Stan Wawrinka Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A tennis player, his earnings, ranking, wife, daughter
Facts of Stan Wawrinka Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A tennis player, his earnings, ranking, wife, daughter
|Net worth||$20 million|
|Date of Birth:||1985 March 28|
|Age:||36 years old|
A supremely talented and popular Swiss professional tennis player, Stanislas "Stan" Wawrinka has an estimated net worth of $20 million as of 2021. He is popularly known for his outstanding baseline game and his legendary single-handed backhand shot.
Do you know how Stan Wawrinka made his earnings from his tennis career?
Stan stacked up this huge net worth of $20 million from his career as a professional tennis player. As of 2021, Stan's career earning is reported to be $34,778,26 which puts him in the 6th all-time leader in earnings.
In the year 2018, Stan was considered to be one of the highest-earning tennis players with a $4.4 million earning including his prize money of $133,566. According to the 2017 Forbes list, he was the 7th highest earning Tennis player having a yearly income of $19.2 million which also included the $7.2 million which he received from prize money.
He has also made a good amount of income from endorsements and brand deals. Stan advertizes various sportswear like Nike and racquet brands like Wilson, Volki, and Gamma. In the year 2014, he signed a four-year $20 million deal with sports equipment manufacturer "Yonex". Collectively, Stan's endorsement deals generate an income of around $3.6 million.
Let's find out the Assets and Property of popular Swiss professional tennis player Stan Wawrinka
We already know that Stan Wawrinka is one of the highest-earning tennis players in the world. He surely pileup assets and property in his career.
Stan owns a luxurious house in Coppet, Switzerland. He hasn't revealed the details of the house yet. Stan is very fond of cars and also has a big collection. His collection of cars include a Subaru Levorg which costs around $49,990, a Mercedes S-Class whose starting price is $110,850, a Subaru Impreza worth $36,880, and a Subaru XV which cost in the range of $29,690 to $40,790. Other details regarding his properties, insurances, and other assets haven't been revealed yet.
The Career of Stan Wawrinka
In the year 2002, Stan became professional and in 2003 he officially began his professional career. He won the Junior French Open and was ranked no.7 in the Junior World Ranking. In the year 2005, Stan made up to his first ATP final in his debut at the French Open. Surprisingly the following year, Stan won his first ATP title against Novak Djokovic as Novak retired through fatigue. After reaching the finals of the 2008 Master Series Event, Stan entered the top 10 rankings for the first time in his career. Unfortunately, he got defeated by Novack Djokovic in the final.
In 2008, at the Olympics, he teamed up with Roger Federer in men’s double. The duo won the gold medal for their country, defeating Simon Aspelin and Thomas Johansson from Sweden. In the Miami Masters 2009, he got defeated by Rafael Nadal in the fourth round. In the same year at the Monte-Carlo Masters, Stan got one of his biggest victories by defeating Roger Federer for the first time in straight sets.
In the 2012 Summer Olympics, Stan lost to Andy Murray. He also had a series of first-round exits at Wimbledon in the same year. At US Open, Stan reached the fourth round but had to retire due to his illness. In the 2014 ATP World Tour, Stan achieved victory at the Chennai Open in India. Then at the Australian Open, Stan successfully defeated Novack Djokovic in the quarterfinal in the fifth set. This match also ended Stan's 14 matches losing streak against him. He then faced world no.1 Rafael Nadal and Stan successfully defeated him registering his first victory against Nadal. In the year 2015, Stan won the French Open and 3 other ATP titles.
In the following year 2016, he lost against Roger Federer for the fifth time in straight sets. In the year 2017, Stan chose not to defend his Chennai Open title which he had been winning continuously since the previous 3 editions. At the 2018 Australian Open, Stan made his comeback but lost in the second round and later retired because of his knee injury. In the year 2019, he began his season at the Qatar Open but lost in the quarterfinals against Roberto Bautista Agut. In the same year, Stan was seeded 24th at the French Open and he successfully advanced to his first Grand Slam quarterfinal in the last two years but got defeated by Roger Federer.
Stan Wawrinka and his involvement in charity and social welfare
Stan also believes in charity and supports several charitable foundations. Stan joined a growing list of star names competing for the 2017 Mutua Charity Tie Break Tens Madrid event. Each event was awarded a prize of $200,000 out of which $100,000 went to the Mutua Charity whose main motive is to fight against domestic violence. Stan even supported Roger Federer's foundation to raise £850,000 for education projects in Southern Africa.
Awards and Achievements of Stan Wawrinka
Stan's biggest achievement is that he is considered as one of the Big 5 in tennis. His name is always kept in the same league as that of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray. Talking about Stan's statistics, he has made 4 appearances in Grand Slam tournament finals out of which he won three and has lost only one. His three winning Grand Slam titles are at the 2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open, and 2016 US Open.
Personal Life and Family of Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka was born on March 28, 1985, in Lausanne, Switzerland. Stan is the son of Wolfram Wawrinka and Isabelle Wawrinka. He has altogether three siblings (two younger sisters and an elder brother). They are Naëlla Wawrinka, Djanaée Wawrinka, and Jonathan Wawrinka.
Stan got married to Ilham Vuilloud on 15 December 2009. The couple was blessed with a daughter, Alexia Wawrinka. Unfortunately in the year 2015, the couple got separated and divorced. He then started dating Donna Vekic a Croatian tennis player. In recent rumors, it is heard that the couple broke up.
Stan Wawrinka: Engagement on Online World
Stan has always been admired and followed by his fans across the globe. He also keeps his fans and followers updated through social media. He has 1.2 million followers on his Instagram account and 1.7 million followers on his Twitter account.
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