Alex de Minaur and Katie Boulter are tennis’s newest power couple.
Boulter is a professional tennis player from the United Kingdom, like de Minaur. She is three years older than the Australian, at 25 years old. She is a regular on the Challenger circuit and is rated around 150 in the WTA rankings.
On February 17, 1999, Alex de Minaur, an Australian international tennis player, was born. He reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 15 on June 28, 2021, and a career-high ATP doubles ranking of No. 58 on October 12, 2020.
Katie Boulter is the current girlfriend of Alex de Minaur, a young Australian tennis star. Boulter, like her boyfriend, is a professional tennis player. On the ITF Women’s Circuit, the British player has won six singles and four doubles titles. Boulter e got her highest singles rating of international No. 82 on February 18, 2019.
How Did Alex de Minaur and Katie Boulter Meet?
De Minaur and Boulter, a tennis power couple, began dating in March 2020. On their first anniversary in March 2021, they declared their relationship to the public via a social media post. The two have similar professions and interests, which helps to fuel their bond.
Spring is in the air, and the pro circuit is blooming with romance.
Alex de Minaur honored his leading lady, WTA star Katie Boulter, on International Women’s Day. With this Instagram post, the 22-year-old Australian announced his connection with the 24-year-old Briton.
De Minaur’s Instagram post comes after weeks of rumors about the couple’s whereabouts in Australia. They’ve recently rallied in Instagram comments.
“Goes for a walk merely to capture a picture,” de Minaur said in response to Boulter’s post.
During the Australian Open, de Minaur wrote his girlfriend’s initials, “KT,” on the camera lens to commemorate his straight-sets second-round victory.
This beautiful young star affair has been beneficial to both of their careers.
In the Antalya season-opening, the 23-year-old de Minaur defeated David Goffin and Alexander Bublik in a row to capture his fourth career title. Boulter won the Gippsland Trophy Australian Open warm-up competition at Melbourne Park, defeating Coco Gauff and taking a set from Naomi Osaka.
Katie Boulter is a British tennis player who was born on August 1, 1996.
On the ITF Women’s Circuit, Boulter, from Woodhouse Eaves, has won six solos and four pairs titles. She attained her highest singles level of world No. 82 on February 18, 2019. She was ranked No. 431 in the doubles rankings on December 31, 2018.
In March 2014, Boulter was ranked as the world’s No. 10 junior tennis player. She is coached by Jeremy Bates, Nigel Sears, and Mark Taylor at the Lawn Tennis Association’s National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.
Boulter began the 2019 season in Hobart, Tasmania, where she was unable to qualify after losing in three sets against Greet Minnen. The Australian Open was her next tournament. She defeated Ekaterina Makarova in three sets, including the first third-set tiebreak in the Australian Open, which she won 10–6.
Her streak came to an end in the second round, as she was defeated in straight sets by Aryna Sabalenka. The St. Petersburg Ladies’ Trophy was her next competition, and she qualified by defeating Bernarda Pera, Katarina Zavatska, and Ysaline Bonaventure.
She then went on to lose in three sets to Ekaterina Alexandrova. She defeated Conny Perrin in straight sets at the Mexican Open before losing to sixth seed Sofia Kenin. Starting as the sixth qualifying seed at the Miami Open, She was defeated in straight sets by Marie Bouzková.
She was ranked 100th at the end of the year.