Kevin Anderson Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A tennis player, his ranking, salary, endorsement, titles
Facts of Kevin Anderson Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A tennis player, his ranking, salary, endorsement, titles
|Net worth||$6 million|
|Date of Birth:||1986 May 18|
|Age:||35 years old|
|Birth Nation:||South Africa|
|Height:||6 Feet 6 Inch|
A popular South African professional tennis player, Kevin Anderson has an estimated net worth of over $9 million in 2021. The Association of Tennis Professionals ranked him in the world's no 90 in men's singles as of 2021.
Income Sources of Kevin Anderson
Kevin is a wealthy person and has stacked up a huge net worth of $9 million through his hard work and dedication in his career as a tennis player. Kevin has altogether won $17,135,531 in the prize money. Furthermore, his annual earning is around $2 million. Besides his professional winnings, Kevin also earns a good amount of money from RealLifeTennis.com which is an online tennis coaching website which he co-founded with coach GD Jones and wife Kelsey O’Neal. The website offers individual coaching packages for $39.99 each or bundled at $119.99. He also does several brand endorsements and also makes good money from them.
Assets and Properties of Kevin Anderson
According to reports and details, Kevin lives in Gulf Stream, Florida, U.S. Johannesburg, South Africa. But the details of his house, property, cars and other assets have not been revealed yet. Any information regarding Kevin's assets and property will be updated.
The Career of Kevin Anderson
Kevin started playing tennis in his college days. Kevin played both singles as well as double tournaments. His professional career officially began at the age of 17. In his early career, Kevin won four main-draw matches in the four-week tournament. He also won the Botswana F1 but he just reached the semifinals of F2. At the age of 19, Kevin reached the semifinals of USA F21.
Moreover, he also played in his first Challenger tournament. In June 2005, Kevin also played his first pro tournament and reached the finals of USA F13 and F21. In the year 2006, he won the USA F13. In the 2007 Challenger in New Orleans, Kevin won all 13 matches at singles as well as doubles tournaments.
In the year 2008, he participated in his first Grand Slam tournament but he couldn't win the tournament. One of his biggest victories came in the Sony Ericsson Open where he defeated Novak Djokovic in the second round. Still, he wasn't able to win the title. In May 2009, Kevin won his first Challenger title at Sanremo Challenger. In the year 2010, Kevin made it until the third round of the US Open for the first time. Kevin also reached the third round of the Rogers Cup but eventually ended up losing with then no. 1 Rafael Nadal.
In the year 2011, he reached the semifinals of the Brisbane International Tournament but was defeated by Andy Roddick. However, at the SA Open, he won his first ATP title. In the year 2013, Kevin won his second ATP title at Delray Beach.
Alongside his major victories, Kevin also tasted failure as he failed to win the title at French Open and Australian Open. Despite reaching the finals at Sydney International in the year 2014, he eventually lost the match against Bernard Tomic. Kevin reached 1st Grand Slam 4th-Round at French Open. The year 2015 was somewhat his year cause his best performances were seen but he didn't even win a single tournament.
In the year 2016, Kevin defeated top-five opponents in different tournaments. Unfortunately, he failed to win the title at Mexican Open by getting defeated by Grigor Dimitrov. Kevin got defeated with Stan Wawrinka in the quarterfinals of the Indian Wells Masters. In the same year 2016, he faced a knee injury while playing Chennai Open which eventually resulted in Kevin's bad performance throughout the tournaments. Kevin was the finalist of the US Open in the year 2017 where he got defeated by Rafael Nadal. He became the runner-up of the tournament. Whereas in the US Open 2018, he was defeated by Dominic Thiem in the round of 16.
Awards and Achievements of Kevin Anderson
Kevin has achieved several successes and achievements throughout his tennis career. He has won six titles and has become the runner-up 13 times in the Single's Tournament whereas he has won the title once and has become the runner-up thrice in Double's Tournament. Detailed information of his victories are given below-
1. In the year 2011, he defeated Somdev Devvarman at the SA Open and won the ATP World Tour 250 Series.
2. In the year 2012, he defeated Marinko Matosevic at the Delray Beach Open and won the ATP World Tour 250 Series.
3. In the year 2015, he defeated Pierre-Hugues Herbert at the Winston-Salem Open and won the ATP World Tour 250 Series.
4. In the year 2018, he defeated Sam Querrey at the New York Open and won the ATP World Tour 250 Series.
5. In the year 2018, he defeated Kei Nishikori at the Vienna Open and won the ATP World Tour 500 Series.
6. In the year 2019, he defeated Ivo Karlović at the Maharashtra Open and won the ATP World Tour 500 Series.
7. In the year 2014, he along with his partner (Matthew Ebden) defeated the duo of Feliciano López and Max Mirnyi at the Mexican Open and won the ATP World Tour 500 Series.
Personal Life and Family of Kevin Anderson
Kevin was born on May 18, 1986, in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is the son of Michael Kevin Anderson and Barbara Anderson. He also has a brother, Gregory. In the year 2011, he got married to Kelsey O'Neal. On September 27, 2019, the couple was gifted with their first child, Keira. The couple is living a happy married life. Before getting married, Kevin had been in two relationships. In the year 1993, he started dating Emily Lloyd. But the relationship didn't last long. He also dated Dawn Spence.
Kevin Anderson: Engagement on Online World
Being a talented and famous tennis player and due to his remarkable performances in several matches and tournaments, Kevin has a huge fan base. Kevin is socially active on many social platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has 130k followers on his Instagram account and 105.4k followers on his Twitter account.
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