Cristian Garin net worth

NameChristian Gari Net Worth
Age26 years old
Networth$5 million
Source of Wealth Prize money from tournaments and Endorsements
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse -
Residency Santiago, Chile‎

What is the net worth of Cristian Garin in 2022?

Cristian Ignacio Garin Medone is a Chilean tennis player who won the Junior French Open in 2013, beating Alexander Zverev in the final. He became the youngest Chilean player to win an ATP Tour match as he ousted Duan Lajovic in the first round of the 2013 VTR Open at the age of 16 years and 8 months. He holds an estimated net worth of $4-$5 million USD.

Cristian Garin's Salary and Earnings

The professional player had tournament prize money as his major income and has earned estimated prize money of $5,009,483 in his entire tennis career. In 2022, he earned $1,408,343 through his tournament wins.

Cristian Garin’s prize money over the past years

YearPrice Money ( in USD)

Cristian Garin’s Endorsements

After quitting Wilson in 2018, Garin has a racquet agreement with Head from 2019. In 2019, Adidas started supporting him with clothing and athletic gear. Soon after he won the ATP Houston in April 2019, he was appointed as the brand ambassador for the banking business Banco de Chile. Additionally, he has a partnership with Gillette.

Cristian Garin’s Charity work and other investments

There is no sufficient information to talk about his charity.

Where is Cristian Garin’s house located?

Cristian currently resides in Santiago, Chile. Where his house is located

but other details and the worth of his home are not available at the moment.

Which Car does Cristian Garin own?

No available information about his cars.

Cristian Garin's career titles over the past years

All five of Garin's ATP Tour titles have come on clay surfaces. He reached three finals in five events in early 2019, achieving his first consistent performances on the ATP Tour. He finished second in the 2019 Brasil Open, won his first ATP championship at the 2019 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships, and added a second victory at the 2019 BMW Open. At the 2020 Córdoba Open, he won his third championship. Garin, the sixth Chilean man to ever be rated in the top 20, claimed his first ATP Tour 500 championship at the 2020 Rio Open.