Wang Qiang

Wang Qiang is a Chinese professional tennis player.

Wang Qiang is a Chinese professional tennis player. As a professional tennis player, she has won two singles titles on the WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) Tour, one singles title on the WTA 125K series, and 13 singles titles and one doubles titles on the ITF Tour. She reached her best singles ranking of World No. 12 in September 2019. She was previously coached by former Australian tennis player Peter McNamara. Thomas Drouet has been coaching her since 2019.

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What is Wang Qiang For?

  • Second-highest ranked Chinese tennis player in history.

Source: @wta

Where was Wang Qiang Born?

Wang Qiang was born on January 14, 1992. Her birth place is in Tianjin in China. She holds Chinese nationality. She grew up in Tianjin. She was born to a father Wang Tielian. Information about her mother and siblings will be updated soon. She belongs to Asian ethnicity. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn. She started playing tennis at a very young age.

Wang Qiang Career Timeline

In 2001, Wang started playing tennis when she was nine.

The same year, she became the promotion player for the Tianjin National Tennis Center.

Wang won the Junior’s Tennis Championship in China in 2006. She won the Junior Tennis Championship for the second consecutive time in 2007.

Wang turned professional in 2006.

In 2007, she officially started touring the ITF Women’s Circuit in Japan.

Wang’s career-first biggest win came at the 2013 Malaysian Open, where she defeated the top seed ranking at World No. 10 Caroline Wozniacki in the first round.

Source: @chinadaily

Wang made her Grand Slam debut at the 2014 US Open.

She lost to Australian Casey Dellaqua in the second round.

The year 2018 has become quite a busy and successful year for Wang.

She won a gold medal in singles at the Asian Games.

Wang won her first WTA tour title in July 2018 in Asian Swing at Jiangxi.

She won her second WTA title in September at Guangzhou in the same year.

Following her win in Guangzhou, Wang reached a new career-high ranking. She reached World No. 34.

With her new career-ranking, she replaced Zhang Shuai to become the highest-ranked Chinese player.

Her performance in that tournament achieved her a new career-high ranking of No. 28. She also became the first-ever Chinese player to reach the semifinals at the tournament.

She withdrew from semifinals of the Premier-5 tournament in Wuhan due to injury.

Se reached a new career-high ranking of No. 24 after reaching the semifinals at the China Open in 2017.

She reached a new career-high ranking of No. 22 after reaching the final in Hong Kong in 2018.

She ended the 2018 year reaching a career-high ranking of No. 20.

In 2019, she reached the fourth round at Indian Wells, quarterfinals at a Premier Mandatory event in Miami, quarterfinals at the Prague Open.

She lost to Elise Mertens in the third round at the 2019 Wimbledon.

She reached the 2019 US Open quarterfinals, becoming the fifth Chinese player to reach a Grand Slam singles quarterfinals.

Following her performance at the 2019 US Open, she reached the new career-high ranking of No. 12. She became the second-highest ranked Chinese player.

She defeated Serena Williams in the third round of the 2020 Australian Open.


Who is Wang Qiang Dating?

Wang Qiang is unmarried but reportedly not single. She is reportedly dating tennis player Zhou Xin Mu. The two attended the 2019 WTA Shenzhen Open Tennis Tournament party together in 2019. The couple was seen holding hands in the video captured. She likes keeping her personal life away from the limelight. She has not posted about her love life on her social media handles. Any development of her relationship status will be updated soon.

She lives in her birth town, Tianjin.

How tall is Wang Qiang?

Wang Qiang stands at a height of 1.72 m i.e. 5 feet and 8 inches tall. She has an athletic body build. She has a body weight of 60 kg. As a professional athlete, she has maintained her body perfectly well.

What is Wang Qiang Net Worth?

Wang Qiang earns from her professional tennis career. Her major income comes from winning prize money, endorsements, sponsorships, and contracts. As the year 2019 ended, she has earned prize money of $4,367,930. Her net worth will be updated soon.

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