Samantha Stosur Biography
Samantha Stosur is an Australian tennis player who ranked as the No. 1 Australian player for 450 consecutive weeks. She is also a former world No. 1 in doubles and No. 4 in singles. She was born to father, Tony, and mother, Diane and grew up along with her siblings, Dominic and Daniel in Brisbane, Queensland. She attended Queensland Academy of Sport under Geoff Masters at the age of 14, and at the age of 16, Samantha joined the Australian Institute of Sports tennis program. Regarding her ethnicity, she is white and holds an Australian Nationality.
After getting training from the Queensland Academy and Australian Institute of Sport, Samantha played her first professional tennis in 1999 on the ITF women's circuit. She made her debut on the WTA tour in 2000. She won her first WTA singles match in 2003.
She won 2011 US Open and became the first Australian women since 1980 to win a Grand Slam singles tournament, defeating Serena Williams. Besides, She also won Wimbledon Championship in 2008, and Wimbledon Championships in mixed doubles in 2014.
Stosur muscular arms, biceps and muscular body has raised several questions pointing towards her sexuality. Further, she hasn't been seen with any men so far but is a close friend of Lisa who is also a tennis player and an openly lesbian. Lisa and Samantha's closeness has created an illusion among her fans and has generated rumors that they are dating each other. However, the rumor has not yet been verified. Apart from these rumors, the is no reported affairs or relationship regarding Samantha.
Born in Australia.
Samantha Stosur was born on 30th March 1984 in Australia. She is the daughter of father, Tony, and mother, Diane. She also has two brothers named as Dominic and Daniel.Edit
Starting Tennis training.
Samantha Stosur started her career at the age of 14. Firstly, she enrolled at the Queensland Academy and later joined Australian Institute of Sports at the age of 16.Edit
Played her first Professional game.
After getting trained at Queensland Samantha Stosur and Australian Institute of Sport, Samantha Stosur played her first professional tennis game in 1999 on the ITF women's circuit.Edit
Won 2011 US Open.
In the year 2011, Samantha Stosur won US Open after defeating Serena Williams. She becomes the first Australian women since Evonne Goolagong Cawley in 1980 to win a Grand Slam Singles Tournament.Edit
Samantha Stosur has earned wide recognition and fame from her tennis career. She has made a huge amount of money from her career and her current Net worth is estimated to be around $18 Million.Edit