Elena Rybakina Bio: Early Life, Career & Net worth

Among all those rising athletes, Elena Rybakina is a young athlete who quickly rose, thanks to her hunger for knowledge.

She is a Russian Kazakhstani tennis player. Moreover, the professional tennis player stands aloof as the inspiration for other youths in battle.

Additionally, she also has made a run for the peak with her career-high Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) ranking of No.17 in the world.

As special she is as a player, Elena is also an effortless diva who has been devoting her life ever since and has maintained an excellent movement and service.

Elena Rybakina
Elena Rybakina (Source: Instagram)

All in all, few sentences won’t hold enough power to describe her and her journey itself.

Below are some get-to-go facts about the player, followed by her journey, which I hope to cover thoroughly with that mindset.

Quick Facts:

Full NameElena Andreyevna Rybakina
Date of Birth17 June 1999
Birth PlaceMoscow, Russia
Nick NameLena Rybakina
ReligionChristianity
NationalityRussian-born Kazakhstani
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac SignGemini
Age22 years old
Height1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight150 lb (68 kg)
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye ColorGreen
BuildAthletic
Father’s NameN/A
Mother’s NameN/A
SiblingsN/A
EducationUnknown
Marital StatusUnmarried
BoyfriendNo
ProfessionTennis player
Professional since2016
CoachStefano Vukov
Current rankingNo. 19 (12 October 2020)
Active Years2005-present
Net Worth$1,466,978
Social MediaInstagram, Twitter
Last UpdateJune,2022

Elena Rybakina | Early Life and Family

Rybakina, aka Elena Andreyevna Rybakina, was born on 17 June 1999 under Gemini’s sun sign in Moscow, Russia.

Sadly, Elena has not spilled much when it comes to her personal life that much. So, anything regarding her parent’s name, whereabouts, and siblings is kept a secret. 

However, what we know is that her whole family is very into sports, and thus, they have been supporting her ever since the early days.

Moreover, Rybakina commenced her athletic journey alongside her sister very early age. At first, she used to do gymnastics and ice skating.

However, she was suggested to join tennis by both her father and coach concerning her height.

Rybakina with her coach, Irina Kiseleva
Rybakina with her coach, Irina Kiseleva

Anyhow, her father was fond of tennis, and he had also tried it once at age 20; thus, he suggested Elena try it too.

Herewith, Rybakina switched her lane to tennis and has never looked back ever since.

How old is Elena Rybakina? Age, Height, and Body Measurements

Beautiful and talented, Elena was born on 17 June 1999, which makes her 22 years old as of 2022. 

She is a young lady with a fit physique and toned body shape. To illustrate, she stands tall at 6 ft 0 in (1.84 m ) while weighing 68 kg (150 lb).

As for her body measurements, she stays at 87-61-91. Furthermore, to get into her measurement details, she has a breast size of 34 inches (87 cm) and wears a bra size of 38B (US) / 85B (EU).

Besides, her hip measures 35 inches (91 cm) while her waist span is 24 inches (61 cm).

As for her appearance, she has a fair skin tone with beautiful wavy blonde hair. Altogether, she has light green eyes and small lips to compliment her oval face.

Elena Rybakina | Early Career

Alongside her school, she would take time for practice and competitions. Later, she transferred from the Dynamo Sports Club to the Spartak Tennis Club.

There she played with Andrey Chesnokov and Evgenia Kulikovskaya.

During those tenures, she was taught in a group and had limited time for classes, usually two hours. Thus, she had to set extra time apart for her training and fitness schedule.

However, the best part was a World Championship gold medalist who coached her in the modern pentathlon, Irina Kiseleva.

Junior Days

Elena Rybakina made it to the junior circuit between school and tennis at age 14 through the ITF Junior Circuit in November 2013.

Following it, she also gave a banging rookie day with victory at the Grade 3 Almetievsk Cup.

Firstly, Rybakina began her early days in Grade 2, where she was the runner-up at the Ozerov Cup in Moscow. Secondly, she moved to Grade 1; however, she fell into quite an unsuccessful streak.

