|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Age||31 years (born December 7, 1990)|
|Residence||Monte Carlo, Monaco|
|Source of Wealth||Tennis prize money and endorsements|
|Endorsements||Wilson, Ascis, Volvo, AA Drink, Setteo and Isdin.|
David Goffin is a professional tennis player from Belgium. Since turning pro in 2009, he has found considerable success on the ATP Tour. He has won five titles in his career so far, while being a finalist on nine other occasions. His best performance at the Grand Slams has been a quarterfinal appearance at the 2016 French Open, 2017 Australian Open and the 2019 Wimbledon. The biggest highlight of his career has been reaching the final of the season ending ATP Finals in 2017. He defeated both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer en route to the title round. He reached a career high ranking of World No. 7 following that.
How much is David Goffin’s net worth in 2022?
David Goffin’s salary
As there’s no fixed income from playing tennis compared to other sports, Goffin’s salary is the prize money he earns from tennis. So far he has earned more than $15 million throughout his career.
David Goffin’s endorsements
Goffin’s apparel and racquet sponsors are Asics and Wilson respectively. He was a brand ambassador for Mercedes Benz before, but since 2020 has been signed by Volvo. His other brand deals include skincare company Isdin, health drink company AA Drink and the social network for racquet sports, Setteo.
David Goffin’s house
Although originally from Belgium, Goffin now resides in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
David Goffin’s cars
Goffin currently owns a Volvo XC60 along with a Mercedes Benz.
David Goffin’s charity
Goffin has participated in various charity initiatives throughout his career. In 2017, he took part in a charity exhibition at the Monte Carlo Masters to benefit the Monaco Red Cross.
What nationality is David Goffin?
He is Belgian.
Where does David Goffin live?
He currently lives in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
How tall is David Goffin?
Goffin’s height is 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in).
Is David Goffin injured?
In September 2021, Goffin announced he would end his season early due to a knee injury. He’s competing on the tour once again from the start of 2022.