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Italian tennis player Jannik Sinner competes professionally. He reached a global No. 9 ranking with the Association of Tennis Professionals on November 1, 2021, and a world No. 124 ranking in doubles on September 27, 2021.

Jannik Sinner: Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Career Earnings, Endorsements

Jannik Sinner is an Italian professional tennis player. He is doing good in his career and earning a good amount of wealth. So, let’s take a look at his income details and career earnings!

Net Worth:

Jannik Sinner’s estimated net worth as of 2022 is $3 million (£2.5 million). He received a prize check for $3,623,450.

He received the ATP Stranger of the Year award in 2019 before making his way into the top 100, making it to his first ATP semifinal, and beating Alex de Minaur in the Next Generation ATP Finals in Milan.

Sinner started performing on the ITF Men’s Circuit in the beginning of 2018. At the Italian Open 2018 against Steve Johnson, Sinner won his maiden ATP Masters match, and with his ensuing ATP triumph at the Croatia Open 2018 in July Umag, he rose to the top 200.


Jannik Sinner: Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Career Earnings, Endorsements

He earns $736,791 annually. He is now the youngest tennis player in the top 100 according to ATP rankings.

Sinner entered the match against Alexander Zverev at the ATP Tour Finals in 2021 because fellow countryman Matteo Berrettini was forced to retire due to an abdominal injury. Then, at the Australian Open 2022, he was defeated by Stefanos Tsitsipas, the fourth seed.

Salary $736,791 USD
Net worth $3 Million


Jannik Sinner, a 20-year-old South Tyrolean, and the sportswear company Nike have signed a massive, ten-year, $150 million contract.

Jannik Sinner, who is wishing for a long life, would likely not have to worry about money after earning 150 million US dollars in ten years.

ATP level champion Jannik Sinner has won five competitions. He twice advanced to the Grand Slam tournament quarterfinals (Roland Garros 2020 and the Australian Open 2022).

Career Earnings:

Jannik Sinner: Net Worth, Salary, Contract, Career Earnings, Endorsements

As of 2022.07.06
2022 Career
13 Rank Move 9 Career High 2021.11.01
27-8 W-L 0 Titles 5 Titles
$1,633,682 Prize Money $5,287,174 Prize Money Singles & Doubles combined

The total sum of Sinner’s career prize money to date is $1,633,682.

Riccardo Piatti, a renowned Italian expert and a former mentor of Maria Sharapova, trained Jannik beginning at the age of 13. They made the decision to part ways during the current season.


Prior to Sinner’s agreement with American sponsor Nike in May 2019, the Italian’s on-court attire was sponsored by Head, a Dutch-American sports and clothing firm. He still has the Head’s endorsement for his racquets, though.

Sinner was one of the brand ambassadors that Rolex hired in 2020, along with Lavazza, Parmigiano Reggiano, Technogym, and Alfa Romeo.

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