One of the hottest professional tennis players, Fanny Stollar, hails from Budapest, Hungary. She has won one double on the WTA Challenger Tour and two doubles on the WTA Tour.
Stollar achieved her highest singles ranking of No. 114 on 19 November 2018. Similarly, as of 11 July 2022, she had been ranked No. 357 in the world in the singles category.
Having started playing tennis at the age of three, she has come a long way, winning numerous tournaments in the process and has cemented her name as one of the best tennis players in the world.
In 2016, she became a member of the Hungarian Fed Cup team.
Similarly, she reached the second round of the qualifiers at the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018 and the Australian Open in 2019.
Her first coaches were her parents, and then Zoltán Kuhárszky took care of her.
Moreover, she has won eleven doubles titles and one singles title on the ITF Women’s Circuit.
For more intriguing details about the tennis star, please stick to the end of the article and do not forget to check out the facts table below.
Fanny Stollar | Quick Facts
|12 November 1998
|25 Years Old
|1.72 m/5 ft. 8 in/172 cm
|63 KG/138 lbs.
|34-25-35 inches/86-63.5-89 cm
|Blue Eyes, Charming Smile
|Professional Tennis Player
|Right-Handed (Two-Handed Backhand)
|No. 114 (19 November 2018)
|No. 357 (11 July 2022)
|Nike, Wilson Sporting Goods
|Career Record: 148–130 (53.2%)
Career Titles: 1 ITF
|Career Record: 117–62 (65.4%)
Career Titles: 2 WTA, 1 WTA Challenger
Highest Ranking: No. 67 (10 September 2018)
Current Ranking: No. 135 (11 July 2022)
Fanny Stollar | Early Life & Body Measurements
Fanny Stollar was born in Budapest, Hungary, on 12 November 1998 to her father, Tibor Stollar, and mother, Yevett Varga.
Both her father and mother are former competitive tennis players and served as her coach when she was a kid before she turned to Zoltán Kuhárszky for professional training.
She picked up a racquet for the first time when she was three years old. However, her parents did not deal with her regularly until she turned six.
At the age of eleven, she took third place in the under-12 age group at the Nike Juniors Tour held in the Bahamas in December 2010.
Based on the tournament results, Nike signed Fanny on a three-year contract.
Fanny Stollar | Age, Height & Weight
Born in 1998, Fanny is 25 years old as of 2024. Her sun sign is Scorpio.
She stands 1.72 meters tall and weighs around 138 lbs.
Fanny has often been named one of the best-looking female tennis players in the world.
Her tall stature, athletic body figure, long blonde hair, and blue eyes make her look perfect in whatever attire she appears in.
Similarly, as an elite athlete, she has to stay fit and ready for tournaments all across the world, which is why she works out every single day and eats a healthy diet.
Fanny hits the gym every day and frequently shares her workout reels on her social media with hundreds of thousands of admirers.
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Fanny Stollar | Career
In 2012, at the age of 13, Fanny won the Hungarian championship, making her the youngest person to win the title in the history of the sport.
Similarly, the same year she successfully participated in a number of prestigious American junior competitions.
She grabbed first place at the International junior tournament, the Eddie Herr tournament of the IMG Academy.
Eddie Herr is considered one of the most prestigious youth tournaments in the world.
Likewise, in 2013, she partnered with Anna Bondar and Rebeka Stolmar and won a bronze medal as the team at the U16 European Championship.
The following year with, Kamil Majchrzak on her side she won the bronze medal at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanking, Poland, in a match against a Romanian-Argentinian duo in the mixed doubles competition.
Fanny won her first ITF professional tournament in Romania in May 2015.
At the 2015 Grand Slam tournaments, Fanny reached the quarterfinals in singles in the junior girl’s competition.
Similarly, she was eliminated in the third round at Wimbledon and started as the 11th seed at the U.S. Open and reached the semifinals.
She was defeated by her old rival, Sofia Kenin.
In July 2015, Fanny and Dalma Galfi won the junior girls’ competition at the Wimbledon tennis championship and made history in the sport by being the first purely Hungarian couple to win the trophy.
Because of her wrist injury and the Coronavirus pandemic, she was on a forced break in 2021. In March, she, together with Maria Sanchez, entered the doubles competition of the WTA 250 tournament in Guadalajara.
They reached the semifinals and lost the final set to the Australian pair.
In August, she reached the finals in a $25,000 tournament in Ourense, Spain.
Two months later, she underwent wrist surgery in October, so she did not compete the rest of the season.
After a few months away from the game, she slowly returned to form.
At the end of June, she reached the finals of the $25,000 tournament held in Israel.
The following week she won the $25,000 doubles tournament in Palma del Rio, Spain.
Fanny Stollar | Net Worth & Endorsements
While there is no exact figure of her net worth available, according to some sources, Fanny is worth somewhere between $1 and $5 million.
To date, she has won $407,601 in prize money, and the rest of her fortune can be attributed to brand deals.
Tennis players earn a boatload of money through lucrative endorsement deals with top-tier companies and brands. In fact, they make more money from brand deals than prize money.
In Fanny’s case, she has a deal with Nike and Wilson racquets. Even though none of the sources have revealed the total worth of these deals, we presume it is worth at least a million dollars.
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Fanny Stollar | Relationships, Personal Life & Social Media Presence
Fanny is quite a private person. However, she has shared some clues to let her admirers know that she is in a relationship.
In June 2022, she shared a blurry picture of herself kissing a guy in Vienna, Austria. She did not mention any name or caption on her post, but her post went viral, and her fans flooded the post with comments.
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Aside from that, she has shared her pet dog’s pictures on her Instagram. And from the look of it, her Pomeranian’s name is Nala.
Moreover, Fanny loves taking vacations. Along with her workout reels, she shares her travel pictures on the platform, where she has over 124k followers.
Similarly, her Facebook has more than 116k followers.
- Fanny was eliminated in the 1st round of the qualifiers in singles at Wimbledon in 2018.
- She did not start well in the 2019 season because she had to cancel her participation in the WTA tournament in Brisbane due to an injury.
- The 2019 season was a year of decline for Fanny, ending the year in 323rd place.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
What is Fanny Stollar’s current ranking?
Fanny currently ranks 135 in the world ranking.
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