Katie Boulter upcoming female tennis star
Born in 1996 in Leicester, Katie Boulter is a British tennis player. Boulter was ranked the No. 10 junior tennis player in the world in 2014. She has taken coaching from Jeremy Bates, Nigel Sears, and Mark Taylor. As a tennis player, Boulter is based at the Lawn Tennis Association’s National Tennis Centre in Roehampton. Boulter has won five singles and four doubles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit.
Katie Boulter the early years
Katie Boulter began playing tennis at the age of 5 and following in the path of Anna Kournikova, she showed her young talent in 2008, winning Lemon Bowl in Rome at 11. She played her first professional events of career on ITF Circuit in Great Britain. Then reached the final at Junior Orange Bowl Tennis Championships in Coral Gables, Florida in 2011. She was also awarded the Aegon Junior Player Award that year.
Katie continued to play on ITF Circuit and won one doubles title on ITF Circuit in 2013. Winning the competition, Claiming her first senior doubles title at a $10,000 event in Sharm el-Sheikh in November.
Katie Boulter – Chronic Fatigue syndrome diagnosis
In 2014, Katie stood as finalist at the Australian Open girls’ doubles event with Ivana Jorović. She also won her first senior singles title against fellow Briton Eden Silva in Sharm el-Sheikh. At the same event, she partnered Nina Stojanović, to whom she had lost a previous final in singles. And with her partner, Boulter also won the doubles title in that competition. But soon after she fell foul in Wimbledon qualifying, losing in the first round to Italian Alberta Brianti. That year she was runner-up in Australian Open junior doubles.
In 2015, Boulter was out for the majority of contests after being diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She fell in qualifying on three occasions including Wimbledon but won one singles title on ITF Circuit in 2016.
Awesome Beauty Katie, struggling to find form
At the following year, Boulter was ranked the first Top 200 in the world, finishing at No.199. She fell 1st round once at Wimbledon losing to Christine McHale in 2017. Also, she faced defeat in qualifying twice including the US Open. She also won one singles title on ITF Circuit in the same year.
Continuing her career, Boulter reached quarterfinal twice at Nottingham and Tianjin but lost to Ashleigh Barty and Karolína Plíšková in sequence in 2018. In April, she claimed her first $25,000 singles title at the event in Óbidos. Next month, Boulter then won a further singles title at the $60,000 event in Fukuoka, Japan. She received a wildcard into the Wimbledon main draw, where she won her first-round match over Veronica Cepede Royg. Unfortunately losing to top japanese player Naomi Osaka in the second round in straight sets. On 31 December 2018, she peaked at No. 431 in the doubles rankings.
Following her athletic career, Beauty Katie found her best singles ranking of world No. 82 on 18 February 2019. That year, Katie reached 2nd round once at the Australian Open but lost to Aryna Sabalenka. She also fell in the 1st round once and in qualifying three times in the year. She was suffering from a stress fracture in her back which forced her out for much of the year. Due to Covid 19 Katie has not had a chance to continue playing. But looks forward to getting back on to the circuit and improve her form once more. We wish Katie all the best, The tennis babe is one to watch for the future.