Dayana Yastremska is a professional tennis player from Ukraine. Moreover, Dayana Yastremska is a WTA Tour player presently ranked No. 21 worldwide as of August 2021. She has three WTA championships to her name.
Table of Biography
Dayana Oleksandrivna Yastremska best known as Dayana Yastremska was born on the 15th of May 2000, in Odesa, Ukraine. According to her birth date, this tennis player is 22 years old and holds Ukrainian nationality.
Moreover, she has a zodiac sign of Taurus and believes in Christianity. She is the daughter of Alexander Yastremsky (father) and Marina Yastremsky (mother). In addition, she grew up with her sister whose name is Ivanna.
Talking about her academic career, Yastremska has not shared information regarding her educational qualification. Moreover, it looks like she is well-educated and might have earned a degree from a well-known university in Ukraine.
Junior Year Career
Dayana Yastremska began playing tennis at a young age. Moreover, she tried gymnastics and swimming before settling on tennis at the age of 12. Moreover, she competed in her first tournament when she was just seven years old.
Likewise, she finished second in the 12-and-under Junior Orange Bowl as a junior in 2012. At the age of 13, this tennis player made her ITF Junior Circuit debut in March 2014. In November 2014, she won her first championship at a grade 4 tournament.
Later, in August 2015, she won a Grade 2 championship, and in October 2015, she made her highest-level Grade A tournament debut, reaching the quarterfinals of the Osaka Mayor’s Cup in Japan. She made her junior Grand Slam debut at the 2016 Australian Open, reaching the quarterfinals in singles.
In doubles, she reached the finals. She won her first Grade A championship with partner Panna Udvardy. After being runner-up at Wimbledon, she achieved a career-high junior ranking of No. 6 in the world.
Dayana Yastremska – Net Worth 2023
This professional tennis player has earned a huge sum of money from her profession. As of 2022, her net worth is over $2 million and her income comes from prize money, contracts, and endorsements.
In 2015, she turned professional and began playing on the ITF Women’s Circuit. She advanced to the semifinals of a $10k event in Sharm El Sheikh. In March 2016, she won her first ITF title in a $25k event in Campinas, Brazil. At the age of 15, this player made her WTA main draw debut at the Istanbul Cup.
She was eliminated in the first round. In 2017, this tennis player won her first WTA main draw match at the Istanbul Cup. Later, in September 2017, she won an ITF $60K championship at the Ladies Open Dunakeszi.
In 2017, she advanced to the finals of the $100k Neva Cup. In 2017, Yastremska won three ITF doubles championships. Moreover, Yastremska made her Top 100 debut at the age of 18 after winning the $60K Torneo Internazionale Femminile Antico Tiro a Volo. In October 2018, this player won her first WTA championship at the Hong Kong Tennis Open.
She won her first top-20 match against No. 13 Garbine Muguruza. At the end of 2018, she was ranked 57th. In 2019, she won her second WTA championship at the Hua Hin Championships.
Later, in the final, she defeated Ajla Tomljanovic. In May 2019, she won her third WTA championship at the Internationaux de Strasbourg. She defeated No. 2 Karolina Pliskova to earn her first career top-ten victory. Moreover, she finished 2019 with a career-high ranking of No. 22.
In 2020, she reached the final of the Premier-level Adelaide International, where she was defeated by Ashleigh Barty. She represented Ukraine in the Fed Cup in 2020 before the game was suspended due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Later, she was banned from competing in the spring of 2021 after testing positive for mesterolone. In June 2021, the International Tennis Federation ruled that Yastremska was not to fault for the favorable result.
In 2021, she return and compete in the Hamburg Open. She reached the quarterfinals of the Courmayeur Ladies Open in a rematch versus Paolini after losing in the opening round of the Kremlin Cup.
Yastremska finished her season with a rematch and defeat against Paolini at the Upper Austria Ladies Linz. She completed the year rated 97th out of 100. In 2022, she was knocked out in the first round of qualification at the Melbourne Summer Set 1 and the main draw at the Adelaide International 2.
Her trip to Australia ended in retirement in the first round of the Australian Open against Madison Brengle. After the Australian Open, her WTA ranking plummeted to 150.
Yastremska made her Fed Cup debut for Ukraine in the 2019 Fed Cup. The team was tied in a third-place play-off for Europe/Africa Zone Group I against the host country Poland.
Despite her victory over Iga Swiatek in the second singles rubber, Ukraine lost the tie after failing to win either the first singles rubber or the deciding doubles match, which ended in a third-set tiebreak.
In her professional tennis career, she has won several tournaments and games. But, she has not yet earned major awards and recognition in her professional career and we may presume that she might earn some of them in the following years.
This tennis player has endorsed Yonex for clothing, apparel, and rackets since 2019. Moreover, in past, she endorsed Nike.
As of now, this tennis player is unmarried and single. She previously dated a man whose name is unknown. A newspaper said that while Yastremeska was facing doping allegations, she ordered her then-boyfriend to testify that she got mesterolone in her body through sexual intercourse. Currently, she is mainly focused on her career.
Yastremeska stands 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs around 63 kg. Moreover, she has blue eyes with blonde hair color and she has an athletic body type.
Dayana Yastremska – Social Media
On her Instagram page, there are more than 145k followers. Likewise, there are more than 25.5k followers on Twitter and more than 20k followers on Facebook.