Stefanos Tsitsipas is a 20 year old youngest Greek professional tennis player, ranked as junior number 1 in the world. He turned pro in 2016 and has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars and earned up to $340,493 dollars from his salary and endorsements.
Tsitsipas ranked in the top 20 by the Association of Tennis Professionals(ATP). In 2018, he won his first career title in the Stockholm Open. He is currently living in Vouliagmeni, Greece.
Stefanos Tsitsipas' Income
|Highest Rank||Won||Lost||Titles||Prize Money|
As a prize money, he won US $9,865,605 dollars from his competitions during his overall career.. Tsitsipas was the former number 1 junior in 2016. In 2018, he won a prize money of $2,936,678 USD in the Australian Open and won his first career title "The Stockholm Open" in the same year with the prize money of €600,000.
In the year 2018, Stefanos became the brand ambassador of the leading sports brand "Adidas" and by the end of 2018, Tsitsipas signed with Swiss luxury watchmaker "Rolex".
In his early days, he also worked with the investment service brand Verrazzano Capital. And in the middle of 2018, a social welfare cause named the brand ambassador as Stefanos.
In 2019, Stefanos played his first tournament at the Hopman cup with Maria Sakkari but ended up loosing against Great Britain but then won against United States and Switzerland. in 2019 he won the ATP finals against Dominic Thiem winning him 69.3 Lakhs. Tsitsipas became the first greek to have won the ATP Finals title.
| Age|| 20|
| Source of income || Tennis|
| Prize money (total)||$9,865,605|
|Other source of income (per annum) || $340,493 dollars |
| Residence|| Vouliagmeni, Greece|
| Endorsement|| Rolex, Adidas etc.|
| Marital Status|| Not married |