Alize Cornet

Alize Cornet is a professional tennis player from France. She has six WTA singles titles and three WTA doubles titles, as well as three ITF Women’s Circuit singles and doubles trophies. She got her highest singles rating of world No. 11 in February 2009. At the 2007 French Open, she won her only Grand Slam junior singles championship.

What is the Net Worth of Alize Cornet in 2022?

Cornet is estimated to have a net worth of $5 million.

Wikis of Alize Cornet

Full Name: Alize Cornet
Age: 31 years 10 months
Birth Date: January 22, 1990
Horoscope: Aquarius
Profession: Tennis Player
Marital Status:
Lucky Number: 5
Lucky Stone: Amethyst
Lucky Color: Turquoise
Best Match for Marriage: Aquarius, Gemini, Sagittarius

Cornet’s Early Life: Age, Family, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education

Alize Cornet was born in Nice, France, on January 22, 1990. Francis Cornet and Patricia Cornet are her parents. Sebastien Cornet is her brother’s name. She was born in France and holds the French nationality. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius. Her racial background is white.

Body Measurements: How tall is Alize Cornet?

Cornet stands 1.73 meters tall and weighs 60 kg. Her eyes are brown, and her hair is blonde. Her body is well-balanced and healthy.

Relationship status: Who is the Boyfriend of Alize Cornet?

Alize Cornet is most likely unattached. However, it has been revealed that she is dating Gael Monfils.

Career and Professional Life of Alize Cornet:

  • She made her Grand Slam debut in 2005 at the French Open, reaching the second round.
  • She was defeated in the Wimbledon qualifying event in 2007. She was eliminated in the third round of the US Open.
  • She made it to the second round of the Australian Open in 2008. She rose to No. 20 in the world and was seeded 19th at the French Open, her home Slam. In Budapest, she won her maiden WTA title. She was seeded second and was given a first-round bye. She was seeded second in Austria. She, too, had an injury. She was seeded 16th at the US Open and advanced to the third round. She finished third in her group at the Hopman Cup. She was seeded fifteenth in the Australian Open and won both of her matches with ease. She was seeded fifth in the Open GDF Suez in Paris. In the Fed Cup, she lost both of her matches. Both the French Open and Wimbledon saw her fall in the first round.
  • Her tennis season in 2009 was a disaster.
  • She started her year at the ASB Classic in Auckland in 2010. She was defeated at the Barcelona Ladies Open in Spain. At an ITF event in Marseille, France, she had her worst performance of the year. She was eliminated in the first round of Wimbledon. She was eliminated in the second round of the Prague Open. She was eliminated in the first round of the US Open. All four Grand Slams saw her lose in the first round.
  • Her first competition was the ASB Classic in 2011. She defeated two-time Grand Slam champions in the Fed Cup against Russia. It was almost one of her most significant victories. She was eliminated in the first round of the Sony Ericsson Open. In the first rounds of the Swedish Open and the Gastein Ladies, she was eliminated. She was defeated at the Texas Tennis Open. She competed in two ITF tournaments, making it to the second round in one and the quarterfinals in the other.
  • She was eliminated in the first round of the ASB Classic in 2012. She was eliminated in the final round at the Sydney International. She was then given a wildcard into the GDF Suez Open in Paris. Her second singles title came at the Bad Gastein competition. She was eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon. She was defeated in the London Olympics. She lost in the first round of the US Open. She was defeated in the next round. In Guangzhou, she made it to the quarterfinals.
  • She lost in the first round of the Brisbane International singles tournament in 2013. She competed in the Moorilla Hobart International, but was defeated in the preliminary round. Her WTA ranking rose six places to No. 35 after the Australian Open. The Open GDF Suez in Paris, France, was her next tournament. She reached a season-high ranking of No. 31 on June 24. She reached the third round at Wimbledon. She was seeded second in Guangzhou. She reached her highest ranking since 2008 at No. 27 at the end of the year.
  • In 2014, she was ranked 26th when the year began. She was knocked out of the Australian Open in the third round. She has climbed three places in the standings to No. 23 after Dubai. After the French Open, she was relegated to world No. 24. At the Swedish Open, she was the first seed. She was seeded second at the Guangzhou International Women’s Open.
  • In 2015, while financing France’s participation in the Hopman Cup. She won all three of her singles matches in Group B. Later, in the WTA International tournaments in Katowice and Hong Kong, she lost in the singles quarterfinals.
  • She lost in the second round of the Brisbane International in 2016. She then went on to win the singles championship at the Hobart International. She was eliminated in the first round of the Australian Open. In the singles rankings, she finished the year at No. 41 in the world.
  • She was seeded No. 28 at the Australian Open in 2017. In the second round, she was defeated. She lost the opening singles match in the 2017 Fed Cup World Group quarterfinal. Due to an injured pectoral muscle, she had to withdraw from the Dubai Tennis Championships.
  • She won her sixth WTA title at Gstaad, Switzerland, on July 22, 2018. On August 30, 2018, she returned to the locker room rather than prolonging the game at the US Open. She swiftly turned away from the television cameras and removed her top, which took all of 10 seconds to put back on correctly. However, as she was getting ready to resume the play, chair umpire Christian Rask slapped her with a code violation for unsportsmanlike behavior for exposing her sports bra below her top. Female players are not authorized to change their apparel while on the court, as per WTA rules, although there is no similar rule in the men’s game.
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