Simone Bolelli And Wife Ximena Fleitas Have Been Married Over A Decade

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Simone Bolelli is married to Ximena Fleitas. Bolelli’s wife is his greatest supporter.

Simone Bolelli is an Italian professional tennis player who is a Grand Slam champion.

He started playing tennis at the tender age of 7 in Bologna and has been playing ever since. Growing up, the Italian player admired Stefan Edberg and Patrick Rafter.

Playing professionally, Bolelli reached his first ITF Futures tournament semifinal at Egypt F1.

Simone Bolelli, An Italian Professional Tennis Player
Simone Bolelli, An Italian Professional Tennis Player (Source: Sports Illustrated)

He made his ATP debut in 2006 and his singles Grand Slam debut at the 2007 French Open.

Simone achieved his highest career doubles ranking, No. 8, on August 17, 2015, but his ranking has plunged as his current ranking is No. 45.

He also won the 2015 Australian Open doubles with Fabio Fognini, becoming the first all-Italian men’s pair to win a major title in the Open Era.

The Italian tennis player has won 11 titles in doubles, including the Emilia-Romagna Open and Dubai Tennis Championships.

Simone Bolelli Wife Ximena Fleitas

Simone Bolelli is married to Ximena Fleitas. The pair tied the knot on August 5, 2009.

Ximena was born in Uruguay, and she seems to be a very private person and limits her personal information to a bare minimum.

Simone Bolelli With His Wife Ximena Fleitas
Simone Bolelli With His Wife Ximena Fleitas (Source: Instagram)

Only few things are known about Simone Bolelli’s wife and that too is the courtesy of the tennis player.

Often times, Bolelli posts his wife on his Instagram, giving the fans the glimpse of his happy life with his wife.

As per Fleitas’ Instagram bio, she is a dog lover, and the pair owns a dog.

Simone and Ximena have been married for 14 years, and still, their love hasn’t faded.

Bolelli And Fognini Reunited

A decade after Simone Bolelli and Fabio Fobnini lifted the Argentina Open title for the first time, they reunited at the 2023 Argentina Open.

This time also, the results were no different. En route to the championship, they eliminated Brazilian Marcelo Demoliner and Andrea Vavassori before facing Nicolas Barrientos and Ariel Behar.

The Italian duo cruised to a 6-2, 6-4 final victory, lifting the trophy for the second time.

Moreover, in 2015, they won their maiden Grand Slam trophy at the Australian Open.

Simone Bolelli Career Earnings

In Bolelli’s first year in ATP, he recorded 2 wins and 4 losses and bagged $16,375.

His earnings were considerably less until 2011, but after showcasing an impressive game play and registering 22 wins with two titles and 6 losses, he garnered $126,598.

In 2015, he had 29-19 (win-loss) with 2 titles, and he pocked a hefty sum of $626,402.

In 2021, Simone won three titles and earned $317,703, followed by $379,034 in 2022.

The Italian tennis player has already bagged $138,862 within just few months into the 2023.

According to ATP Tour, Simone Bolelli’s career earnings is a whopping sum of $2,448,644 as of June 1, 2023.

[Note: All the earnings are from his prize money won in doubles]


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