What is Anna Kalinskaya net worth, prize money, salary and brand endorsements

At the St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy in 2022, Anna Kalinskaya and American Caty McNally won the doubles tennis competition.

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Anna Kalinskaya is a Russian professional tennis player born on 2 December 1998. She achieved a career-high ranking of No. 51 as a singles player in September 2022 and No. 53 as a doubles player in August 2022 according to the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) rankings. She won three doubles titles, seven singles titles, and nine doubles titles on the WTA Tour and the ITF Women’s Circuit, respectively. When she and Tereza Mihalková won the Grand Slam girls’ doubles championship at the 2016 Australian Open, she began a bright career at the young age of 17. Prior to that, she and her countrywoman Anastasia Potapova advanced to the doubles final at the 2015 US Open and the girls’ singles final at the 2015 French Open. She won her maiden Grand Slam match in 2017, defeating former US Open champion Sloane Stephens in the first round of the competition. At the St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy in 2022, she and American Caty McNally won the doubles tennis competition.

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National Representative

In the 2017 Fed Cup World Group II, she was nominated for the first time for the Russia Fed Cup team but was only chosen for the dead doubles match, which she won with Anna Blinkova. At the 2018 Fed Cup World Group II, she played her first live Fed Cup rubber and lost to seasoned player Magdaléna Rybáriková. At the 2020 Billie Jean King Cup, Kalinskaya represented Russia once more, securing a place for her nation in the Finals by teaming up with Anna Blinkova to win the crucial doubles rubber.

2022 Journey

Kalinskaya qualified for the Melbourne Summer Set to kick off her season. She was forced to give up the match against her countrywoman Daria Kasatkina in the main draw during the second set. She was a top seed in the Australian Open qualification, however she was defeated by Andrea Lázaro Garca in straight sets. She lost in the final round of qualifying in the St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy as her struggles persisted.

The second positive outcome occurred at the Indian Wells Open, where she defeated two French women (Harmony Tan and Alizé Cornet) in the main draw after winning two qualifying matches. In the third round, she beat Sorana Cîrstea and took the first set, but she dropped the next two sets and only won one game. Similar circumstances occurred at the Miami Open, where she advanced to the third round after qualifying, but this time, she chose to forfeit her match against Lucia Bronzetti. She had previously upset world No. 6 Karolna Plková in the second round to earn her second top-10 victory.

At the French Open, she made her first Grand Slam main-draw appearance of the year. She automatically qualified for the main draw due to her ranking in the top 100, but Madison Keys defeated her. Her season on grass courts began with two second round losses to Belinda Bencic at the German Open and the Rosen Championships. Due to the Russian players’ ban brought about by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, she was barred from competing at Wimbledon. She lost in the second round of the Ladies Open Lusanne on July 18, 2022, and as a result, she rose to a career-high singles ranking of world No. 70. She had a match point against Danilovi but lost.

Anna Kalinskaya net worth and prize money 2023

Anna began her career as a professional in 2016, and as of the most recent update, she has earned $1,824,405 in her career as a result of having her name attached to numerous titles and events. Consequently, the player’s estimated net worth exceeds $ 500,000. Anna has participated in a number of prestigious competitions and won significant sums of cash. Anna made more than $2,000 from her participation in Adelaide International 1. Similar to that, she won more than $50,000 at the Guadalajara Open Akron in October 2022. Kalinskaya earned more than $5,410 at the San Diego Open, and her prize money for the 2022 US Open was $121,000. By competing in the Western & Southern Open, where she won $16,340 in prize money, she increased the amount of money in her bank account.

Anna kalinskaya brand endorsements 2023

Kalinskaya is a well-known athlete. She has never spoken about her sponsorship relationships or brand promotion, but the athlete frequently touts companies like Adidas Tennis. Anna presently uses tennis rackets from Yonex and also promotes other labels, such as VOSSWorld.

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