in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet inches- 5’ 8”
in kilograms- 65 kg
in pounds- 145 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)
Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
Wim Fissette (December 2017-Present)
Adidas (Clothes), Yonex (Racquets), Porsche, Generali, Shiseido, Rolex, SAP
Awards, Honours, Achievements
• WTA Player of the Year: 2016
• German Sportswoman of the Year: 2016
• US Open Sportsmanship Award: 2016
• ITF World Champion: 2016
• World's second-highest-paid female athlete by Forbes: 2017
• 2016 Summer Olympics: Silver Medal
• 2016 Australian Open: Winner
• 2016 US Open: Winner
• 2018 Wimbledon: Winner
Date of Birth
18 January 1988
Age (as in 2018)
Bremen, West Germany
Zodiac sign/Sun sign
Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Mixed (Polish, German)
Boys, Affairs & More
Father- Slawomir Kerber Mother- Beata Kerber
Brother- None Sister- Jessica Kerber
Favourite Tennis Player
Vegemite, Tim Tams
Favourite Football Club
FC Bayern München
Favourite Grand Slam
Swimming, Formula 1, Football
House in Puszczykowo, Poland
Net Worth (approx.)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Angelique Kerber
Does Angelique Kerber smoke ?: Not Known
Does Angelique Kerber drink alcohol?: Yes
She was born to a German father and a Polish mother, who also is her manager now.
She was just 3 years old when she first started playing tennis.
She was just 15 when she turned pro in 2003.
In 2007, she made her debut in Grand Slams by competing in the French Open.
She had her first Grand Slam victory in the Australian Open against Maret Ani.
The 2011 season was her breakthrough season. She for the first time in her career reached till the semi-finals of a Grand Slam. She lost in the semis to Samantha Stosur, who went on to become the champion.
In 2012, Kerber moved to Puszczykowo, Poland. There her maternal grandfather owned an indoor tennis facility.
She won the silver medal representing Germany in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics after losing to Monica Puig in the final.
In the 2016 Australian Open, she beat the defending champion and the world number 1, Serena Williams, in the finals to win her maiden Grand Slam. She also became the first German to win a Grand Slam title since 1999.
The 2016 US Open witnessed one of her best performances. She beat Karolína Plíšková in the final to win her second Grand Slam.
She reached in the finals 0f the Wimbledon 2016 after eventually losing to Serena Williams in straight sets.
In the 2018 Wimbledon, she met Serena Williams yet again in the final of a Grand Slam. She won the game in straight sets to win her third Grand Slam.
Though holding the citizenship of two countries (Poland and Germany), she said that she considers herself a German and will always play for Germany.
She is born right-handed, but she plays with the left hand.