Fabrice Santoro Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Tennis Player, his Earnings, Rankings, Wife, Kids, Age

Fabrice Santoro Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Tennis Player, his Earnings, Rankings, Wife, Kids, Age

Facts of Fabrice Santoro Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Tennis Player, his Earnings, Rankings, Wife, Kids, Age

Net worth$15 Million
Date of Birth:1972 December 9
First NameFabrice Vetea
Last NameSantoro
Age:51 years old
Birth Nation: French Polynesia
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch

A former French professional tennis player, Fabrice Vetea Santoro has an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2024. Fabrice is popularly known for his cheery attitude on court and his vast arsenal of trick shots.

Fabrice Santoro

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Income Source of Fabrice Santoro-

Fabrice has made most of his income from his career as a professional tennis player. As of 2024, his total earnings from prize money is $10,021,132 and has an estimated net worth of $15 Million as of February, 2024. 

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Assets and Properties of Fabrice Santoro-

Fabrice prefers keeping his personal life including his assets & properties private. Fabrice owns a home near Ajaccio, but no exact details regarding Fabrice's house,and other properties have been revealed.

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The Career of Fabrice Santoro-

Fabrice Playing

Fabrice faced initial setbacks in the junior tournaments of the 1988 French and US Opens but bounced back by winning the 1989 Junior French Open and reaching the semifinals in the Junior US Open, achieving a career-high junior ranking of No. 3. On the professional tour, Santoro made notable achievements, becoming the oldest player to win consecutive ATP singles championships when he defended his 2007 title by winning the 2008 Newport tournament at 35 years old. He also played the longest singles match in the open era at the 2004 French Open, lasting 6 hours and 33 minutes, and defeating Arnaud Clément.

Santoro's singles career highlights include reaching the quarterfinals of the 2006 Australian Open and defeating numerous former world No. 1 players, including Novak Djokovic, Pete Sampras, and Roger Federer. In doubles, he won the 2003 and 2004 Australian Open titles with Michaël Llodra, the 2005 French Open mixed doubles title with Daniela Hantuchová, and the 2005 Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai with Llodra again.

Known for his cheerful demeanor and inventive style of play, Santoro earned the nickname "The Magician" from Pete Sampras. He retired in 2009 but briefly returned in 2010 to play in the Australian Open, achieving a record of playing in Grand Slam tournaments across four decades. While Feliciano López surpassed Santoro's record for most singles losses by a professional player as of the 2019 Davis Cup Finals, Santoro maintains a positive win-loss record, with 470 wins and 444 losses over his career.

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Personal Life and Family of Fabrice Santoro-

Fabrice with his wife

He was born on December 9, 1972 in Tahiti, French Polynesia. Fabrice is the son of Daniele (Father) and Marcel (Mother). He also has a sibling, Sabine. In the year 2003, Fabrice got married to Estelle and the couple is blessed with two children, a son named Maxime and a daughter named Tess.

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Fabrice Santoro's: Engagement on Online World-

Fabrice is socially active on different social media platforms. As of February 2024, he is followed by 13.4k followers on Instagram, and 11.2k followers on Twitter.

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