Aryna Sabalenka is a professional tennis player and hails from Belarus. She has been a top-five singles player, and a former Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) doubles World No.1 for her success on the court with a partner (WTA). The Belarusian tennis player won the US Open in 2019 and the Australian Open in 2021. She holds a total of sixteen WTA titles, ten from the singles and six from the doubles competition.
Aryna Sabalenka Net Worth
In 2022, Aryna Sabalenka will have a net worth of $9 million. She has won $10,478,895 in prize money during her professional tennis career. In just a few months, she has raked in close to $1 million from her slew of wins this year.
Although Sabalenka does not have a set wage, she earns approximately $1.5 million each year through her professional career and sponsorship deals. She is now ranked at #54 in WTA career earnings and #28 in 2022 season earnings.
|Net Worth||$9 million|
|Age||23 years (born May 5, 1998)|
|Residence||Miami, Florida, US|
|Source of Wealth||Tennis prize money and endorsements|
|Endorsements||Nike and Wilson|
Aryna Sabalenka Childhood
At age six, Aryna began playing tennis. It all began when her dad, tennis pro-Sergey Sabalenka, took her out on the court. Aryna’s father passed away in November 2019. Sabalenka, who reached a career-high ranking of No.4 in the world in May of 2021, sports a tiger tattoo on her left arm. She now refers to herself as “The Tiger,” a moniker derived from her tattoo. In an interview, Sabalenka mentioned that her father, Sergey, who passed away in 2019, had been a hockey player. Her mother’s identity, however, remains a mystery. Besides this, Sabalenka has a younger sister.
Aryna Sabalenka Personal Life
Sabalenka is dating Konstantin Koltsov, a former ice hockey player for the Belarus national team. Koltsov has been a representative of Belarus in the Winter Olympics and IIHF World Championships for the past 18 years. He ended his professional career for good in 2016. They made their debut as a doubles team in the 2021 Roland Garros Championships, won by Sabalenka and Koltsov.
Aryna Sabalenka Career
Sabalenka has been a dedicated tennis player ever since she was six years old when she first picked up a racquet. In 2015, Sabalenka received her first major break. She was relatively young, only 17. This year, she has won three singles championships, and one doubles victory on the ITF circuit.
In 2017, she broke into the WTA’s top 100 for the first time, and she finished the year at No. 78 in the world. Aryna finally placed in the top 20 in 2018. She ended the year as the eleventh-best player in the world. She won her maiden Grand Slam title this year. In doubles play, she took home the US Open title.
Currently, in the year 2022, she is ranked fourth in the world. She holds a total of 10 singles and six doubles world championships. Aryna will most likely continue to grow her library.
Aryna Sabalenka Endorsements
Aryna has won or been awarded numerous prizes from various competitions. She represents NIKE and Wilson as an endorser. The endorsements and other sources of income are expected to bring in around $281,067 annually. Sabalenka currently earns roughly $156,633 per year, based on her WTA earnings.
Aryna Sabalenka Awards and Achievements
She won two tournaments in the Asia ITF circuit and took home a total of $60,000 in prize money. The estimated singles prize pool is $955,295. In 2018, she won her maiden WTA title at the US Open and took home $465,000 in prize money. When Aryana won her first-round match at the 2018 Australian Open, she took home a check for around $2,494,686.
She took home a total of $70,853 in prize money during the 2018 Wimbledon tournament. She took US$2,589,000 in prize money after placing first in the 2018 Wuhan Open. Additionally, she took home $45,621 from the 2017 French Open. To add insult to injury, she also took home $93,523 in third-round prize money at the 2018 Australia Open.
A few of Sabalenka’s Grand Slam appearances are all she is got under her belt thus far. We have compiled her big league statistics.
- Australian Open 2021, 2022 R16x2
- Roland Garros 2020-2022 (French Open) R32x3
- Wimbledon Open 2021 SFx1
- US Open 2021 SFx1