The name Pete Sampras is synonymous with glory. He is also known as “Pistol Pete” for his unusual and unique style of play which helped him remain a champion for a very long time.
Sampras reached the number one ranking only four years after he turned pro in 1988. He has sixty-four singles titles to his name and two doubles titles. He was named the ATP Player of the Year for five years in a row, from 1993 to 1998.
Sampras has an estimated net worth of a staggering $160 million. All the milestones he has achieved are proof of his luxurious lifestyle. Along with his wife, he is said to have a net worth of about $168 million, and now live with their two kids.
Sampras owns quite a few mansions in California, where he lives now. He is also a fan of Porsche cars. He also owns other expensive cars that add up to his collection.
He purchased his first house in 2009 along with his wife in California for $5.9 million, only to modify it later and sell it off for $7.25 million.
Pete Sampras’s total prize money
Having won a total of 64 A grade singles titles which includes 14 Grand Slam titles, and two doubles titles, Sampras has amassed a total amount of $43,280,489 in just the prize winnings.
He is now the No.1 ATP Heritage Player all thanks to a massive career.
Among the tennis legends, Sampras is second in the list with the highest net worth, just behind former rival Andre Agassi.
Pete is a member of American Cancer Awareness Society, Aces for Charity, board member of Tim and Tom Gullikson Foundation, Vitas Gerulaitis Youth Foundation and Kids' Stuff Foundation (benefactors) and Pete Sampras Classic (A golf event for Tim and Tom Gullikson Foundation).
| Age|| Source of wealth|
| Career and Price Money|| Total Earnings|
|Marital Status|| Residence|
|Married (to Bridgette Wilson)||Los Angeles, California, USA|