Katie Boulter was born on 1 August 1996 in Leicester, England. She is a British professional tennis player.
She has six singles and four doubles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit under her belt.
Boulter represented Great Britain as an 8-year-old after having begun playing tennis at five. She is good on the piano and has a keen interest in fashion which led to her appearance in Vogue Magazine in 2018.
She is a fan of her hometown football team, Leicester Football Club.
On 18 February 2019, she reached her best singles ranking of world No. 82. On 31 December 2018, she peaked at No. 431 in the doubles rankings.
At the junior level, she was ranked No.10 in the world in March 2014.
She is currently been coached by Jeremy Bates, Nigel Sears, and Mark Taylor.
Katie Boulter Illness: What Disease Does Katie Boulter Have?
Katie Boulter has suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome, which was triggered by a virus she contracted in 2014. She also had a serious back injury in 2019.