Who is Marta Kostyuk's boyfriend? Know all about her relationship status

Marta Kostyuk defeated Daria Kasatkina, a former player ranked in the top 10, in the first round of the US Open in straight sets.

Marta Kostyuk in a file photo (image: Twitter)
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Tennis player Marta Olehivna Kostyuk was born in Ukraine on June 28, 2002. On February 14, 2022, she attained a singles career-high rating of 49, and on January 30, 2023, a doubles career-high ranking of 31. At the Antey Tennis Club on the western outskirts of Kiev, Kostyuk learned how to play tennis from her mother when she was a little child. She recalls her first tennis match when she was five years old: “I just knew that if I started playing tennis, I’d get to spend more time with my mom because she worked a lot as a coach. The first time I went to the tennis courts to practise. To spend more time with her was sort of what inspired me to play tennis. Her maternal uncle’s coach was Taras Beiko, a former player for the USSR and Ukraine in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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Kostyuk won the Australian Open girls’ singles title in January 2017. In May, she became the youngest Ukrainian to win a professional singles title when she defeated a stronger opponent in an ITF event in Dunakeszi, Hungary, without dropping a set. Marta Kostyuk and Olga Danilovi won the girls’ doubles title at the US Open in September. She won the ITF Junior Masters, a year-end junior girls competition, in Chengdu, China, in October. At the Australian Open, Kostyuk made her professional debut in the main event. She won against Arina Rodionova, Daniela Seguel, and Barbora Krejková in the qualifying round after being given a wildcard entrance, becoming her the first person born in 2002 to compete in a Grand Slam main event. Kostyuk, who beat Peng Shuai in the opening round, became the first player under the age of twenty to triumph in a main-draw match in Melbourne since Martina Hingis in 1996.

She won in straight sets over Olivia Rogowska, an Australian wildcard, in the second round. She did this to become the youngest player to accomplish so since Mirjana Lui-Baroni in the 1997 US Open, when she advanced to the third round of a Grand Slam competition. However, she was defeated by fourth-seeded Elina Svitolina, a fellow countrywoman, in the third round. Kostyuk won the Burnie International, an Australian $60k tournament, in February 2018 and advanced to the final of the $60k Zhuhai Open in March, but she was unable to maintain her level of performance for the remainder of the year. She added two more ITF titles in 2019 and advanced to the third round of the Strasbourg WTA tournament.

2020-22 Journey

Kostyuk won the $60k Cairo Open in February. Together with Kamilla Rakhimova, she also prevailed in the doubles competition in Cairo. After the COVID-19 epidemic forced a hiatus in the season, she competed in the Palermo Ladies Open qualifiers, making it to the second round, and advanced through the qualifying to play in the main draw of the Prague Open. She defeated Daria Kasatkina, a former player ranked in the top 10, in the first round of the US Open in straight sets. Then, she defeated Anastasija Sevastova, a semifinalist previously. She competed against previous champion and No. 9 in the world Naomi Osaka in the third round. She won the second set in a tiebreaker after falling behind in the first, but lost the third set.

She knocked off 12-seed and former French Open winner Garbie Muguruza at the French Open in the first round, 6-1, 6-4. She lost to the current champion,Iga Swiatek, in the fourth round, her best Grand Slam performance. On November 1, 2021, Kostyuk attained the top 50, her highest career placement. She defeated 32nd seed Sara Sorribes Tormo to go to the third round of the Australian Open before falling to world No. 6 and eighth seed Paula Badosa. She eliminated seventh-seeded Barbora Krejcikova at the Eastbourne International to get to the third round.

Marta kostyuk and her Parents, Family

The couple Oleh Kostyuk and Talina Beiko had a daughter named Marta. Her mother was a professional tennis player who achieved a career-high WTA ranking of No. 391 and won a $10k title in her home city of Kyiv in 1994 while playing for the Ukrainian tennis team. Her father was the technical director of the Antey Cup, a junior tennis competition in Kyiv. Taras Beyko, her uncle, was a retired tennis player as well. Marta is the sister of former Chicago State University and Southeast Missouri State University tennis star Mariya Kostyuk. Vadym Slavov and Myroslav Slavov, two professional football players, have a relative named Marta.

Who is Marta Kostyuk currently dating?

Alex Zakharov, a Russian professional basketball player who most recently competed for Juventus Utena in the Lithuanian Basketball League, and Marta were dating. Before starting their relationship, the two, according to accounts, were childhood friends. Alex Zakharov and Marta Kostyuk still dating? Though she hasn’t officially acknowledged it, it now seems like their romance is ended. Fans noticed something was wrong when she deleted all of his images from her social media sites, even though she hasn’t publicly acknowledged it.

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