Altogether, she managed things up as she made her junior Grand Slam debut at US Open, ending in third place.

After one last loss at the Australian Open, she had a back-to-back Grade 1 title. Afterward, for the 2016 season, she had quite a suffering with the gameplay; however, at least she ended the season well.

She became the runner-up in an all-Russian final with Olesya Pervushina and Anastasia Potapova.

Next year, she had partaken in the Australian Open, the French Open, and the ITF Junior Masters. As a junior, she also claimed the Grade A title at the Trofeo Bonfiglio over Iga Świątek.

Overall, Rybakina had 15 offers from the US colleges; however, she didn’t want to go to college; thus, she convinced her father and turned professional in the game.

Elena Rybakina | Professional Career

Alongside her junior years, Rybakina commenced her professional carer in parallel in 2014. Thus, she has been a part of Maiden ITF, Maiden WTA and playing nationally and internationally.

Maiden ITF title

Elena R7ybakina pushed her career in Maiden ITF in December 2014; however, her success wasn’t a short journey.

Before winning her foremost ITF singles title at a $15K event in Kazan, she featured numerous untitled singles and doubled unseen matches.

Also, she won her doubles match before her singles title, and that was when her rank improvised from No. 450 to No. 268 in the world ranking.

Likewise, she had a significant year as she again hopped to No. 215 in the world ranking after standing behind Sabina Sharipova at the ITF $60K Lale Cup in Istanbul.

ITF $60K Lale Cup
ITF $60K Lale Cup (Source: Instagram)

Following it, Rybakina ascended to get in the top 200 players of the world, and right then, she also switched her federations from Russian to Kazakhstani.

Consequently, Kazakhstan financially supported her as she got into college tennis in the United States.

Altogether, Rybakina had won three ITF titles summing in $60K Launceston Tennis International.

Maiden WTA title

Although Rybakina performed most for ITF in those years, she also got into a few WTA titles.

In October 2017, Rybakina made her WTA debut at the Kremlin Cup, which she eventually lost to Irina-Camelia Begu.

Her foremost WTA victory came in February 2018 at the St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy as she defeated Timea Bacsinszky. Afterward, Elena was mostly indulging in the ITF title until 2019’s mid-season.

Thus, she entered into WTA through Rosmalen Grass Court Championships with a long gap as she claimed the victory. However, she failed to enter Wimbledon.

Advancing on, she made her breakpoint at the age of 20 as she entered the world’s top 100 list.

Till then, Rybakina had won the Bucharest Open as she defeated Patricia Maria Țig and stood in No. 65.

Besides, her US Open still came as a loss but maintained to stand behind Rebecca Peterson at the Jiangxi International Women’s Tennis Open.

Overall, Rybakina stood as the No. 37 in the world ranking and posted her first career Premier 5 event, including the Wuhan Open.

Rest Gameplay

Unlike every athlete, Rybakina has also been going off strong amidst the pandemic. Before the world apocalypse, Rybakina had troubles with her leg due to an abductor strain.

She had partaken in the Australian Open, Qatar Open, Shenzhen Open, St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy, and the Dubai Tennis Championships.

Talking in-depth about her matches, Rybakina bagged her second WTA title at the Hobart International.

Later, she posted her foremost draw matches against Bernarda Pera and Greet Minnen at the Grand Slam.

Second WTA Title at Hobart Tennis
Second WTA Title at Hobart Tennis / Instagram

Equally important, Elena Rybakina stood aloof as the first Kazakhstani player in the top 20 as she was ranked No.17. Overall, the highest-ranked player she had defeated to date is No. 3 Karolína Plíšková at Dubai.

Altogether, the ongoing pandemic gave her a few months’ holidays, and with her return, she played against Alexandrova came as a loss.

However, at the Italian Open against the same player, she swiftly took over the victory in her third try.

All in all, by the end of the season, she had partaken at the US Open, the Italian Open (loss to Yulia Putintseva), the Internationaux de Strasbourg (loss in final to No. 5 Elina Svitolina), and the French Open (loss to Fiona Ferro).

