Leylah Fernandez is one of the growing tennis players who has already nailed her name in the top 100 list by WTA. September 6, 2002, born
reached her highest career ranking of world no .14 on 11 July 2022.
Leylah Fernandez won her first WTA Tour title at the 2021 Monterrey Open. In the 2021 US Open final as a 19-year-old, she finished runner-up to Emma Raducanu.
In her junior career, as a 16-year-old, Fernandez competed in the 2019 Australian Open girls' singles final, where she was defeated by top-seeded Clara Tauson.
Fernandez became the first Canadian woman to win the French Open final, defeating Emma Navarro.
|Source of Income||Tennis|
|Estimated wealth||$1 million USD|
|Endorsements||Lululemon and Babolat|
|Prize Money||$ 3,024,026|
|Residence||Boynton Beach, Florida|
Leylah Fernandez's personal life
Leylah Annie Fernandez, who goes by Leylah Fernandez, was born in Montreal, Quebec, on September 6, 2002. Her father Jorge is from Ecuador, while her mother Irene is a Filipino Canadian. Her younger sister Bianca is also a tennis player. Leylah is the second child of Leylah's parents, who support their girls' interest in pursuing a career in sports.
The young spirit started playing tennis at the age of five and began competing when she was 10. Apart from tennis, Fernandez had a penchant for other sports too, participating in track and field, football, and volleyball.
Who are Leylah Fernandez’s Parents
Leylah Fernandez was born to Jorge and Irene Fernandez on September 6,2002. The couple has three daughters. Jorge Fernandez was born in Ecuador and later moved to Canada with his family at the age of 4. He is a professional soccer player and represented Ecuador in international matches.
Being an athlete by himself, Jorge Fernandez started coaching her little daughter and continues coaching her thus far. Her mother, Irene Fernandez is was born in Canada but inherits a Philippine family.