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Rennae Stubbs


Facts of Rennae Stubbs

Full NameRennae Stubbs
First NameRennae
Last NameStubbs
ProfessionTennis player
Birth CitySydney
Birth CountryAustralia
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationLesbian
Marital StatusDating
Relation WithEden Bruce
Height177.8 cm
Weight64.86 kg
Networth$5 M
Twitter Profile
Date of BirthMarch 26,1971
Age53 years

Rennae Stubbs is an Australian retired tennis player who is a six-time grand slam champion

Besides being a player, she is also a coach and commentator.

Love Life 

She is not married yet, and so does not have a husband. However, she is in a relationship with a lady named Eden Bruce.

Yes, she is having an affair with a girl. She opened up about being lesbian in 2006. 

Here is a picture with her girlfriend shared by Eden with a caption,

 “To the most beautiful woman.”

Rennae Stubbs Lesbian Partner Eden Bruce
Rennae Stubbs Lesbian Partner Eden Bruce Source: Instagram

The couple seems to be extremely happy being with each other. 

In the picture, few people wished the adorable couple a happy anniversary. 

It seems like the love birds started dating a year back in 2018.

Past Relationship With Lisa Raymond

She was previously in a relationship with her former double partner Lisa Raymond

However, due to some reasons, their affair did not last long. 

Although they are not together anymore as a couple, they are still good friends. 

Her former partner retweets helpful statements and news related to her.

Rennae with her ex-girlfriend, Lisa Raymond
Rennae with her ex-girlfriend, Lisa Raymond Source: Pinterest

Her First Lesbian Encounter

She was 25 years old when she had her first lesbian encounter. In an interview, she said that she was like she had to get over this as she did not claim it as a phase but rather an embarrassing moment. She added, 

"this is who I am and I’m not going to deny who I am and I think this is the point you get to. I’d like to be a little bit more open about it now because I want some 16-year-old girl out there to think it’s OK. All it is is somebody loving somebody.”

Her Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 million, which she has accumulated through her career as a tennis player, coach and commentator.

She earns an average salary of $100000 per year

How Did She Earn It?

She is four times winner of Grand Slam doubles titles and two times winner of Grand Slam mixed doubles. 

In 2000 she was ranked at number 1 for three weeks. 

She was the representative of Australia at four successive Summer Olympic Games, i.e. Atlanta 1996, Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, and Beijing 2008.

She won the season-ending WTA Championships with her partner Lisa Raymond in 2001. Their pair was named ITF World Champions for the same.

Starting from 1992, she played for 17 years for the Australia Fed Cup team.

She retired from her career after winning the World Team Tennis Title for the 3rd time with the Washington Kastles.  This was her fifth overall WTT Title. 

As a commentator, she has worked for various networks including ESPN, Tennis Channel, and Channel Seven Australia. 

Besides being a player and commentator, she also worked as a lead female analyst in two events namely 2012 London and the 2016 Rio Olympics for NBC.

She also worked as a coach to Karolina Pliskova.

Below is the list of few homosexual tennis players and their respective net worth:

S.NNameGrand SlamsNet Worth
1Martina Navratilova59$15 million
2Amelie Mauresmo2$8 million
3Billie Jean King39$20 million

Her Lifestyle

She loves traveling to different places on her vacation. Here is a picture of her love from one of her holidays in the Maldives.

The picture is captioned as 


Rennae Stubbs Lifestyle Traveling
Rennae Stubbs Lifestyle Traveling Source: Instagram


  1. She was born on March 26, 1971, which makes her age 48 as of 2020.
  2. She has not spilled beans about her family. Therefore any information about her parents is not known.

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Updated On Wed Feb 17 2021 Published On Mon Jan 13 2020 By paper-boat

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