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Elena Rybakina | Playing Style and Stats

Rybakina is widely known as an aggressive player with swift, effortless movement and service. Furthermore, her calm position and flawless strike despite her height make her a tough opponent.

Apart from it, Rybakina has shown a vast improvement in her service currently. To illustrate, she has managed both her forehand and backhand service, and most of her 2020 wins come through it.

All in all, her coach named her as “a right-handed Petra Kvitová” (Czech professional tennis player).

Although Elena Rybakina has not bagged any title to date, she has maintained a perfect image of herself. Moreover, her highest ranking to date is No.17, while her current ranking is No.19.

Simultaneously, her career record for doubles stands at 32–27 (54.2%), while her career record for singles stands at 169–72 (70.1%).

Altogether, she has 115 aces in 225 service games (20 matches) as of 2020.

You can find the latest news, live scores, results, draws, fixtures, and match details related to Elena Rybakina on the Flashscore website.

What is Elena Rybakina’s net worth? Net Worth and Salary

Elena Rybakina is expected to have a net worth of $1,466,978. Although her tool estimated worth and salary hadn’t been revealed, she earns through her prize money.

To go into detail, her first prize money was in 2019 at the singles match, which earned her $355,606.

Following it, she bagged another singles title in 2020, which was worth $1,022,234.

Apart from games, she was formerly sponsored by Nike, whereas, currently, she is endorsed by Addidas from her clothes to the shoes. Apparently, Rybakina uses the Yonex VCore 100 rackets.

Net Worth of Elena Rybakina in Different Currencies

Also, have a look into Elena Rybakina’s net worth in different currencies.

CurrencyNet Worth
Euro1,235,142€ 
Pound Sterling1,055,190£ 
Australian Dollar1,959,629A$ 
Canadian Dollar1,826,168C$ 
Indian Rupee109,271,524₹ 
BitCoin43฿ 

Is Elena Rybakina single? Personal Life and Boyfriend

Rybakina is a special person on and off-field. She is an aggressive player and a pretty lady at the same time.

To date, there is no rumor about her dating, and even, in reality, she seems to be single.

However, if we think into it, Rybakina has ever been so focused on her training and career that, of course, she must not have time for those.

In any way, it’s awesome to see a young lady soaring so high. 

Further, in the future, if something interesting about her love life comes out, we will update you guys about it here.

Social Media Presence:

Elena Rybakina is quite active on social media. She is available on Instagram and Twitter. You can follow her via these links.

Instagram

Twitter

 Some FAQs:

Where is Elena Rybakina from?

Elena Rybakina is from Moscow, Russia.

Who is Elena Rybakina’s tennis idol?

Roger Federer has been Elena Rybakina’s tennis idol from the very start. Additionally, she also looks up to Justine Henin.

What did Elena Rybakina do during a lockdown?

Elena Rybakina was home with her family, and she couldn’t play for more than two months. Thus, she was only following her diet and workout schedule.

Which Grand Slam does Elena Rybakina like to playing in?

Elena Rybakina loves playing in the Australian Grand Slam.

Who won Elena Rybakina vs. Simona Halep in 2019 Wuhan Open?

Elena Rybakina won in the 2019 Wuhan Open on Sep 25, 2019. She defeated Simona Halep, who retired late in the first set with a lower back injury.  

However, Elena later lost in the next round to world No. 14, Aryna Sabalenka.

Who is Elena Rybakina’s coach?

At present, Elena Rybakina works with her coach Stefano Vukov since February 2019. Stefano Vukov is a former Croatian tennis player who was featured in the ITF Futures tour.

Likewise, Rybakina’s first coach in the field was Andrei Chesnokov from Spartak Tennis Club. She had hired him at the age of 18 as a private coach.

Later, Rybakina switched to Vuov as Chesnokov couldn’t travel with her for tours and only coached her in Moscow.

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  1. Really enjoyed watching Rybakina play today. She has great form. Her potential is unlimited. Hope she stays healthy. Look forward to watching her play in future. Good luck

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