Katie Boulter is a British tennis player.
She was born on August 1, 1996, in Leicester, United Kingdom to David Boulter and Sue Boulter.
Katie Boulter has one brother, James Gartshore Boulter.
Boulter who started playing tennis at age 5 represented Great Britain aged 8.
She was ranked the No. 10 junior tennis player in the world in March 2014.
Katie Boulter has a career-high singles ranking of world No. 82 and peaked at No. 431 in the doubles rankings.
She has won six singles and four doubles titles on the ITF Women’s Circuit.
Katie Boulter Grandparents
Katie Boulter’s grandparents are Brian Gartshore and Jill Gartshore.
Boulter’s grandfather Brian Gartshore is an inventor who invented the anti-theft shopping tag, while her grandmother Jill Gartshore was a regional tennis champion.
Jill Gartshore died on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at the age of 83.
Katie Boulter Mother
Katie Boulter’s mother is Sue Boulter. Sue played tennis at the county level and represented Great Britain a few times.
Katie Boulter Father
Katie Boulter’s father is David Boulter. Although his name has been identified as David Boulter, his details are unavailable on the web.