Virginia Wade spent her childhood in South-Africa, there she also started to play tennis. After 14 years in South-Africa, her family returned back to England.
Wade attended Talbot Health School and Tunbridge Wells Girl’s Grammer School and finally graduated from Sussex University. As Wade was passionate in tennis since her childhood, she decided to make it her profession.
At the age of 16, Virginia started her career as a tennis player, playing for Wimbledon County Girl’s Grammer School. During her time in that school, Wade won 55 professional singles championship along with Margaret Smith Court.
In addition to her career, she got an award for "the officer of the Order of the British Empire" and until now, also she is the last British player to win the tournament.
Besides sports life, Wade worked as a reporter on BBC’s events for tennis. Notably, she is the very first woman, who elected to the Wimbledon Committee.
Citizen of the Great Britain, Virginia's personal life is a mystery, as she keeps her personal matters secretly. Presently, she is single and she has never spotted with any boyfriends.
It seems that she is very focused on her career and that might be the reason she never spotted with any man.She holds a Britsih nationality.
Former professional sports person Wade earns the decent amount of salary from her professional career as a reporter, endorsement as well as from the games. Although the exact figure of net worth has not revealed yet, the total prize money she won in her tennis career is $1,542,278.