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Nick Kyrgios: Net Worth & Career Tennis Earnings

Last updated on August 8, 2020 by

Nick Kyrgios net worth: $10 million

Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios is an Australian professional tennis player currently ranked 39th in the world. Based on his career earnings, prize money from tournaments, and endorsements, he has a current net worth of $10 million.

Nick Kyrgios is an Australian professional tennis player who has been in the limelight for the many achievements he has garnered throughout his career. Under the Association of Tennis Professionals, he is ranked position 39 in the men’s singles category. To date, Nick Kyrgios has bagged a total of 6 ATP titles and has made it to the finals 8 times during the subsistence of his career.

At the moment, Nick is ranked the second-highest paid tennis player by the Association of Tennis Professionals. Despite the constant criticism by the media over his conduct and the strain of controversies, Nick has made it to the top tier and accumulated so much wealth in his career as a professional tennis player.

One of Nick’s bright moments dates back in 2014 at the Wimbledon Championships where he beat his opponent Rafael Nadal. This brought him immense success in his career and so much popularity among tennis fans, not only in Australia but on a global scale.

Read on to find how much Nick Kyrgios is worth, personal life and some of his greatest achievements.

Early Life

Nick Kyrgios was brought up in a complete and household. His father, Giorgos, was Greek and was married to Malay, Nick’s mother who was dubbed “ Norlaila.” Nick’s father ran a freelance business as a house painter and was doing fairly well, while his mother was a computer engineer.

Most of your readers probably don’t know that his mother Norlaila was from a royal family but left the line of succession and moved to Australia to settle there permanently.

Like a typical family setting, Nick grew up with siblings — his brother “Christos”, and sister names “Hamilah” and they all had a strong bond growing up together.

Nick and his siblings were all raised in a family that staunchly believed and practiced Greek Christianity.

Nick finished his 8th grade at Radford College, then later joined Daramalan College which is based in Canberra, the capital of Australia, where he finished and graduated from the 12th-grade level.

You’d be surprised to note that Nick had a great interest and unequivocal passion for tennis way before hitting his teenagehood.

Personal Life & Controversies

So far, it’s accurate to say that Nick Kyrgios is one of the top famous tennis players in the world, so most of his fans would love to dig deeper into his personal life.

At the moment, Nick is in a relationship with her fellow tennis player, Ajla Tomljanovic, who is a gorgeous Croatian with a fairly good track record in her career.

The relationship was rumored to have begun back in 2015, but both didn’t go public to officially confirm their status. Later in 2017, they had a couple of issues, which seems like a normal thing for a celebrity couple.

Apart from Nick posting her on social media and being seen together on a number of occasions, it’s hard to tell whether they’re engaged or not. All we can say for now is they look cute together and hopefully, they’ll end up building a family in the long run.

There are so many people over the internet with an obsessive enthusiasm for Nick’s personal life and career progression. He is a really popular guy with over 1.4 million and 373.3K followers on Instagram and Twitter, respectively, meaning he’s such a huge sensation and icon on social media who is loved by a crowd of tennis fans.

However, Nick’s conduct, especially in the tennis court, hasn’t been appealing every time. The Association of Tennis Professionals has so far, fined him a total of $113,000 for being unprofessional and showing acts of indiscipline on 5 different occasions.

Career, Awards & Endorsements

When he was about 20 years old, Nick proved that he has skills and the zeal to get to the peak of his career in 2012 when he reached the semi-final and was ranked position 182 at the end of the Sacramento challenger.

But things didn’t turn out as he anticipated after Tim Smyczek beat him during this tournament.

On the bright side, he not only reached the quarter-finals at Wimbledon but also became the youngest player to be at the World’s top 20 list, right after Marin Cilic.

He almost played at the Olympics but things turned south after he experienced some technical issues with the Australian Olympic Committee.

In 2016, Nick won 6 titles in Washington, Acapulco, Atlanta, and Marseille. In the same year, his singles ranking was position 13. Apart from the Wimbledon tournament, he reached the third round during the French Open both in 2015 and 2016.

He also reached the 3rd round during the US Open in 2014, 2016, and 2018.

He later became a finalist at Cincinnati Masters in 2017. He has now bagged 4 ATP wins on his resume and won over $3 million in prize money.

Some of the endorsements which Nick is signed to include Nike, Beats, Yonex, and so much more.

Being controversial and showing unsportsmanlike conduct, however, made him lose a few endorsements down the road. His reputation made him lose a partnership with Malaysia Airlines.

Even after being rubbed the wrong way as a controversial dude, Nick still has a charitable spot in his heart. He has been actively involved in several charitable events to reconstruct the damage caused by catastrophes such as Hurricane Maria that happened in Puerto Rico.

He launched the NK Foundation to help the vulnerable youth out, supported the Elena Baltacha Foundation in 2015, and helped flatten the situation during the recent bushfire in Australia.

Nick Kyrgios’ Net Worth

As of now, it is estimated that Nick could be worth about $10 million or slightly more. This figure is derived from all his earnings and prize money from his career as a professional tennis player. So this excludes any present and forthcoming endorsements as well as investments which this millennial owns.

Nick’s annual salary is $4 million, much more than most of the tennis players that are close to his league. He also won about AUD 409,000 when he reached the quarter-finals. He wasn’t this wealthy before but his net worth began to grow exponentially when he beat Rafael during the Wimbledon Championships.