Daniela Hantuchova Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

Daniela Hantuchova is a prominent Slovak retired tennis player and tennis commentator who has played in many tournaments. She started her career as a professional tennis player in 1999, and in 2002, she breakout. Hantuchova won the original WTA tour title by defeating Martina Hingis, the Indian Wells Masters. Daniela has been named the lowest-ranked player who has secured a tournament win, and in 2002, she reached the U.S. Open Championships and Wimbledon and placed in the top ten at the end of the season. In 2002, she won the Fed cup, and in 2005 Hopman cup, and 2005, she was ranked on the highest player list. Daniela has won seven WTA tournaments, like One Thailand Open and Two Indian Wells Masters.  

The Early Years of Daniela Hantuchova

Daniela Hantuchova was born in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Slovakia, on April 23, 1983, and she is 39 years old as of 2023. Her father’s name is Igor Hantuch, and he served as a computer scientist. Her mother’s name is Marianna Hantuchova, and she is a toxicologist. Daniela has one brother named Igor Hantuch Jr. but did not share any information regarding him with others. Daniela was first introduced to tennis by her grandmother, a former Slovak national champion. She was interested in tennis when she was young and went to classes to develop her playing skills. Daniela is also interested in piano, and she went to class to become a trained pianist. With the help of her grandmother, she learned all the tricks and tips; as a child, she participated in many junior-level tournaments and won some of them. 

The Educational Qualifications of Daniela Hantuchova

Daniela Hantuchova studied at the local high school in Slovakia, but the name of the school she studied at has yet to be discovered. While studying, she has played in many tournaments for her school team and won it. After graduating from high school, she joined a university in Slovakia and studied for her bachelor of arts degree, but the name of the degree Daniela studied has yet to be discovered.

Personal details of Daniela Hantuchova 

Real Name: Daniela Hantuchova

Profession: Commentator and former Tennis player

Celebrity name: Daniela 

Place of Birth: Monte Carlo, Monaco, Slovakia

Birthday: April 23, 1983

Horoscope: Taurus

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: Slovak

Religion: N.A.

Sexuality: Straight

Colour of Eyes: Blue

Colour of Hair: Blonde

Net Worth: $ 1.7 million

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Body measurements of Daniela Hantuchova

Physique: Athletic

Height in cm: 181 cm

Height in Feet: 5 ft. 11 in.

Weight in Kg: 63 kg

Weight in Pound: 139 lbs

Body Measurements: 33-24-35 inches / 84-61-89 cm

Breast Size: 33 inches / 84 cm

Waist Size: 24 inches / 61 cm

Hip Size: 35 inches / 89 cm

Shoe Size (In U.S.): 12

Dress Size (In the U.S.): 4

Family details of Daniela Hantuchova 

Mother’s Name: Marianna Hantuchova

Father’s Name: Igor Hantuch

Number of Siblings:  One brother (Igor Hantuch Jr.)

Relationship Status: Unmarried

Children: None

Spouse Name: No 

The Relationship details of Daniela Hantuchova

Daniela Hantuchova was in a relationship with Wesley Sneijder, a former famous soccer player who played for the Netherlands team, and now he was retired from the international field. Daniela and Wesley Sneijder started their relationship in 2009, and they both dated for many years, and later they both broke up their relationship and separated, but they did not reveal the reason for the breakup. After they broke up, Daniela was linked with Julian Wilson, a professional surfer from Australia.Some rumours are circulating on social media that she was married to someone, but she did not open up anything about the rumours. So, she is currently single and not in a relationship with anyone. 

The Net Worth of Daniela Hantuchova 

Daniela Hantuchova currently has a net worth of $ 1.7 million, and she has earned a major part of her net Worth as a former tennis player. 

Awards and Achievements of Daniela Hantuchova 

In 2001, Daniela won the WTA Newcomer of the Year Award, and in 2002, she won the WTA Most Improved Player of the Year Award at the end of the season. In 2003, Daniela won the Laureus World Sports Academy Award nomination for the World Newcomer of the Year Award. In 2014, she was named the WTT Female Most Valuable Player. On January 9, 2019, Daniela had an Order of ĽudovítŠtúr, 1st Class. 

Daniela Hantuchova on social media 

Daniel Hantuchova is active on social media platforms; on her Instagram account, she has more than 390 K followers, and she will use to post more of her pictures in it. She has more than 148 K followers on her Facebook and posts pictures regularly. Daniela’s Twitter account has more than 206 K followers. 

The Professional life of Daniela Hantuchova

Daniela Hantuchova played in her first WTA tournament of 2000 at the Australian Open, but she was knocked out in the second qualifying round of the season. In 2001, she won the mixed doubles at Wimbledon 2001, along with Leos Friedl. In 2002, Daniela reached the finals of the mixed doubled in Wimbledon along with Ullyett and won the Women’s Doubles held in the Australian Open. In 2005, she participated in the French Open with Fabrice Santoro, and in the same year, she played with Mahesh Bhupathi in the U.S. Open. Daniela completed her Grand Slam in Mixed doubles in 2005, and she has created a record for only the fifth female tennis player has done. 

In 2006, she defeated the defending champion Serena Williams in the Australian Open third round. In the 2008 Australian Open, Daniela reached the semi-finals. In the 2009 Australian Open, Daniela played along with Sugiyama. In the 2011 French Open, she defeated Caroline Wozniacki in the 3rd round, and Daniela became the 37th Woman in the Open Era who has reached 500 career wins by beating Laura Robson in the second round of Aegon Classis held in June 2013. Daniela has been a doubles player by achieving high doubles ranking of No.5. On July 6, 2017, Daniela announced her retirement from professional tennis at Wimbledon. 

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