Nick Kyrgios is an Australian professional Tennis player who came in light when he had defeated Rafael Nadal in 2014 to become the first male debutant to reach the Wimbledon quarter finals since Florian Mayer in 2004.
Nick Kyrgios salary and prize money
He has an estimated net worth of $10 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 has won $5,148,848 as prize money, a number which is increasing rapidly as he plays. Nick has a bad boy image, thanks to his on and off-court behavior. Nevertheless, he manages to earn approximately $4 million per year from his game and several endorsements.
The bad-boy image has also costed 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 Endorsements
Nick's handsome facial features help him to attract owners to make him face of their companies and to feature in their commercials. At present, Kyrgios has multiple endorsement deals with Yonex, Nike and headphone giant Beats.
Nick is a young talent who has already defeated modern-day-legends of tennis such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. He is a future tennis star for sure. Keeping all this in mind, various multinational companies has already started to woo him but it is his image, which functions as a roadblock in the way. As stated in his Wikipedia page.
| Name|| Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios|
| Net worth|| US$10 Million (estimated)|
| Source of wealth|| Tennis|
| Citizenship|| Australian|
| Residence|| Canberra, Australia|