Nelly Korda and Jessica Korda are the older sisters of the American star Sebastian Korda who is a rising star on the ATP Tour. He is only 20 years old and has already attained a ranking of World N. 87.
Meet Sebastian Korda’s siblings, Nelly Korda & Jessica Korda
Sebastian Korda has two older sisters whose names are Jessica Korda and Nelly Korda. Jessica is 29 years old, and Nelly is 24 years old, and they’re both professional golfers.
Nelly Korda is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. She has won seven times and reached number one in the Women’s World Golf Rankings.
Nelly won the Olympic gold medal in the women’s golf event at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
Nelly began playing competitive junior ice hockey at the age of three, but at nine, she switched to tennis after accompanying his Father to the 2009 U.S. Open. He won a golf competition in Prague with his sister Nelly when he was 11.
Jessica Korda is Sebastian Korda’s older sister. She is also a professional tennis player who has reached the World’s No. 10 position in the WTA rankings.
Jessica Regina Korda is a professional golfer from the Czech Republic who competes on the LPGA Tour.
Jessica competed in the 2009 Junior Solheim Cup and the 2010 Curtis Cup for the United States. She won the South Atlantic Amateur in 2010 and reached the U.S. Women’s Open cut in 2008 and 2009.
Jessica finished T19 in her first U.S. Open appearance in 2008, where she fired the only round in the 60s on Sunday, a 69. She finished second in the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur.
In 2006, she represented the Czech Republic in the World Amateur Team Championship Espirito Santo Trophy. In 2010, she represented the United States, tied for fourth individually and silver as a team.
As a 17-year-old, she enrolled in LPGA Tour Qualifying School in the fall of 2010. She placed second in the last Qualifying Tournament, earning her eligibility for full Tour membership in 2011.
Jessica turned 18 during the season’s second race in 2011. She competed in 15 events in her rookie season, with her best finish a tie for 19th at the Avnet LPGA Classic.
Her maiden professional victory came in the Women’s Australian Open at Royal Melbourne, the first event of the 2012 season. Her triumph came on the second hole of a six-person playoff after rounds of 72-70-73-74.
While Nelly and Jessica pursued golf, Sebastian “Sebi” Korda followed in his parent’s footsteps and became a professional tennis player.