Lindsay Davenport Net Worth: A Former tennis player, her earnings, family, husband, children
Facts of Lindsay Davenport Net Worth: A Former tennis player, her earnings, family, husband, children
|Net worth||$20 million|
|Date of Birth:||1976 June 8|
|Age:||46 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 3 Inch|
Lindsay Ann Davenport Leach, an American former professional tennis player, and current tennis coach has an estimated net worth of around $20 million.
Lindsay has been ranked world No. 1 for her performance as a player on eight different occasions, for a total of 98 weeks.
Income Source of Lindsay Davenport
The main source of income for Lindsay Davenport is her successful career as a tennis player. She amassed career-earnings of $22,166,338 dollars; currently eighth in the all-time rankings among female tennis players and formerly first, prior to being surpassed by Serena Williams in January 2009. The earning details are not revealed.
Assets of Lindsay Davenport - $4.25 Million Hawaiian Retreat Is on a Golf Course
Former tennis star Lindsay Davenport has purchased a house in Hawaiin residence on $4.25 million. The house was built in the area of 3400 sq ft in 2015. The house has a vaulted wood ceiling, kitchen with a breakfast bar and four bedrooms.
Early Life of Lindsay Davenport
Lindsay Davenport was born on June 8, 1976, in the Peninsula of Palos Verdes, Los Angeles, California, USA. She is the daughter of Wink Davenport, who played for the US volleyball team in 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City and her mother Ann Davenport is the president of the Southern California Volleyball Association.
She grew up in the athlete family with two older sisters Leiann and Shannon. Lindsay Davenport started playing tennis from an early age at six. Robert Lansdorp coached her for tennis. She had done her schooling from Chadwick School in Palos Verdes Peninsula, California. Her family moved to Murrieta, California when she was 16 and graduated from Murrieta Valley High School.
Career of Lindsay Davenport
Lindsay Davenport chose her career on Tennis when she was just six years old. She also joined the United States Tennis Association junior team when she was just 14 years old. She has won the Junior U.S. Open in 1992. In 1993, TENNIS Magazine and World Team Tennis gave her the title "The Rookie of the Year."
She performed incredibly in Tennis ' Open Era. She achieved three different Grand Slam titles for the consecutive years 1998, 1999, and 2000 without losing a single set. In her profession, there is a long list of her awards and accomplishments. Besides that, she's chosen as a WTA player. She also received the Diamond ACES Award in 1998 and 1999.
In 2006-2007, Davenport had a small break to deliver her first baby. She played doubles in 2011 French Open, winning the' Women's Legends Doubles.' Her successful career was coached mostly by 'Robert Van't Hof'.
She became the tennis coach after retiring from her professional tennis career. At the beginning of 2015 season, she coached Madison Keys. In all male and female tennis players, TENNIS Magazine also placed her at 29th.
Personal Life of Lindsay Davenport
Davenport married Jon Leach, an investment banker from Morgan Stanley and a former tennis player from the University of Southern California all-American, in Hawaii on April 25, 2003. Jon Leach is a brother of Rick Leach who is the former coach of Davenport.
In late 2006 and much of 2007, Davenport took a break from competitive tennis to have a baby son, Jagger Jonathan, born on June 10, 2007, in Newport Beach, California. On June 27, 2009, in Newport Beach, California, she gave birth to a daughter, Lauren Andrus. On January 16, 2012, she gave birth to her third child, Kaya Emory.
Haven Michelle, the fourth child of the couple (and third daughter), was born on January 6, 2014. She currently owns a home in the Shady Canyon district of Irvine, California and Laguna Beach, California as well.
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