Alexander Zverev Net Worth

Last Modified Nov 03, 2022 13:45 GMT
NameAlexander Zverev
Age25 years old
Net Worth$15 million USD
Source of Wealth Prize money from tournaments and Endorsements
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse -
ChildrenOne daughter, Myla
Residency Monte Carlo, Monaco.

What is the net worth of Alexander Zverev in 2022?

The German celebrity has earned a good enough sum from his prize money and endorsements. Zverev holds a net worth of $30 million USD in the running year,2022. He won a gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Zverev has been holding the top 10 ranking list since 2017. Zverev has contributed significantly to Team Europe's early success at the Laver Cup by winning the decisive matches in 2018 and 2019.

Alexander Zverev's net worth over the past years?

Year Net worth (in USD)
2019$10 million
2020$17 million
2021$20 million
2022$30 million

Alexander Zverev’s Salary and earning

The 25-year-old popular player has earned a sum of $32,407,055 in his tennis career so far. In 2022, he earned $2,585,002 from his tours and tournaments.

Alexander Zverev’s Endorsement in 2022

Many popular brands seek Zverev’s endorsement for their publicity. Those brands include Head, Peugeot, Z-Zegna, Rolex, Adidas, and Richard Mille.

Alexander Zverev Car Collection

Alexander is the owner of a BMW i8 Roadster with a $163,300 market value along with quite good luxurious car collections.

Alexander Zverev House and Properties

Alexander Zverev lives and owns a luxurious house in Monte Carlo, Monaco.The details of which are not updated.

Alexander Zverev’s career

The German has a perfect baseline game with super aggressive play making sure to hit the ball down the line. He is popularly known as former junior no.1 and his highest career ranking was no.2. Since July 2017, he has consistently occupied a spot in the top 10 according to the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) rankings, reaching as high as No. 2 in the world. Highlights of Zverev's career include victories at the ATP Finals in 2018 and 2021 as well as a gold medal in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He reached his first major final at the 2020 US Open and lost to Dominic Thiem in the final. He has won 19 ATP Tour singles championships and two in doubles. With five Masters 1000 victories, Zverev is the only active player outside of the Big Four. He is presently rehabilitating from an ankle injury he suffered when playing Rafael Nadal in the French Open 2022 quarterfinal.