Net Worth: $100 Million Kicking off the top ten is the former American World No.1, John McEnroe. During his career, he won seven Grand Slam Single titles and, in 1999, he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Net Worth: $100 Million This Scottish professional tennis player holds a Wimbledon winner title. Since 2007, Andy has been one of the world’s best tennis players and makes around $10 – $15 million per year from on and off court earnings.
Net Worth: $135 Million Russian Born, Maria Sharapova. resulting from her impressive prowess, has become one of the highest paid female athletes of all time. She has been ranked the female world No. 1 at least five times in her career.
Net Worth: $150 Million Pete Sampras is a retired American tennis player who had an impressive 14-year career, winning 14 Grand Slam singles titles. During his career, he earned roughly around $100 million or more from endorsement deals and guest appearances.
Net Worth: $175 Million Retired American professional tennis player and former World No.1, Andre Agassi, turned pro in 1986, and within two years had won more than $2 million dollars. He is one of only two male tennis players ever to have won a Career Golden Slam.
Net Worth: $180 Million The world champion has won 18 Grand Slam titles, been ranked number one in the world five times, and won gold medals at the London, Sydney, and Beijing Olympics. She earns on average between $10 – $20 million per year from endorsements deals and sponsorships .
Net Worth: $180 Million One of the most passionate tennis players on our list is Rafael Nadal, a professional tennis player from Manacor, Spain. He has earned some of the most prize money in the history of the game, around $103 million dollars.
Net Worth: $200 Million This professional tennis player from Serbia, turned pro in 2003 and has won more than $119 million dollars in tournament prize money. In 2018, Novak won $3.8 million dollars by winning the US Open.
Net Worth: $450 Million He became the youngest member of the ATP’s top 100 and represented Switzerland at the Olympics in 2000. Roger has been ranked as the number one player in the world many times, and has also won Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the French Open and the US Open.
Net Worth: $2 Billion Ion Tiriac has earned the title of the richest tennis player in the world. He’s best known for his success in doubles, where he had twenty-two career wins and ranked nineteenth in doubles tennis in April 1979.