Nick Kyrgios Net Worth

Last Modified Jan 25, 2024 17:41 GMT
Nick Kyrgios Net Worth
Nick Kyrgios


NameNicholas Hilmy Kyrgios
Source of IncomeTennis, Endorsements
Estimated wealthEstimated $10 million
Age 28 years old
Marital statusUnmarried
Main EndorsementsYonex, Nike, Beats
CitizenshipAustralian
Prize Money$12,486,696
ResidenceCanberra and Sydney (Australia), Nassau (The Bahamas)
CharityNick Kyrgios Foundation, Aces for Bushfire Relief


Australian tennis player Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios was born on April 27, 1995. After turning pro in 2013, he achieved his highest ATP singles ranking, No. 13 in the world, on October 24, 2016. Currently unranked due to his extended absence from the tour, Kyrgios has reached eleven finals, including a major final at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships and a 2017 Cincinnati Masters Masters 1000 final. He has secured seven ATP Tour singles titles, including the 2019 and 2022 Washington Opens.


In doubles, Nick Kyrgios peaked at No. 11 on November 7, 2022. At the 2022 Australian Open, he clinched a Grand Slam doubles title and reached the Miami Open semifinals twice with Thanasi Kokkinakis. He also excelled in three major singles tournaments' quarterfinals: 2022 US Open, 2015 Australian Open, and 2014 Wimbledon. The 28-year-old, based between Canberra and Sydney, gained fame by defeating Rafael Nadal in 2014 to be Wimbledon's first male debutant quarter-finalist since 2004. He is a popular Australian tennis figure, backed by his Davis Cup, ATP Cup, and Olympic participation.


Since the 2023 season, Nick Kyrgios has been dealing with constant injury issues, keeping him out of the circuit even in early 2024. However, he recently rubbished rumors that he was set to retire, claiming that he is waiting to return. Kyrgios has an aggressive style of play, dominated by his serve and forehand. He has a bag full of tricks up his sleeve, and is known for his on-court antics. Having beaten all members of the Big-3 in the past, it is safe to say that Nick Kyrgios is among the besrt players in the world when he is at his best.


What is Nick Kyrgios' Net Worth in 2024?

Nick Kyrgios has an estimated net worth of $10 million, as of January 2024. This includes his luxurious home in Canberra, Australia, and his car collection which comprises brands such as BMW, Mercedes Benz and Range Rover.


Nick Kyrgios' tennis tournament winnings and brand endorsement contracts are the main factors contributing to his enormous net worth. He has earned more than $12.4 million in prize money so far, winning 11 ATP tournaments including singles and doubles along the way. His net worth and yearly salary have increased significantly as a result of his partnerships with well-known companies outside of tennis, including Nike, Yonex, and many others.


Nick Kyrgios Prize Money

Nick Kyrgios earns around $2 million per year, according to average estimates (before injury). His earnings from tennis competitions account for the majority of his yearly income, with brand endorsements accounting for the remainder. As of January 2024, Nick Kyrgios had already made around $12,486,696 from tennis prize money.


Nick Kyrgios Endorsements

Nick Kyrgios has earned himself some noteworthy endorsement deals, courtesy his immensely successful career thus far. At present, Kyrgios has multiple endorsement deals with Yonex, Nike and headphone giant Beats.


However, Nick Kyrgios' bad-boy image has also cost him some endorsements in the past. Australian clothing company, Bonds ended their partnership with him during his controversies of 2015. In 2016, he was suspended and fined for allegedly 'tanking' in the Shanghai Rolex Masters, after which Malaysian Airlines decided to distance itself from Nick. He is also a founding member of the website, PlayersVoice. However, the income he generates from such endorsements is not yet known.


Nick Kyrgios Investments

Nick Kyrgios is the founder of sports athlete media company PlayersVoice, in addition to being an investor in the digital platform. He also co-hosted the 'No Boundaries' podcast with another ATP player, Alexander Babanine.


Nick Kyrgios Net Worth
Nick Kyrgios


Nick Kyrgios House and Cars

In addition to his residence in his birthplace of Canberra, Nick Kyrgios also owns a house in the Bahamas. The Canberra house has three bathrooms, four bedrooms, a suite, and a gameroom. It offers a covered deck and large backyard. Not much is known of the Australian's Bahamas home, as it is primarily his vacation spot. Since the pandemic, Kyrgios has spent most of his time back home in Australia.


Other than the usual cars owned by athletes like Mercedes Benz (C Class) and BMW (M3), Nick Kyrgios’ prized possessions are the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and Tesla Model X. He also owns a Nissan r35 GTR. It is estimated that he owns more than half a million dollars worth in cars alone.


Nick Kyrgios Charity Work

Nick Kyrgios led the charity drive in Australia after the bushfire crisis of 2020. He proposed to conduct an exhibition tournament prior to the Australian Open and donate the proceeds to people who suffered losses due to the catastrophe. He further stated that he would donate $200 for every ace he hit during the summer. Other tennis players also joined in supporting the cause and raised over AUD 5 million. He also created the Nick Kyrgios Foundation, that offers sporting opportunities to underprivileged youth.

FAQs

A. The net worth of Nick Kyrgios is estimated to be $10 million, as of January 2024.

A. Nick Kyrgios is an Australian by birth, born in Australia’s capital city of Canberra. His father is Greek, while his mother belongs to an aristocratic family from Malaysia. 

A. Nick Kyrgios has never had a coach; he has even gone on record to say that tennis coaches are overpaid.

A. Nick Kyrgios’ current girlfriend is Costeen Hatzi, who is an Australian model and personal blogger.

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