Kim Clijsters Net Worth
Kim Clijsters's Net Worth is 20 Million
Kim Clijsters is a little girl of Els Vandecaetsbeek, a previous national aerobatic champion, and Lei Clijsters, a previous global footballer. Clijsters was bound to play don, and at 11 years old, she turned into the Belgian junior tennis champion. In the lesser dispute, Kim and Jelena Dokic won the French Open title in the wake of vanquishing Elena Dementieva and Nadia Petrova in 1998.
She handed proficient over 1999 and in September that year, Clijsters won her first WTA title at the Fortis Championships Luxembourg, against countryman Dominique Monamiin straight sets.
In 2000, Kim was successful at Moorilla Hobart International, Hobart, Australia and Sparkassen Cup, Leipzig, Germany, while the next year, she lost in the French Open last to Jennifer Capriati, 6-1 4-6 10-12. Be that as it may, that misfortune didn’t falter Clijsters, and she won three competitions before the finish of 2001, incorporating her second in both Luxembourg and Leipzig.
The following season was extremely effective for Kim, as she vanquished Venus Williams in three sets at the WTA Hamburg, Germany, and afterward beat the other sister, Serena, in straight sets at the WTA Tour Championships, Los Angeles, US.
In spite of the fact that she neglected to win a Grand Slam title in 2003, Clijsters achieved 14 finals, winning nine of them. Kim was superior to Lindsay Davenport at the Pacific Life Open, Indian Wells, US, and beat Amelie Mauresmo in most extreme sets at Telecom Italia Masters, Rome, Italy. Her countryman Justine Henin halted her in the Rolland Garros and Flashing Meadows finals, yet Kim figured out how to protect the WTA Tour Championship title with a major 6-2 6-0 triumph over Mauresmo. In August 2003, Clijsters turned into the world’s No.1 without precedent for her vocation and the following two seasons were far and away superior.
Subsequent to including two more titles in 2004, Clijsters won in each of nine finals she played in 2005, including the US Open against Mary Pierce, her first Grand Slam title in singles.
Prior to her retirement in 2007, Kim played in seven WTA finals, winning her third trophy in Stanford, and second in Sydney. Clijsters chose to resign after the 2007 season, however, returned at the US Open in 2009 and supernaturally won the title, overcoming Caroline Wozniacki in two sets, 7-5 6-3.
Kim kept on playing, however deliberately picked the competitions she took part in, so in 2010 she had five triumphs in five finals, winning in Brisbane, Miami, and Cincinnati, and afterward at the US Open for the third time in her vocation, and furthermore at the WTA Tour Championships.
These triumphs helped Clijsters to expand her total assets essentially, and by and by, she considered retirement. Notwithstanding, the Belgian player influenced it to three To WTA finals in 2011, winning the Australian Open out of the blue, because of a 3 6-3 6-3 prevail upon Li Na. Kim’s last singles match of her profession was in the second round of the US Open in 2012 when she endured a thrashing to Laura Robson.
Generally speaking, Kim Clijsters has 41 WTA titles in singles and 11 in duplicates. Most as of late, she filled in as a Tournament Director for the Proximus Diamond Games in Antwerp in 2014.
Concerning individual life, Kim Clijsters dated kindred tennis player Lleyton Hewitt from 2003 to 2004, while in October 2006, she reported her engagement to ball player Bryan Lynch. They wedded in July 2007 and have three youngsters together.
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Kim Clijsters Biography
Kim Antonie Lode Clijsters conceived 8 June 1983 in the Flemish Region of Belgium. She is a Belgian previous tennis player. Clijsters is a previous world No. 1 in the two singles and pairs.
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