As of Nov 24, 2021, the average annual pay for a Tennis Professional in the United States is $64,033 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $30.79 an hour. This is the equivalent of $1,231/week or $5,336/month.
The average tennis professional makes $44,958 in the United States. The average hourly pay for a tennis professional is $21.61. The average entry-level tennis professional salary is $27,000. Highest paying states for tennis professional are New York ($73,891), Arizona ($63,788), Rhode Island ($73,891) and Minnesota ($73,891).
The average salary for Tennis Professional is $52,236 per year in the United States. The average additional cash compensation for a Tennis Professional in the United States is undefined, with a range from undefined - undefined. Salaries estimates are based on 97 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Tennis Professional employees in the United States.
Longest winning streaks in professional tennis from 1990 to 2019 ATP World Tour - career prize money earnings of tennis players 2021 Prize money leaders on the ATP tennis world tour 2021
By contrast, the median annual income for all professional sports competitors was $47,710 in May 2016. The median income is the salary at which half the professional tennis players earned more than...
The average tennis player salary between 2015 and 2019 was $113,478 per year (or $1,940 per match) in prize money. The average salary for the #1 ranked player was $14,406,932 per year, while players ranked #1927 made only $1,126 per year. This average number above is very deceiving, as only 195 (13%) players made more than $100,000 per year, another 69 (5%) made more than $50,000, and 124 (8%) others made more than $20,000.
This statistic shows tennis players ranked by their prize money earnings on the ATP World Tour, as of September 2019. Novak Djokovic is currently the player with the highest career prize money ...
Rafael is a professional tennis player from Manacor, Spain, and has a net worth of $180 million dollars. He has earned some of the most prize money in the history of the game, around $103 million dollars. The former World No.1 brings in millions of dollars a year in numerous endorsements deals and sponsorships. 3. Novak Djokovic