Sorana Cirstea's Ex-Boyfriend

NameSorana Cirstea
Source of IncomeTennis
Estimated Wealth$5 million
Age32 Years
Popular EndorsementsYonex and New Balance
CitizenshipRomania
ResidenceTargoviste, Romania


Sorana Cirstea's ex-boyfriend is Santiago Giraldo. She was born on April 7, 1990, in Bucharest, Romania to parents Mihai Cirstea and Liliana Cirstea and she also has a younger brother, Mihnea. It's fair to say that she was successful in her junior career, as the Romanian tennis player was ranked no. 6 by the ITF Junior Circuit in 2006. Later that year, she decided to turn professional.



Just after a year of turning pro, Sorana Cirstea won two WTA titles. In 2009, she reached the quarter-finals of the French Open, where she was turned down by Samantha Stosur. In August 2013, Sorana Cirstea reached her best-ever WTA ranking which was 23. But after the heroic display in the 2009 Roland Garros, Sorana Cirstea has failed to reach the top 8 in any Grand Slam afterwards.


Who is Sorana Cirstea's ex-boyfriend, Santiago Giraldo?

Santiago Giraldo is the ex-boyfriend of Romanian tennis professional Sorana Cirstea. The couple started dating in 2014 but because things went south, the couple eventually decided to part ways in 2017 after three years of dating.

Santiago Giraldo Salazar was born on November 27, 1987, in Pereira, Colombia to parents Elsa Giraldo and Eduardo Giraldo. He also has a sibling and his name is Carmina Giraldo.He stands 6 feet and 2 inches tall while his ex-girlfriend, Sorana Cirstea is 5 feet and 9 inches tall.

What is Sorana Cirstea's ex-boyfriend - Santiago Giraldo's net worth?

Santiago Giraldo is a retired professional tennis player who used to represent Columbia in the Davis Cup competitions. He's also the highest-ranked player in the history of Columbia. He achieved the peak when he was ranked 28 by the Association of Tennis Professionals in September 2014 in singles and 77 in doubles on June 8, 2015. Although Giraldo failed to win an ATP title in his professional career, he defeated former no. 1 players such as Andy Murray and Lleyton Hewitt. His net worth is estimated to be around $4 million.

On the other hand, his ex-girlfriend Sorana Cirstea has a total net worth of $5 million. She used the Yonex EZONE 100 racquet which directly means that she's sponsored by Yonex for racquets. Earlier in her career, she used to work with Adidas but now she's endorsed by New Balance.

What does Santiago Giraldo do for a living?


Santiago Giraldo was really interested in tennis from a very early age and he started playing tennis when he was really young. He turned professional in 2004 and then, he went on to have a 14-year-long successful career in professional tennis. Throughout his career, he defeated legends such as Lleyton Hewitt, Juan Carlos Ferrero, and Andy Murray. Not only that, but the Columbia Professional also defeated talented and renowned professionals such as Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Kei Nishikori, Marin Cilic, Milos Raonic, Dominic Thiem, Gilles Simon, Jürgen Melzer, Rainer Schüttler, Tommy Robredo, Janko Tipsarević, and Nicolás Lapentti.

Santiago Giraldo Social Media

Santiago Giraldo uses Instagram and his username is @santigiraldosg. The retired tennis player has around 25k followers on his public Instagram account.

Sorana Cirstea and Santiago Giraldo's pictures


POZA ZILEI, 15 februarie 2016: Sorana Cîrstea și iubitul ei, Santiago  Giraldo, la players party în Rio de Janeiro – Tenis, tenis, tenis

FOTO: Sorana Cîrstea a început vacanța, alături de Santiago Giraldo –  Tenis, tenis, tenis

How long did Sorana Cirstea and Santiago Giraldo date?

Sorana Cirstea and Santiago Giraldo started dating in 2014. The couple met through tennis. Both used to attend each other's matches regularly. They also loved traveling and they used to visit various destinations. But after three years of being in love, they decided to split. They eventually broke up and moved on in separate ways. Since then, there are no rumors of either Cirstea or Giraldo dating.

Santiago Giraldo Career

Santiago Giraldo is a former professional tennis player, and he's the most successful Colombian tennis player in history. He has been ranked among the top 30 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) in 2014, which has not been done by any other Columbian tennis professional in history. Giraldo also became the youngest player in his country to be ranked by the ATP, getting his first point with the ITF Futures tournament in Medellín in 2003, at the age of 15. But he decided to retire in 2021.