Before hanging up his racket in 2006, Andre Kirk Agassi won a career Grand Slam and recorded $31.2 million in career earnings.
Forbes estimated his net worth today is about $175 million.
Agassi’s post-retirement ventures
The main source of this sum of money is clearly Agassi’s successful career as a tennis player. Some of the most important achievements include titles of ITF World Champion, ATP Player of the Year and ATP Most Improved Player.
In addition to this, Andre is involved in various business affairs, which also add to his net worth. Despite the fact that he does not play tennis anymore, there are still many activities that Andre has to take care of.
Andre Agassi now mainly plays for charity and is involved in various philanthropic endeavours.Andre is the founder of the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation and raised over $60 million, which works with at-risk children in Nevada and also funds a charter school.
He is regularly cited as the most charitable and socially involved player in professional tennis.It has also been claimed that he may be the most charitable athlete of his generation.
Andre Agassi Endorsements and Investments
Being a renowned face in the world of tennis, Agassi has endorsed many prominent brands like Donnay, Penn, Nike and Adidas. He has worked with companies such as Kia Motors,Ebel, Mountain Dew,Mazda,American Express among others which added a lot to his net worth.
Over the years, he has also owned number of restaurants and has invested in night clubs, resorts and furniture stores.
He also created the Turner-Agassi Charter School Facilities Fund, which is an investment initiative for social change which focuses on the effort to move charter schools into permanent campuses.
Agassi has also established a limited liability company named Andre Agassi Ventures.
Along with his wife Steffi Graf, he founded Agassi Graf Holdings and also launched a furniture line called Agassi Graf Collection.
They also invested in online ticket resellerviagogo and both serve as board members and advisors of the company.
Agassi and Graf, with other investors decided to build a water park in Las Vegas with around 50% stake.
His autobiography ‘Open: An Autobiography’ came out in 2009 and has become a bestseller.