Highest paid tennis players


Tennis is probably one of the biggest sports in the world with a huge fan following. Non-collective sport is played in singles or doubles and is one of the most watched sporting events across continents. What makes tennis truly special is that men and women are given equal opportunities in the game. But this list contains honorable mentions of some of the wealthiest female tennis players who are known for their player. Let us check them out.

  1. Naomi Osaka
    Net worth: $37.4 billion
    Naomi Osaka is one of the biggest names in tennis today. Known for her skills, Osaka held dual citizenship growing up. Today, she proudly represents Japan and is a popular face for endorsements in the country. Its net income is approximately $37.4 billion.

  1. Serena Williams
    Net worth: $200 million
    Serena Williams has been associated with tennis since she was 14 years old. She climbed to No. 1 in 2002 and held that position for many consecutive weeks. Currently, she regularly endorses several brands and holds 23 Grand Slam titles.

  1. Maria Sharapova
    Net worth: $135 million
    When it comes to honoring tennis’ rich and famous, how can Maria Sharapova be left behind? Originally from Russia, Maria became number 1 at the age of 18 and there was no looking back. She regularly endorses multiple brands and currently has a net worth of $135 million.

  1. Venus Williams
    Net worth: $95 million
    With approximately 49 titles and 4 gold medals to her credit, Venus Williams is an established name in the sports world. Besides her success at court, Venus William also endorses brands such as Ralph Lauren, Kraft’s and Tide. His current net worth is around $95 million.

  1. Simona Halep
    Net worth: $30 million
    This 28-year-old Romanian tennis star needs no introduction. Simona made her foray into the world of tennis in 2008 and was a runner-up to three Grand Slam titles. She is also the winner of the 2019 Wimbledon championship and is currently No. 2 in the WTA rankings.

  1. Angelique Kerber
    Net worth: $30 million
    Angelique Kerber became a household name when she represented Germany and won a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics. As of now, Angelique regularly endorses deals with Adidas, Yonex, Shiseido and Rolex, making d she is one of the best tennis players in the world.

  1. Caroline Wozniaki
    Net worth: $30 million
    Caroline Wozniaki is one of the world famous tennis stars. Since the start of her career, she has won 30 WTA singles titles and 2 doubles titles. As of today, her total net worth is around $30 million making her one of the richest female tennis players in the world.

  1. Ashley Barty
    Net worth: $26.2 million
    Barty was first catapulted onto the world map when she won the 2019 Grand Slam French Open. However, her list of accomplishments is not here. A native of Australia, she became the first woman in the country to be ranked 1 since 1976. Her total net worth today is around $26.2 million.

  1. Bianca Andreescu
    Net worth: $17.8 million
    Bianca Andreescu made history by winning the 2019 US Open. Since then, her career trajectory has only been propelled upwards. Along with earning lucrative bonuses from Nike, she also endorses famous brands like Rolex and Sleep Country mattresses.

  1. Garbine Muguruza
    Net worth: $13.2 million
    Garbine Muguruza is another established name among female tennis players. Along with showing off her skills on the court, she maintains a strong supporting portfolio with Adidas, Maui Jim eyewear and Babolat. His current net worth is $13.2 million.

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