Venus Williams Net Worth, How Did Venus Williams Collect Her Net Worth of $75 Million?
Facts of Venus Williams Net Worth, How Did Venus Williams Collect Her Net Worth of $75 Million?
|Net worth||$75 million|
|Date of Birth:||1980 June 17|
|First Name||Venus Ebony Starr|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
Venus William is an American professional tennis player who has a net worth of $75 million. She is honored by several gold medals in her career. In 1994, she won total seven Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal in singles play.
How Rich And Wealthy Is Venus William? Let's Know
Venus William has a net worth of $75 million. She has won $36,520,639 as a prize money for playing singles in Women Tennis Association. She also endorses huge brands such as Nike, Addidas, and Tide etc. Venus signed a five-year contract with Reebok of $12 million in 1995 and $40 million in 2000.
Through her tennis career, Venus has won her more than $34 million in the tournament winnings during her tenure. She has had over a dozen endorsement with companies like Delta Airlines, Pepsi, Chase, IBM and much more.
In 2012, Venus got $250,000 from Wilson’s Leather shopping, $1,000,000 from Avon Cosmetics, $1,100,000 from Wrigley Chewing Gum, $12,900,000 from Misc. Earnings, and $1,000,000 from McDonald’s.
Apart from her tennis career, Venus also runs few businesses to grow her fortunes. She is the CEO of interior design firm V Starr Interiors and owns her fashion line EleVen which also help to increase her net worth. She has a clothing line as well as owns the stake in the Miami Dolphins.
Know About Venus William Property And Car
She has owned a Florida mansion worth $4.5 million including Swimming Pool, Sauna, Jacuzzi and Home office.
She has purchased a Mercedes worth $85,000.
How Did Venus William Start Her Tennis Career And Professional Life? Let's Know
At the age of 4, Venus William started playing tennis. Her talent was recognized by the great tennis players John McEnroe and Pete Sampras when she was 7 years old.
Venus was number one player in under-12 division of Southern California as the age of 10 without having a single loss also. But, her father Richard had to face criticism for having his daughter to focus single-mindedly on tennis with less regard to grow up as a normal child.
On October 31, 1994, Venus career as a professional Tennis player started at the age of fourteen. On January 28, 2017, she was ranked number 11 in singles. She has also been ranked world no.1 on three occasions by Women’s Tennis Association as well as she is a winner of 14 Grand Slam titles.
Venus and her sister Serena have been dominant in the world’s women championships. Venus has battled her sister Serena Williams in 27 matches since 1997 winning 11 out of it. Venus holds 49 career titles to date.
How Did Venus William Spend Her Early Life And Childhood?
Venus Williams was born on June 17, 1980, in Lynwood, California as Venus Ebony Starr Williams. She is the daughter of Richard Williams, an American tennis coach, and Oracene Price, also a tennis coach. She has four siblings, sisters Isha, Lyndrea, Yetunda, and Serena(well-known names in the tennis in the tennis arena in the world). Venus was raised in West Palm Beach, Florida and later her family moved Compton, California when she was just four years old. Venus was trained by professional by Tony Chester, a local tennis player.
Concerning about her education, Venus earned a B.Sc degree in Business Administration from Indiana University East and willing to pursue an MBA in near future. In 2007, she received her associate degree in fashion design from the Institute of Fort Lauderdale.
Is Venus William Married? Does She Have Children?
Talking about her marital status, Venus Wiliam is unmarried. She started dating a Cuban Model Elio Pis since 2013. The couple met each other for the first time and later he has modeled for her fashion line EleVen.
Previously, Venus was in a relationship with a golfer Hank Kuehne for 3 years. Later, they got engagement in Christmas 2007 but, unfortunately, they split in 2010 due to some unknown reason.
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