Her main source of income is a professional career as a tennis player which brings her great profits.
Badosa made her debut on the ITF Women's Circuit in May 2012 in Getxo. In November 2013, she won her first title in Sant Jordi.
In March 2015, she made her first breakthrough after receiving a wildcard for the main draw at the Premier Mandatory Miami Open, where she recorded her first two match wins on the WTA Tour.
At the 2018 Morocco Open, she reached the quarterfinals.
At the 2019 Australian Open, she made her Grand Slam main-draw debut, after passing qualifying; she lost to wildcard Kimberly Birrell in the first round.
In July 2019, she reached her first WTA semifinal at the Palermo Open.
In the early 2020 season, Badosa recorded her first Grand Slam match-win at the Australian Open.
Badosa represented Spain in the 2020 Summer Olympics women's singles and women's doubles events.
On 17 October 2021, Badosa defeated former two-time champion Victoria Azarenka in a three-hour thriller match to win the Indian Wells tournament, for her first WTA 1000 title.
After beginning her 2022 season with a first round loss to Victoria Azarenka at the Adelaide International, Badosa claimed her third career title in Sydney by defeating reigning French Open champion Barbora Krejčíková in three sets in the final.
After early exits at Dubai and Doha, Badosa reached the semifinals at Indian Wells and the quarterfinals at Miami, where she had to retired due to an illness.
With those results, and Barty retirement, she rose to a new career-high ranking of No. 3.
Her social media accounts have about 530 thousand followers, so she helps many brands by promoting their products and services.
Paula Badosa's net worth is currently estimated at $7 million.
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Paula Badosa is in a relationship with Juan Betancourt.
Paula Badosa’s father is Josep Badosa.
Paula Badosa’s mother is Mireia Gibert.
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