Iryna Shymanovich is a Belarusian tennis player who plays both the doubles and the singles events. She now ranks world no. 67 in the WTA singles ranking.
Likewise, she achieved a career-high WTA singles ranking of no. 66 on 11 September 2023. She now ranks no. 160 in the WTA singles ranking and has a career-high singles ranking of no. 154, achieved on 12 June 2023.
Iryna Shymanovich won her first WTA Tour doubles title with Russian partner Irina Khromacheva at the 2023 Copa Colsanitas in Colombia in April 2023. (Source: Iryna’s Instagram)
Shymanovich has won one title on the WTA Tour at the doubles event. She and her Russian partner Irina Khromacheva won the 2023 Copa Colsanitas in Colombia in April 2023. There, the duo defeated Georgian Oksana Kalashnikova and Polish Katarzyna Piter in the final.
Similarly, she qualified for the main draw at the 2023 French Open where she made her Grand Slam debut. She won her first major match defeating Hungarian Panna Udvardy.
Throughout her career, she has won 13 singles and 13 doubles titles in the ITF Circuit. She claimed her recent and second major ITF doubles title at the W40 Astana 2023 Tennis Tournament in March 2023. There, she and her Kazaksthani partner Anna Danilina defeated South Korean duo Han Na-lae and Jang Su-jeong in the final.
Iryna represented her country, making her debut for the Belarus Fed Cup team on 4 February 2014. Moreover, she won her first international rubber with Ilona Kremen in doubles against the team of Turkey.
As a junior, she achieved her career-best ITF Junior Ranking of no. 2 on 13 April 2015. She reached her Junior Grand Slam finals at the 2013 Wimbledon and finished as a runner-up.
Lean about tennis player Iryna Shymanovich’s wiki, age, height, education, parents, siblings, boyfriend, earnings and net worth details here.
Iryna Shymanovich Wiki, Age & Height
Born on 30 June 1997, Shymanovich is 26 years old now. She goes by the full name Iryna Uladzimiraŭna Shymanovich.
As per wiki, she hails from Minsk, the Capital city of Belarus. She pursued her education at Secondary School 219 in Minsk. Moreover, she received her college education at Belarusian State University of Physical Education.
Iryna Shymanovich started playing tennis at the age of six. (Source: Iryna’s Facebook)
Iryna with a height of 5 feet 7 inches trained at IMG Academy. She was also involved in swimming from age 6 to 10. Still, she enjoys spending time in the pool which is the best recovery for her after difficult matches and training.
Iryna Shymanovich Family: Meet Her Parents & Siblings
Shymanovich was raised by her parents in Minsk, Belarus. Her father is Vladimir Shymanovich and her mother is Tatiana Shymanovich.
Vladimir worked as a court installer at the sports center in Minsk. Similarly, her mother Tatiana worked as an accountant. Her parents played a lead role in her development in tennis.
Iryna’s father was her first coach although he did not play professional tennis himself. Likewise, her mother took care of everyday chores, monitored her studies, and tracked the statistics of her daughter’s performance.
Iryna Shymanovich pictured with her younger brother and a sister. (Source: Viktoria’s Instagram)
An eldest of three children in the family, she is accompanied by two younger siblings; a sister named Viktoria Shymanovich and a brother named Aleksandr Shymanovich. Both her siblings play tennis under the guidance of their father and hope to play in international tournaments.
Iryna Shymanovich Boyfriend: Is She Dating Anyone?
Apparently, Shymanovich does not have a boyfriend now. She has yet to reveal her relationship status in public.
The 26-year-old has not mentioned her boyfriend or love partner in media interviews. Likewise, there is no glimpse of her possible love life on her Instagram. She has amassed over 5k followers on her Instagram.
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Iryna did not have a boyfriend in the past. She is single and focused on her tennis career so far.
Iryna Shymanovich Earnings & Net Worth
Shymanovich now enjoys a net worth in six figures. She makes an exceptional amount of earnings as prize money from tennis events.
Currently, she has earned prize money of $373,776 throughout her career. Similarly, she earned $266,413 as prize money in 2023.