How old is Mirra Andreeva?

Last Modified Jul 3, 2024 05:23 GMT
How old is Mirra Andreeva?
Mirra Andreeva at the Championships - Wimbledon 2023


Mirra Andreeva is a Russian tennis player who is ranked No. 23 in singles as of July 2024. She turned professional in 2022 and rose to fame after her performances at the 2023 Madrid Masters. At the 2023 Madrid Open, Andreeva followed up her opening-round win over Leylah Fernandez by defeating two seeded players, Beatriz Haddad Maia and Magda Linette, in the next two rounds. She became the third youngest women's player to win a WTA 1000 match, following CiCi Bellis and Coco Gauff.


Andreeva's best performance in grand slam singles came in the 2024 French Open, where she reached the quarterfinal, defeating Aryna Sabalenka en route. At the 2024 Australian Open, she defeated No. 6 Ons Jabeur 6-0 6-2 in the second round. As a result, she became the youngest player in the Open Era to hand a bagel to a top-10 player at a Grand Slam.


Mirra Andreeva Age

Mirra Andreeva is 17 years old. She was born on April 29, 2007, in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Andreeva made her major debut at the 2023 French Open, where she reached the third round before turning 17 years old. In the third round, she lost to Coco Gauff in three sets. At the 2024 French Open, she registered her best major performance, reaching the semifinal, where she defeated Aryna Sabalenka in the quarterfinal.


How tall is Mirra Andreeva?

Mirra Andreeva is 175 cm or 5 feet 9 inches tall. She is a right-handed player whose style of play has been compared with Ons Jabeur. She has a powerful backhand and likes to use the drop shot.


When did Mirra Andreeva turn pro?

Mirra Andree­va turned profe­ssional in 2022. She made her debut at the 2022 Jasmin Open, where she lost in the first round to Anastasia Potapova in three sets. She made her WTA 1000 debut when she was 15, at the Madrid Open, where she defeated Leylah Fernandez in the first round.

FAQs

A. Mirra Andreeva lives in Cannes, France.

A. Mirra Andreeva turned pro in 2022.

A. Mirra Andreeva is currently ranked No. 23 by the WTA.

A. According to the WTA website, Andreeva has won $2,027,163 in prize money till date.

A. Mirra Andreeva has not won a Grand Slam title as of January 2024.

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