Who is Yulia Putintseva's boyfriend? Know all about her relationship status

Yulia has won over $6,175,291 million dollars total prize money throughout her tennis career.

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By Mahaksh Chauhan | Jan 31, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Yulia Antonovna Putintseva is a professional tennis player from Kazakhstan who was born in Russia. She has been to the quarterfinals of three Grand Slam tournaments (twice at the French Open and once at the US Open), and in February 2017 she climbed to her all-time high singles ranking of No. 27 in the world. She has thus far claimed two WTA Tour singles championships. She played for her native Russia before June 2012. As a young woman, Putintseva was successful. She formerly held the No. 3 junior player ranking, which she attained on May 21, 2012. At the age of 13, Putintseva started competing on the ITF Junior Circuit in 2008. She won the singles event at the Grade 2 International Junior Tournament Citta’ Di Prato in Prato in May 2009 to earn her maiden junior victory. The following week, she triumphed in singles at the Grade 1 International Junior Tournament in Santa Croce. Later, she competed at the Grade A Trofeo Bonfiglio, where she was defeated by Sloane Stephens in the opening round. She continued to perform well, making it to two Grade 1 singles finals, but only succeeding in one.

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2022 Journey

At the Australian Open, Putintseva launched her 2022 campaign. 42 in the world, she was defeated by Harmony Tan in the opening round. She competed at the Dubai Tennis Championships in February, when Markéta Vondrouová defeated her in the final round of qualifying. Despite holding a match point in the third set, she lost to 12-seed and two-time winner Victoria Azarenka in the first round in Doha. She was defeated by Viktorija Golubic, the 31st seed, in the second round of the Indian Wells Open. She advanced to the third round of the Miami Open before falling to fifth seed Paula Badosa. At the Charleston Open, where she fell to eventual semifinalist and 15th seed Amanda Anisimova in the second round, Putintseva made her clay-court season debut.  In her one match for Kazakhstan against Germany in the Billie Jean King Cup, Putintseva defeated Angelique Kerber in three sets. Kazakhstan ultimately defeated Germany 3-1 in the match. She defeated sixth-seeded Ajla Tomljanovic at the Istanbul Cup in the quarterfinals. She was defeated by qualifier Anastasia Potapova in the semifinals.

She lost to the 14th seed Coco Gauff in the second round in Madrid. After advancing past qualification at the Italian Open, Putintseva defeated eighth-seeded and world No. 10 Garbie Muguruza in the second round to earn her ninth top-ten victory overall. She was defeated by Ons Jabeur, the ninth-seeded and eventual champion, in the third round. She lost to Camila Giorgi, the 28th seed, in the second round of the French Open despite being ranked No. 37 in the world. Anhelina Kalinina eliminated 16th-seeded Putintseva from the Eastbourne International in the third round. She was Alizé Cornet’s opponent in the first round at Wimbledon and was the 27th seed. At the Canadian Open, she defeated Alison Riske and fourth seed and world No. 3 Paula Badosa before retiring to advance to just her second quarterfinal at a WTA 1000 level. In the same competition, she and Sofia Kenin defeated sixth seeds Jelena Ostapenko and Lyudmyla Kichenok to advance to the doubles quarterfinals. At the Hobart International, Putintseva began her 2023 season by making the quarterfinals. She was defeated by Karolna Plková in straight sets in the second round of the Australian Open.

Yulia Putintseva and her Parents, Family

Ilya is Yulia Putintseva’s brother, and she was born to Anton and Anna Putintsev. She currently resides in Boca Raton, Florida, despite being a Moscow native. Her father exposed her to sports. She found it enjoyable and quickly began practising at Moscow’s Spartak Club. Later, after winning a significant Under 14s competition, she relocated to Paris to enrol at Mouratouglou Academy. Her preferred playing surface is clay, and her favourite competitions are the US Open and Australian Open.

Who is Yulia Putintseva currently dating?

Kazakh tennis player Yulia Putintseva is now single and without a boyfriend. She seems to be focused on advancing her tennis profession. Even if she is dating someone, Yulia has not disclosed this information to the media.



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