Daria Kasatkina Bio, Net Worth, Rank, Partner, Family, Age, Height

Daria Kasatkina

Facts About Daria Kasatkina

Celebrated Name Daria Kasatkina
Age 25 Years Old
Nick Name Daria
Birth Name Daria Sergeyevna Kasatkina
Birth Date 1997-05-07
Gender Female
Profession Tennis Player
Place Of Birth Tolyatti, Russia
Birth Nation Russia
Nationality Russian
Ethnicity Russian-white
Race White
Religion Christian
Horoscope Taurus
Father Sergey Igorevich Kasatkina
Mother Tatyana Borisovna
Siblings 1
Sexual Orientation Lesbian
Marital Status Unmarried
Partner Natalia Zabiiako
Source of Wealth Tennis Career
Net Worth $3 million
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 60 kg or 132 lbs
Hair Color Light brown
Eye Color Dark brown
Body Shape 35-25-35 in
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Daria Sergeyevna Kasatkina, excellently known as Daria Kasatkina is a Russian professional tennis player. She was ranked the 43rd best female singles player in the world in 2016 and was also ranked the 24th best doubles player in the same year. She made her top-ten debut in the WTA rankings towards the end of the 2018 season and won four WTA Tour titles in singles as well as one title in doubles. Daria first picked up a tennis racket at the age of 6 as she began training formally by age 11 and won a junior Grand Slam title at the French Open in 2014. She reached the third round of the 2022 Australian Open as the 25th seed and reached her first WTA 1000 semifinal of the season and second of her career at the 2022 Italian Open. Moreover, Daria did not compete in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships due to the All England Club's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players.

Daria Kasatkina Famous For

  • She is a Russian professional tennis player.
  • She won four WTA Tour titles in singles as well as one title in doubles.


What nationality is Daria Kasatkina?

Daria Kasatkina opened her eyes for the very first time on 7th May 1997 in Tolyatti, Russia. She was born with the real name of Daria Sergeyevna Kasatkina in a Christian religious family. She holds Russian nationality and she came from Russian-white ethnic background. Daria recently celebrated her 25th birthday in 2022 and as per her birth date, her zodiac sign is Taurus. Thus, her race is white. Her father, Sergey Igorevich Kasatkin is an Engineer and Athlete whereas her mother, Tatyana Borisovna is a Lawyer as well as Athlete. Both of her parents were nationally ranked athletes in Russia; her mother in athletics, and her father in ice hockey. She also has an older brother, named Alexandr who also played tennis.

Daria Kasatkina Tennis Career

  • Daria Kasatkina kicks off her tennis career competing on the ITF Junior Circuit shortly after turning 14 years old after which she won her first title at just her second career event.
  • She then won two higher-level Grade 2 tournaments in Moldova and France in early 2012 and helped Russia reach the final of the Junior Fed Cup.
  • She started excelling at the highest level junior tournaments in 2013 and reached her first Grade-1 final in doubles in January.
  • She finished runner-up to Belinda Bencic at the Trofeo Bonfiglio in May and then won her first junior Grand Slam matches the following month, reaching the quarterfinals at the French Open.
  • Her last event of the year was the Junior Fed Cup, where she played the No. 1 singles matches whereas she had her best year on the junior tour in 2014.
  • She won her first and only junior Grand Slam title in the girls' singles event at the French Open the last ITF tournament of her career and was the first Russian girl to win the event since Nadia Petrova in 1998.
  • She also participated in the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing and earned a silver medal in doubles.
  • Subsequently, she started her professional career as a wildcard qualifying entrant at the 2013 Kremlin Cup, where she lost her only match.
  • She then made her professional main-draw debut on the ITF Circuit in November and won her first career title at a low-level $10K event in Sharm El Sheikh.
  • She received a wildcard into the 2014 Kremlin Cup, this time for the main draw however, she lost her WTA Tour debut to Alison Riske.
  • She recorded her first WTA Tour match-win in July, against Aleksandra Krunic at the Gastein Ladies and won her biggest titles to date in both singles and doubles.
  • As well, she reached the semifinals in singles as a qualifier, her best singles result on the WTA Tour at the time, and defeated world No. 14, Carla Suarez Navarro, in the quarterfinals for the biggest win of her career.
  • She started the year, 2016 at the Auckland Open, where she recorded her first career top ten victories against world No. 7, Venus Williams, and made her Australian Open debut and reached the third round.
  • She then made it to the quarterfinals at her first Premier Mandatory event at the Indian Wells Open and reached the third round at two more Grand Slam events, the French Open and Wimbledon.
  • Her next tournament was at the Rio Olympics where she qualified for the singles draw through her ranking, and also entered the doubles tournament with Svetlana Kuznetsova.
  • She reached the doubles final at the Kremlin Cup for the second consecutive year and ended the season at a world ranking of No. 27.
  • She maintained a steady ranking throughout 2017 as she had a slow start to the season, not winning a single match at the Australian Open or the two Premier Mandatory events in the United States.
  • She won her first career WTA singles title shortly before turning 20 years old at the Charleston Open and made it to the fourth round of a Grand Slam event for the first time at the US Open.
  • She reached other WTA doubles final with Gavrilova at the Pan Pacific Open and made her second career Premier Mandatory quarterfinal at the China Open.
  • Daria upset fifth seed and world No. 18, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, in the first round, but was defeated by seventh seed Julia Gorges in the final.
  • She reached the semifinals at the St. Petersburg Trophy and then the final at the Dubai Tennis Championships where she saved three match points en route to defeating another top-5 player in world No. 3, Garbine Muguruza.
  • She defeated four top-15 players at that event and climbed to No. 11 in the WTA rankings and also became the Russian No. 1.
  • She failed to continue her Grand Slam success at the US Open, losing in the second round whereas she defeated Tunisian qualifier Ons Jabeur in the final and was initially named the second alternate for the WTA Finals.
  • She was initially named the second alternate for the WTA Finals and defeated No. 14, Aryna Sabalenka, and No. 38, Ekaterina Alexandrova before losing to No. 19, Caroline Wozniacki at the China Open in 2019.
  • She remained in the top 50 until the very end of the season when she lost the points she was defending from the previous year's WTA Elite Trophy.
  • Later in 2020, she first participated in Auckland, where she defeated Carla Suarez Navarro and reached her first semifinal since 2018 at Lyon.
  • Her ranking rose to No. 66, before the suspension of the WTA Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and her first tournament after the suspension was at Palermo, where she lost in the first round to Jasmine Paolini.
  • She lost in the first round to Marta Kostyuk, winning just three games at the US Open, and recuperated in time for the French Open, where she defeated Harmony Tan in the first round.
  • Daria began her 2021 season at the Abu Dhabi Open, where she defeated Wang Qiang in the first round in three sets and then played in the Gippsland Trophy.
  • She crashed out in her opening round match in Dubai to Alize Cornet as she bounced back at the St. Petersburg Ladies' Trophy, halting the winning streak of rising star Clara Tauson in the first round.
  • She defeated 10th seed Belinda Bencic in straight sets to make the third round for the first time since 2018 at the French Open and reached the final at the 2021 Birmingham Classic which was her eighth career final, first on grass and third of 2021.
  • She reached her fourth final of the year at the Silicon Valley Classic and reached the third round of the US Open with wins over defending quarterfinalist Tsvetana Pironkova and Olympics silver medalist Marketa Vondrousova.
  • Kasatkina conceived 2022 playing the Melbourne Summer Set 2, a WTA 250 event after which she reached a second consecutive semifinal.
  • She also reached the third round of the 2022 Australian Open as the 25th seed, defeating qualifier Stefanie Vogele and Magda Linette before falling to seventh seed Iga Swiatek. 
  • Daria reached her first WTA 1000 semifinal of the season and second of her career at the 2022 Italian Open, where she was defeated by Ons Jabeur after having a match point.
  • On 16th May 2022, Kasatkina returned to the top 20 in the rankings, becoming once again the No. 1 Russian player and entering the French Open as the 20th seed.
  • As well, she played in two tournaments in the grass court season, Berlin and Bad Homberg where she was defeated in the quarterfinals by Maria Sakkari and Bianca Andreescu.
  • Daria did not compete in the 2022 Wimbledon Championships due to the All England Club's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players, in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

