Rebecca Marino age is 30 years old. She was born on December 16, 1990, in Toronto, Ontario, United States of America.
Canadian professional tennis player Rebecca Marino was a certified Club Pro 1 coach at the UBC Tennis Center.
Rebecca Marino Age And Height Revealed
As mentioned earlier, Rebecca is currently 30 years of age.
She was born to her father, Joe Marino, and her mother Catherine Hungerford.
It is known that her father is the owner of the construction firm Marino General Contracting.
Rebecca also has a younger brother named Steven and he had also competed in rowing at the University of California, Berkeley.
Her father, Joe is of Italian descent and it is known that her family moved to Vancouver before Rebecca turned two years old.
When Rebecca turned five years old, her mother signed her up for badminton and she also won Vancouver’s premier amateur tennis tournament at the age of 14 years.
Talking about Rebecca Marino’s height, she stands 6 feet tall, which is 1.83 meters.
Who Is Rebecca Marino Husband?
Rebecca Marino does not have a husband as she is not married yet.
Moreover, she has also not revealed any information about her relationship status and therefore, her boyfriend also remains unknown.
The professional tennis player has been fully concentrating on her career which has kept her busy, and therefore, she does not have time to get into any relationships for now.
Her Instagram account also has no posts which give information about her love life as she has not shared such posts there either.
Rebecca Marino Net Worth Revealed
As of 2021, Rebecca has a total net worth of $2.5 million.
She has earned a huge amount of money from her career as a tennis player, and in addition to that, she also earns through several endorsements.
Rebecca earns total prize money of $544,764.
The American tennis player started her career in 2005 when she played the first professional event of her career at the $25 thousand in Vancouver.
Rebecca qualified for her Grand Slam in ten years after four tennis champions without dropping a set.
In October 2017, Marino announced her intention to return to the pro circuit; however, it was delayed due to ITF administrative regulations.
Therefore, she returned at the end of January 2018, and after that, she also won her first title in Antalya after returning to play professional tennis.