STAN WAWRINKA’S NET WORTH 2021
Stan The Man might be a bit of a late bloomer in the world of tennis, but he has certainly made his mark on the game. His fortunes have seen a swift rise but the question remains, how did Stan earn his wealth?
Stanislas Wawrinka is a Swiss professional tennis player and is currently ranked 18th on the singles category for the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). In 2014, he reached 3rd on the ATP list which also happened to be his best-ever ranking.
Wawrinka has played four 4 Grand Slams finals over the course of his career, with his lone defeat coming against the Spaniard, Rafael Nadal, in the 2017 French Open. Apart from that, he won the 2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open, and 2016 US Open.
Net Worth: $20 Million
Date of Birth: 28 March 1985
Endorsements: Yonex, Jet Craft, Evian Live Young, Lockit, Audemars Piguet.
EX-Spouse: Ilham Vuilloud
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.82 m)
He has also won gold for Switzerland at the 2008 Olympics in the men’s double category, as well as the 2014 Davis Cup, both with his teammate Roger Federer.
The Economist has dubbed Stanislas as the “Tennis’ great latecomer” due to his success in the later years of his career. Due to his rapid rise to the top in such a quick span, he’s also been hailed as a part of the ‘Big Five’, formerly known as the ‘Big Four’.
Stan has also made a reputation for himself being one of the best single-handed backhands currently in tennis. He’s a powerful offensive baseliner, capable of impressive performances on most surfaces.
His backhand, considered to be a weakness, has improved over the course of time, and he’s also capable of using the serve and volley tactic during games.
What is Stan Wawrinka’s net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Stan Wawrinka’s net worth is estimated at around $20 million.
Over the course of his career, the Swiss player has earned over $30 million in prize money as a professional tennis player.
Stan signed a record-breaking deal in 2014 with Japanese sports equipment manufacturer, Yonex. The deal was believed to be worth $20 million over a course of 4 years. Yonex described it as a lucrative deal since it covered shoes, clothes, and racquets during the length of the agreement.
The 35-year-old is also a brand ambassador for TGV Lyria; a train service between various cities of France and Switzerland.
Despite his injury in 2017, the Swiss tennis star hasn’t seemed to slow down. With endorsement money coming in, along with potential future prospects, Stan still has major gains to be made.
Stan Personal Life & Social Media
The 3 time Grand Slam winner was formerly dating fellow tennis player from Croatia, Donna Vekic. The couple was together since 2015, however, due to their differences, they decided to split ways in 2019.
Stan was married to Ilham Vuilloud prior to his relationship with Donna. They have a daughter together, named, Alexia.