Casey Dellacqua Gay Partner Amanda Judd & Children

Casey Dellacqua Gay Partner Amanda Judd: Are They Married?

Casey Dellacqua Gay Partner Amanda Judd: Are They Married?

Casey Dellacqua has a gay partner named Amanda Judd. The gay couple is the parents of three children.

Retired professional tennis player Casey turned professional in 2002 and got her retirement in 2018.

Casey Dellacqua Gay Partner Amanda Judd: Are They Married?

Casey Dellacqua has been in a relationship with her gay partner, Amanda Judd, for a long time.

Yes, retired tennis player Casey and her gay partner, whom we can call her husband or wife, have already been married.

Casey realized that she was a lesbian during her career, and since then, she has been living with her gay partner Amanda Judd. Dellacqua and Judd live a pleasant family with their children, and they keep on posting a lot of adorable pictures on their social media.

Casey Dellacqua Children

Casey Dellacqua and Judd have given birth to a total of three children.

The first child of this couple, Blake Benjamin, was born in August 2013, and on April 27,  Andie was born. Their third child, Jesse James Judd, was welcomed into their family on March 12, 2019.

Both Amanda and Casey have given a very prosperous life to their children, and they can be seen happy with their children in many places, and Casey posts their photos on Instagram as well.

Casey Dellacqua Net Worth Revealed

Casey Dellacqua has made a total net worth of 2.5 million dollars.

Dellacqua is still earning a lot of money as she is working as a sports commentator currently. She has been living a very luxurious life with the money she has earned throughout her career and also from different other endorsements.

Casey has won seven WTA doubles titles, 23 ITF doubles titles, and one Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the 2011 French Open.

The retired tennis star won 11 singles and 13 doubles ITF titles from 2003 to 2007, and she also won a $50 thousand title in The Bronx in August 2007.

Dellacqua’s first event outside of Australia for 2014 was the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. She defeated Anna Tatishvili and Johanna Konta to qualify for the main draw.

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