International News Ash Barty Quits Tennis To Play Golf
International News Ash Barty Quits Tennis To Play Golf – A day after revealing in a video posted on social media that he is quitting the women’s tennis tour after spending the last two years at the top of the rankings. Won two of the last three Grand Slam singles titles. So 25-year-old Barty held a press conference Thursday in downtown Brisbane.
Barty’s decision to retire came as a shock to almost everyone involved in the sport. From fans to players and officials, and sparks the obvious question, why now? In an Instagram video, she alludes to the dreams and challenges that lie ahead for Ash Barty as the person, not Ash Barty as the player. So those who pressed for some more details in the official press conference were met with repeated responses. You have to wait and see. Be patient.
So no major updates, and there’s still a lot of speculation about what will happen next for Barty. Barty has asked to be removed from the WTA rankings. She has a wedding date locked in her head as she announced her engagement to aspiring golfer Garry Kissick last November. But he hasn’t made it public yet. Another future project is to spend more time working with Indigenous children, says Barty. because that’s what excites me.
Barty Has Changed Courses
Sports News, Ash Barty has signed a contract to play in an international golf show. Just weeks after retiring from tennis while being ranked No. 1 in the world. So the 25-year-old Australian has been included in Ernie Els’ Rest of the World team for the Icon Series event at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey, on June 30 and July 1. Barty decided to give up tennis last month. She won the Australian Open for her third Grand Slam singles championship in January. After titles at Wimbledon last year and the French Open in 2019.
She has reportedly lowered her golf handicap to 4 and continues his versatile approach to the sport. So Including pursuing a professional cricket career in 2015 during a nearly two-year leave from tennis. Icon Series organizers say Barty will join the likes of Pep Guardiola and Harry Kane in a 10-hole team-play competition against US side Fred Couples, which includes Michael Phelps, Oscar De La Hoya, and Ben Roethlisberger. Barty, who is engaged to Garry Kissick, a professional golfer in Australia, recently won the women’s competition at her home club, Brookwater, near Brisbane.
Karrie Webb, who has 41 wins on the LPGA Tour, played a round with Barty in 2019. She says the tennis star has a knack for high-level golf. I know if he puts the time into it, he’s going to be a great player,” Webb told the Australian Associated Press.