Nick Kyrgios Net worth

NameNicholas Hilmy Kyrgios
Source of IncomeTennis
Estimated wealth$15 million
Age 26 years
Marital statusIn a relationship
EndorsementsYonex, Nike, Beats
Prize Money$8,987,950
ResidenceCanberra (Australia), Nassau (The Bahamas)
CharityNick Kyrgios Foundation, Aces for Bushfire Relief

Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios is an Australian professional Tennis player who came to light when he defeated Rafael Nadal in 2014 to become the first male debutant to reach the Wimbledon quarter finals since Florian Mayer in 2004. Since then Kyrgios has gone on to become one of the most popular Australian tennis players because of his on-court showmanship and his off-court bad boy behavior.

Kyrgios has gone on to represent the country at the Davis Cup, ATP Cup and the Olympics.

How much is Nick Kyrgios’ net worth in 2022?

He has an estimated net worth of $15 million, which includes his luxurious home in Canberra, Australia. He has a small car collection also which comprises brands such as BMW, Mercedes Benz and Range Rover.

Nick Kyrgios’ Prize money

Nick has won $8,987,950 as prize money over his entire career. It is the major source of income for the Australian.

Nick Kyrgios’ Endorsements

Nick's handsome facial features help him to attract owners to make him the face of their companies and to feature in their commercials. At present, Kyrgios has multiple endorsement deals with Yonex, Nike and headphone giant Beats.

The 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 tanking in Shanghai Rolex Masters, after this incident Malaysian Airlines had decided to distance itself from Nick.

Nick Kyrgios’ Investments

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

Nick Kyrgios’ house and cars

In addition to his residence in his birthplace of Canberra, 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 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), 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

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.


What is Nick Kyrgios’ heritage?

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. However, she dropped her title as princess when she moved to Australia.

Does Nick Kyrgios have a coach?

Interestingly, Nick Kyrgios has never had a coach. Kyrgios has even gone on record saying that tennis coaches are overpaid in his opinion and that his career is too far gone now to appoint a coach anymore.

Who is Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend?

Nick Kyrgios’ current girlfriend is Costeen Hatzi, who is an Australian model and personal blogger. The two have been in a relationship since before the start of 2022, going public during their new year celebrations. The pair were spotted together during his 2022 Australian Open preparations and Hatzi was in attendance during Kyrgios’ matches at the tournament.

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