National Representation

  • Kasatkina made her senior Fed Cup debut for Russia in 2016 in a World Group quarterfinal against the Netherlands as well as she won the dead rubber doubles match with Ekaterina Makarova against Cindy Burger and Arantxa Rus as Russia lost the tie.
  • She participated in the World Group Play-offs against Belarus two months later and played three rubbers and played in World Group II and won their tie to advance to World Group Play-offs in 2017.
  • She competed for Russia in 2019 during the zonal competitions and made her return to the team for the 2020-2021 Billie Jean King Cup Finals, where she was nominated for the team as the second-ranked Russian.
  • Daria beat Jil Teichmann in the final, helping Russia to secure their first title since 2008.

Awards and Achievements

  • Team of the Year - Girls Under-14: 2011
  • Team of the Year - Girls Under-16: 2012, 2013
  • Junior of the Year: 2014
  • Team of the Year: 2021

Who is Daria Kasatkina Dating?

Daria Kasatkina is an unmarried woman and talking about her sexual orientation, she is lesbian. She is in a romantic relationship with her beautiful partner Natalia Zabiiako who is a Russian-Estonian competitive pair skater. Daria said that she "found living in the closet impossible" and also spoke out against the attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community and restrictions of rights within Russia.


Furthermore, Kasatkina also said. "This notion of someone wanting to be gay or becoming gay is ridiculous. I think there is nothing easier in this world than being straight." "Seriously, if there is a choice, no one would choose being gay. Why make your life harder, especially in Russia? What's the point?" she added. 

How much is Daria Kasatkina Net Worth?

Daria Kasatkina is a talented woman who has a net worth of $3 million as of 2022. She has also a fine amount of salary which is around thousands of dollars per year. She has also won prize money of US$8,546,680. Dari has also done endorsement work for several brands such as Nike, Tecnifibre, and Instaforex form where she is earning a handsome amount of money. In addition, her major source of income is her tennis career and she is sincere in her work.

How tall is Daria Kasatkina?

Daria Kasatkina stands at an ideal height of 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) with a balanced body weight of 60 kg or 132 lbs. She has good-looking light brown hair and dark brown eyes color. Additionally, her body build type is athletic and her body measurements are 35-25-35 in.

Did You Know?

  • She first picked up a tennis racket at the age of 6 and she began training formally by age 11.
  • She won a junior Grand Slam title at the French Open in 2014.
  • She is the daughter of Tatyana Kasatkina and Sergey Kasatkin.
  • In 2016, she made her senior Fed Cup debut for Russia in a World Group quarterfinal against the Netherlands.
  • As a junior, she was ranked as high as no. 3 in the world.