Astra Sharma Family and Parents – Astra Sharma is an Australian professional tennis player won one singles title and two doubles titles on the WTA Tour know all about her in this Blog.
Astra Sharma Biography
|Birthdate||11 September 1995|
|Age (as of 2022)||26 years|
|Place of Birth||Singapore|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Education||Applecross Senior High School|
|Profession||Australian tennis player|
Astra Sharma is an Australian professional tennis player. She has career-high WTA rankings of 85 in singles and of 115 in doubles, achieved in June and July 2019, respectively. Sharma has won one singles title and two doubles titles on the WTA Tour, as well as seven singles and four doubles titles on the ITF Circuit.
In December 2017, she won the Australian Open Wildcard Playoff alongside Belinda Woolcock, their main-draw entry into the 2018 Australian Open.The highlight of her career came in the 2019 Australian Open, when she and fellow Australian John-Patrick Smith reached the final of the mixed-doubles competition, after receiving a wildcard to enter.
Astra Sharma Family, Parents
Sharma’s father, Devdutt Sharma, is a Singaporean Indian with roots from Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Northern India.He was a high jumper.He attended Raffles Institution and National University of Singapore.He worked as an acoustic engineer.Astra’s mother, Susan Tan, is a Singaporean Chinese. She was a sprinter from CHIJ Saint Theresa’s Convent.Astra, named after the Astras wielded by the Hindu gods, has a younger brother Ashwin who also went into a tennis career.
Astra was born and raised in Singapore, before her parents emigrated to Perth, Western Australia in 2005, when she was ten years old.She attended Applecross Senior High School.As a junior, she did some of her training at Bullcreek Tennis Club, located near Willeton.
Astra Sharma Husband, Is Astra Sharma Married
Astra Sharma is not Married yet.And there is no any information is available on social media sbout her relationship and dating status on.Currently she seems single.
Astra Sharma Net Worth
Astra Sharma is an Australian professional tennis player has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.
Astra Sharma Salary
Astra Sharma current salary is US$ 855,507 USD.She has won the Prize Money of US$ 1,153,014 as per wikipedia.Sharma won the $25k singles and doubles at Irapuato, Mexico.
Astra Sharma Partner
Sharma commenced 2020, losing in the singles and doubles first rounds of both Hobart International and Australian Open. For the mixed doubles, she partnered with JP Smith again, and they reached the semifinals in Melbourne.
After qualifying at Kargoorlie, Sharma made her ITF debut in October 2011. Sharma only competed in four tournaments in 2012, none of which he won. In March 2013, she advanced to the quarterfinals of an ITF doubles event in Sydney. She qualified for three events around the United States in 2014, making the main draw in only one of them, where she lost in the first round.
Sharma competed in only three ITF Circuit tournaments in 2015, all of which he finished in the quarterfinals or better. At July 2015, she won her first title in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. Sharma finished the season ranked 787th in singles. She was also awarded a scholarship to Vanderbilt University, where she was named to the 2014 SEC All-Freshman team and went on to win the 2017 SEC Player of the Year award.
Sharma qualified for the Australian Open in January 2019 and beat fellow Australian Priscilla Hon in the first round before falling in the second round.
She and John-Patrick Smith advanced to the final of mixed doubles after defeating the second seed combination of Bruno Soares and Nicole Melichar in the semifinals, but fell to the third seed pair of Barbora Krejková and Rajeev Ram in the final.
Sharma won the $25k singles and doubles tournaments at Irapuato, Mexico, in March. Sharma lost to Amanda Anisimova in the Copa Colsanitas final in April, her maiden WTA Tour final. She qualified for the Strasbourg International in May and advanced to the second round, before losing in the first round of the French Open.
Sharma competed in qualifying events all across Europe during the grass-court season, losing in the first round of Wimbledon. She travelled to North America in August and qualified for Cincinnati. Sharma was eliminated in the first round of the US Open. She finished the year ranked 108 in singles and 136 in doubles.
Sharma began 2020 by losing in the opening rounds of both the Hobart International and the Australian Open in singles and doubles. She teamed up with JP Smith again for mixed doubles, and the two advanced to the semifinals in Melbourne.
Sharma made it to the second round of the Monterrey Open and the quarterfinals of the ITF event in Irapuato, Mexico, in March before the circuit was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sharma was knocked out of the US Open in the first round by Dayana Yastremska, the 19th seed, in a third-set tie-breaker. She qualified for the French Open and advanced to the second round.