Polina Kudermetova Biography
Polina Kudermetova Age, Birthday
Polina is 19 years old as of 2022. Born on 4 June 2003 in Russia. She celebrates her birthday on the 4th of June each year. Her Zodiac Sign is Gemini.
Polina Kudermetova Boyfriend
Polina is presumably single and not seeing anyone at the moment. She is committed to her career and not involved with anyone romantically as of 2022.
Polina Kudermetova Parents, Siblings
She was born and raised in Russia. Polina is the daughter of Eduard Kudermetov, a Russian national ice hockey champion. While she was young she gained an interest in tennis and used to play with her older sister Veronika Kudermetova, a tennis player.
She would spend time with her sister to know more about tennis. Their parents really supported them with everything they needed. There is not much that is known about her parents as they like their life to remain private.
Polina Kudermetova Height, Weight
Polina’s is estimated to be 5 feet 8 inches tall. Details about her weight and body measurements are not known to the public.
Polina Kudermetova Wikipedia
Her sister started playing Tennis when she was 8 years old. Her sister played a big role in her life as she taught her and even encouraged her to play tennis. In 2013 she played with Evgeniya Rodina as her partner and won her first $50k tournament at the Kazan Summer Cup. She managed to reach the semifinals in singles as a wildcard.
2014 was one of her best years at the beginning of her career as she was ranked No. 343 with a 24–14 win-loss record, lifting her maiden ITF title in the process. Polina used to attend her sister’s games to cheer for her. She enjoyed watching tennis and this actually open her mind and exploration more considering that her sister is a professional player.
Polina Kudermetova Net worth
Her net worth is estimated to be around $ 500k or more.
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Polina (16)(RUS) was the only Junior to reach a Pro Singles Final last week . . . winning $15K Antalya
Polina is the 4th youngest Women’s title winner in 2019 (by date of birth); 2nd youngest Russian (Timofeeva)
Juniors finish ’19 87-83 in 170 Pro Singles Finals pic.twitter.com/Rr1Fa4KSOu
— Coby (@_Coby_) December 23, 2019