Ryan Sweeting

Ryan Sweeting, born on 14th July 1987, has been a U.S. tennis player of the yesteryears. He had been in the tennis arena for around nine years up to 1914. He suffered severe back injury in the year 2014, and it had to be operated upon.

However, he could not return to the tennis court thereafter and had to retire. He had attained the World No.2 position in the junior category by winning the junior title of the US Open 2005. He had also been the practice partner of the Davis Cup team of the U.S. for two consecutive years 2006 and 2007. He has also won the ATP World Tour Singles title for the first time in the year 2011.

Personal Life

Ryan took birth in Nassau, Bahamas, but spent his early life in Lauderdale, Florida. He stayed there and took initial training in tennis there. He had a strong desire to become a professional tennis player from his very childhood. Much is not known about his siblings and parents. However, he is an American national, and of North American ethnicity. He attended the University of Florida and started playing for Florida Gators.

Ryan is presently a divorced person. He dated Kaley Cuoco, an actress, for a little over three months before getting engaged in the month of September 2013. Kaley has been an actress of “The Big Bang Theory” fame. After about three months of engagement, they married on 31st December 2013. The marriage took place in Santa Susana, California.

However, the relationship could not last long as tension developed between them. As a result, Kaley Cuoco petitioned for a divorced in the month of September 2015. The reason cited for the divorce petition was stated as “Noticeable Tension”. The divorce was granted in May 2016. Thus, Ryan is presently a divorcee. There is no news about any affair of Ryan since then.

Astrologically speaking, his birth sign is Cancer. He is 6’ and 5” in height and weighs 83 kg. His hair color is black and his eye color is dark brown.

Career

Ryan started playing tennis at an early age and played for Florida Gators during his college days. However, the big break came when he defeated the Argentine Guillermo Coria. He had the opportunity to be a practice partner of the US Davis Cup team in 2006 and 2007. He became a professional tennis player in 2007 and became winner of four doubles titles of ProCircuit in 2007-2008.

He won the singles title of the ProCircuit for the first time in 2008. He also won the Canadian Rimouski Challenger. It was in 2011 that he won the ATP World Tour Singles title in the US Men’s Claycourt Championship held in Houston. He suffered back injury in 2014 and had to go for surgery. Although the injury was set right, he could not return to the professional tennis again. He retired in 2015. As per his biography, his net worth is estimated at $2 million.