Richest Tennis Players In The World And Their Net Worth, 2023
Tennis is undoubtedly one of the most watched sports in the world. This is evident from the fact that approximately 87 million people play tennis globally, roughly 1.17% of the world’s population. It goes without saying that tennis and tennis players have a vast fan following. Apart from tournament fees, tennis players earn significantly from endorsements and sponsorship deals. Here is a compiled list of the wealthiest tennis players in the world and their net worth.
With a net worth of $6.7 billion, Jessica Pegula is the richest tennis player in the world in 2023. The 28-year-old from Buffalo, New York, is worth more than Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, and Rafael Nadal combined. She’s the daughter of Terry Pegula, the world’s 377th richest person who made a fortune in oil and gas and has since turned it into a sports empire. He is the owner of Pegula Sports and Entertainment which owns the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League (NHL), and, with his wife Kim Pegula, the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL).
With a net worth of around 2 billion dollars, the Romanian tennis legend Ion Tiriac is the 2nd richest tennis player. After he retired as a tennis player in the 1970s, Tiriac coached and managed top players like Guillermo Vilas, Marat Safin, and Boris Becker.
The greatest of all time. Without question, the finest player to have ever played the sport. With a net worth of $550 million, Roger Federer is 3rd richest tennis player in the world, followed by Serena Williams ($250 Million) and Novak Djokovic ($220 million).
Regarded as the greatest female tennis player of all time, Serena Williams’ record speaks for itself. With 23 Grand Slam titles, only one behind the record of Margaret Court, Williams has been one of the most dominant forces in women’s tennis in the modern era.
A modern-day great in the era of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal, Novak Djokovic has cemented himself as a force to be reckoned with. With 22 Grand Slam titles, the Serbian star will go down in history as one of the greats of the game.
- Jessica Pegula: $6.7 billion
- Ion Tiriac: $2 billion
- Roger Federer: $550 million
- Serena Williams: $250 Million
- Novak Djokovic: $220 million
- Rafael Nadal: $220 Million
- Maria Sharapova: $180 million
- Andre Agassi: $175 Million
- Pete Sampras: $150 Million
- Andy Murray: $100 Million
- John McEnroe: $100 Million
- Venus Williams: $95 million
- Anna Kournikova: $50 million
- Li Na: $50 million
- Bjorn Borg: $40 million
- Andy Roddick: $40 million
- Agnieszka Radwańska: $25 Million
- Billie Jean King: $20 Million
- Jim Courier: $18 Million
- Chris Evert: $16 million
- Ana Ivanovic: $16 million
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