|Net Worth||$195 million|
|Resides at||Bradenton, Florida, U.S.|
|Endorsements||Nike, Porsche, Tiffany, Tropicana, Gatorade, Tag Heuer, Land Rover, Motorola etc.|
|Sources of income||ProfessionalTennis, Endorsements|
Table of Contents
- What is Maria Sharapova's net worth?
- Maria Sharapova: Career Earnings
- Maria Sharapova: Endorsements
- Maria Sharapova: Investments
- Maria Sharapova: Other sources of Income
- Maria Sharapova: Expenditures
- Maria Sharapova: Charity
Maria Yuryevna Sharapova is a former professional tennis player. Sharapova was born on 19 April 1987 and hails from Russia. Sharapova represents Russia at the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), but has lived in the United States since 1994. Sharapova is also an Olympic medalist. She won the silver medal in women's singles at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
Sharapova has five grand slams to her name. Her first was at Wimbledon 2004. She then won the US Open in 2006, Australian Open in 2008 and French Open on two occasions in 2012 and 2014 respectively. She reached her career best ranking of #1 in August, 2005.
What is Maria Sharapova's net worth?
According to The Richest, Maria Sharapova has an approximate net worth of $195 million in 2020, Celebrity Net Worth estimates it to be around $135 million. According to Forbes, Sharapova's career earnings is estimated to be a whopping $325 millions.
Maria Sharapova Career Earnings
The Women's Tennis Association approximated $38,777,962 as her career earnings.
Maria Sharapova Endorsements
Apart from being a champion tennis player, Maria Sharapova is a public figure and brand ambassador for several businesses. In fact her earnings from commercial endorsements exceed her tournament winnings. A large portion of Sharapova's Net Worth can be attributed to her endorsement. She was named as the highest-paid female athlete in the world by Forbes Magazine in March 2006.
Her annual earnings were then estimated to be over US$18 million. She posed in a six-page bikini photo shoot spread in the 2006 Valentine's Day issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, alongside 25 other supermodels. Sharapova has endorsed brands like Motorola, Land Rover, Tag Heuer and jeweler Tiffany.
She was a part of the award-winning Nike campaign "Pretty", in the summer of 2006. She had sponsorship deals with Gatorade and Tropicana from 2007-09. Sharapova has also featured in several tennis-related video games including Top Spin series, Virtua Tennis series, and Grand Slam Tennis series. In 2010 Sharapova renewed her contract with Nike, signing an 8-year deal for $70 million. In 2013, Sharapova signed a three-year deal with Porsche becoming a brand ambassador.
Maria Sharapova Investments
Maria owns her own candy brand, Sugarpova which amounts as her biggest and major investment. But she has a few other investments apart from her candy brand. Maria appeared as a guest shark on Shark Tank. She invested in wearable wrist and ankle weights company, Bala Bangles with fellow shark Mark Cuban. They got a 30% stake in the company for $900,000.
Maria Sharapova Other sources of Income
Apart from endorsing Nike, Sharapova had also launched her own tennis apparel line, the Nike Maria Sharapova Collection, in 2010. She is under a royalty contract from the sale of the collection. Sharapova also owns a premium candy brand named Sugarpova. Sugarpova was launched in 2013. Sugarpova candies are all natural and made from NON-GMO ingredients.
Maria Sharapova Expenditures
Maria Sharapova loves cars and has nine luxury cars worth $3 Million which include brands like Mercedes Benz, Range Rover, Audi, and Porsche. Maria Sharapova also owns a luxury home at Longboat Key, Florida. She bought this home in 2015, with an estimated value of around $8 Million. She owns other multiple properties. Maria also has private investments of $192 million.
Maria Sharapova Charity
Maria Sharapova is a very kind and generous person. She is involved with about 10 charities including the Maria Sharapova Foundation. In 2007, Maria Sharapova became the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and donated $100,000 to Chernobyl-related projects.
Sharapova is involved with the following charities:
- l Fund
- Great Ormond Street Hospital
- Hero in Heels
- Maria Sharapova Foundation
- Small Steps Project
- United Nations Development Programme
- Variety - The Children's Charity
- Wish Upon A Hero Foundation