defeated her. After that, Putintseva lost to Serena Williams in the third round of the Indian Wells tournament after defeating Peng Shuai and Kristina Mladenovic. Then, at the Charleston Open in April, she reached her first Premier-level quarterfinal, defeating Venus Williams. She then advanced to the quarterfinals of the Morocco Open.

She gained more attention at the French Open after reaching her first Grand Slam quarterfinal. Serena Williams defeated her in the quarterfinals. She was able to break into the top 50 for the first time as a result of this. Yulia Putintseva then advanced to the semifinals of the Citi Open, where Yanina Wickmayer defeated her. Finally, she won her second career top-10 tournament at the Pan Pacific Open, beating Madison Keys in the first round.

Putintseva reached her first WTA Tour singles final at the St. Petersburg Trophy in the 2017 season. Before losing to Kristina Mladenovic, she had two top-10 wins over world No. 8 Svetlana Kuznetsova and No. 5 Dominika Cibulková on her way to the final. She then defeated Timea Bacsinszky, the world No. 15 and former top 10 players, at the Qatar Open but lost to Monica Puig. Unfortunately, she did not repeat her performance from the previous year at the French Open, losing the third round to Garbie Muguruza.  

Putintseva’s results varied throughout the 2019 season. In January, she advanced to the quarterfinals of the Premier-level Sydney International, where she defeated Sloane Stephens in the second round before losing to Kiki Bertens, another top player. After that, she only made it to the second round of the Australian Open and Indian Wells Open and the first round of the St. Petersburg Trophy and Dubai Championships. She made a big upset in the first round of Wimbledon, losing to world No. 1 Osaka for the second time. However, she lost to Viktorija Golubic in the second round.

 

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In 2020, Putintseva continued with mixed results. During the first half of the year, her only notable developments were reaching the third round of the Australian Open and the Qatar Open. Unfortunately, the WTA Tour was then halted for six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When tennis returned in August, Putintseva competed in the Lexington Open, defeating Ajla Tomljanovi but losing to eventual runner-up Jil Teichmann. She then advanced to the quarterfinals of the US Open, where she defeated world No. 15, Petra Marti, before losing to Jennifer Brady.

She then advanced to her first Premier-5 quarterfinal at the Italian Open, where eventual champion Simona Halep defeated her after retiring during the match. She ended the year with an early exit from the French Open, losing in the second round to Nadia Podoroska.

 

Yulia Putintseva’s Networth

Yulia Putintseva’s net worth has been steadily increasing. The majority of Yulia Putintseva’s wealth stems from her success as a tennis player. Her estimated networth is around $1-2 Million.

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Who is Yulia Putintseva Dating? 

The 26-year-old star Yulia Putintseva is currently single. She appears to be concentrating solely on her tennis career. She hasn’t shared anything about her romantic life, so even if she is dating someone, it’s a secret to the public. She has not yet married or given birth to any children.

 

Yulia Putintseva’s Social Media Handles

Yulia is becoming well-known and liked by a wide range of people as a result of her successful tennis career, which has garnered a lot of media attention.

@PutintsevaYulia is Yulia Putintseva’s Twitter handle, and she currently has 28.3K followers and 362 tweets. She also has 73.6K followers on Instagram, where she is known as @yulia_putintseva.

 

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