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Who is Simona Halep’s boyfriend? Know all about Toni Iuruc

Find out the relationship status of former World No. 1 Simona Halep who is currently in a relationship with businessman Toni Iuruc of North Macedonia.

Simona Halep

Simona Halep is one of the biggest names on the WTA Tour and her trophy cabinet justifies this claim. The former World No. 1 has amassed a fortune of $37,577,748 in career prize money which places her 4th on the all-time list of prize winners.

The Romanian has won 22 career titles which include her 2 Grand Slam titles which she won at the 2018 French Open and 2019 Wimbledon. She has also finished as the runner-up twice at Roland Garros in 2014 and 2017 and once at the 2018 Australian Open. Halep has won WTA titles on all surfaces with 11 titles on Hardcourts, 2 on Grass and 9 on Clay.

Halep has been quite active on her social media accounts giving her fans a sneak peek into her personal life. Even in interviews, she has been vocal when it comes to questions about her family and relationships. She is currently dating business tycoon Toni Iuruc and has confirmed their relationship through her social media handles as well as in media interactions.

Who is Simona Halep’s boyfriend Toni Iuruc?

Simona Halep and Toni Iuruc

Toni Iuruc is a Macedonian based businessman who is reported to have 6 companies of his own that have made him a multi-millionaire. He has been married twice but had to end both of his marriages due to different reasons. Halep and Iuruc are reported to have started dating in 2018 and continue to be in a happy relationship.

With fans speculating about their marriage, the couple has clarified that they are yet to be engaged and will make it public when they decide to take their relationship to the next level.

The 2021 season has not been great for Halep who had to struggle with injuries that saw her match time getting reduced. She did reach the quarter-finals of the 2021 Australian Open but that remains her best result of the season. Her injury also forced her to miss the Grass season and also had a shortened Clay season that saw her miss the 2021 French Open as well along with the 2021 Wimbledon where she would have been the defending champion.

Toni Iuruc and Simona Halep

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