Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary

Tennis Player

Paula Badosa

Paula Badosa’s Net Worth is around $3 million.

Paula Badosa

Paula Badosa- Biography

Spanish tennis player, Paula Badosa caught media attention through her gameplay and moves.

Paula Badosa’s Net Worth & Salary

Paula Badosa’s earnings from her professional tennis career are as follows: $64,538 in 2018, $257,299 in 2019, 391,314 in 2020, and $318,782 in 2021.

Her total career prize money earnings are $1,188,340, and she is ranked 372nd on the money list.

Her net worth is estimated to be $3 million as a result of her years as a professional tennis player.

She also earns money through a variety of brand endorsements and commercial advertisements. She is working hard to increase her worth and live a lavish lifestyle.

Paula Badosa
Paula Badosa in an ongoing match. Source: advebturealleyproductions.blogspot

Paula Badosa Biography

Real Name Paula Badosa Gilbert
Birth Date November 15, 1997
Age (as of 2021) 23 Years
Birth Place Manhattan, New York, USA
Nationality Spanish
Profession Tennis Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Scorpio

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 70 kg  –  in Pounds –  154 lbs
Body Measurements 34-25-36
Bra Size 34A
Waist Size 25 Inches
Hips Size 36 Inches
Shoe Size 6 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic


Father Josep Badosa
Mother Mireia Gibert


School Distance Education

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Is she Lesbian? No
Who is her Boyfriend? Not Known

Paula Badosa’s Bio

Paula Badosa, a Spanish tennis player, drew media attention with her gameplay and moves. Her best singles ranking in the world is 34, and her best doubles ranking is 359.

She considers herself to be an aggressive tennis player who enjoys playing short points. Her favorite shot is serving, and she represents Spain admirably and never disappoints the country.

Paula is currently competing in the Indian Wells Masters against some of the world’s best players and has advanced to the round of 16.

Paula Badosa’s Childhood & Education

Paula Badosa Gilbert was born on November 15, 1997, in Manhattan, New York, USA, and now lives in Begur, Spain.

Her parents, Mireia Gilbert and Josep Badosa, both worked in the fashion industry when she was born. When she was seven years old, her family relocated to Barcelona.

She is fluent in Spanish, Catalan, English, and a little French. Maria Sharapova was her role model and a huge inspiration to her. Her favorite tournament is the US Open. Paula, a gifted student, attended high school four years away from her family.

There isn’t much information available about her higher education and qualifications. She appears to be well educated based on her growth and success rate.

Paula Badosa’s Professional Career

Paula began playing tennis at the ‘Playa de Aro’ club after moving to Barcelona. She moved to Valencia and then back to Barcelona when she was 17, in order to advance her tennis career. In September 2012, she made her sporting debut on the ITF Junior Circuit.

In February 2014, she won her first junior singles title at the Grade-1 Mediterranee Avenir in Casablanca, and in April of the same year, she won her first junior doubles title at the Trofeo Juan Carlos Ferrero in Villena. She made her Grand Slam debut in 2014, reaching the quarterfinals in both singles and doubles.

More success came her way when she finished runner-up in singles at the European Junior Championships. Her junior career came to an end at the 2015 French Open, where she won the Girls’ singles title.

Later in 2012, she began playing on the ITF Women’s Circuit in Getxo, where in November 2013, she won her first title in Saint Jordi, and in March 2015, she received a wildcard for the main draw at the ‘Premier Mandatory Miami Open’ and secured her first two WTA Tour victories.

Ascend to Fame

Following that, she made her debut in the top 100 in the 2018-19 season. Her 2020 season was very successful, with her best result of the year coming at the French Open, where she reached the round of 16 for the first time in a major tournament.

She defeated Sloane Stephens and Jelena Ostapenko, both Grand Slam champions. She broke into the top 40 for the first time in her career at the 2021 Serbia Open, where she won her first title after Ana Konjuh was forced to withdraw due to an injury.

Paula did compete in popular tournaments in 2021, but she couldn’t live up to her potential and was eliminated in the qualifying rounds of both the US Open and the Ostrava Open.

Following that, she advanced to the round of 16 in the ongoing BNP Paribas Open, where she will face Barbora Krajcikova for a spot in the quarter-finals.

Paula Badosa’s Social Media

Paula, a sports personality, has a large fan base on social media. She has 106k Instagram followers under the username @paulabadosa, where she posts pictures of herself doing fun activities and practicing her play to become an expert.

She also posts beautiful photos of herself, her friends, competitors, teammates, and family. She has 31.7k followers on her Twitter account @paulabadosa, where she posts information about upcoming matches and victories.

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Quick Facts of Paula Badosa

  • Paula was interested in modeling as a teenager and wanted to follow in her parent’s footsteps, but she eventually changed her mind and decided to play tennis professionally. She had difficult times in her life and struggled with depression and anxiety.
  • She won the ‘2015 French Open Girls’ singles title after defeating Anna Kalinskaya in the finals.
  • She won the title 2R in the Australia Open in 2021, and the title 1R in the French Open in 2020 and 2021.
  • In singles, her career-high is 250-140, her career title is 1, her highest ranking is 34, and her current ranking is 35.
  • Her career-high in doubles is 8-13, her highest ranking is 359, and her current ranking is 364.
  • She went on to become a professional tennis player and is currently enjoying a successful career under the tutelage of Javier Marti.
  • She is a former junior world number eight.