Roger Federer Net Worth $450 million
Roger Federer salary $60,000,000
Roger Federer Net Worth: How rich is Roger Federer? & How much money is Roger Federer worth? Time to find out!
Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player and his current net worth is $450 million.
Born in Basel, Switzerland from his Swiss father and South African mother.
Roger holds a Swiss and South African citizenship. He speaks fluently Swiss German, Standard German, English and French.
How did Roger get famous?
He took an interest in tennis at an early age. By age 11 he became one of the Top 3 junior tennis players in Switzerland. He spent the next years immersing himself in the game, practicing and participating in tournaments.
His idols include Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg.
He got his first sponsorship at 16. Shortly before turning pro, he won the junior Wimbledon title and the Orange Bowl.
Roger has a record-setting career, from winning boy’s singles and doubles titles in 1998 to winning his eight Wimbledon title in 2017.
In July 2016 he didn’t make it to the Wimbledon finals, being defeated by Milos Raonic. This was Raonic’s historic victory, becoming the first Canadian to reach a Grand Slam Final.
While competing for Switzerland in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, he met his wife, Mirka Federer. She is a former professional tennis player. They have four kids, twin girls and twin boys, Myla, Charlene, Leo and Lenny. The whole family lives in Bottmingen, Switzerland.
How does Roger make money?
In 2003 he opened the Roger Federer Foundation, giving grants to children in poor countries for sports and education.
Roger helped revive tennis culture to what is now knows as the Golden Age. The interest in the sport grew, leading to higher revenues in tennis. In this period the prize money poll exploded.
Roger is the most successful tennis player of all time. Since 2003 he won seven men’s singles tournament at Wimbledon. He also won 24 Master Tournaments around the world and in 2016 Forbes named him the world’s highest-paid tennis player.
He also made Forbes’ World’s Highest Paid Athletes list on number four.
In 2016 he was named the world’s most marketable athlete by the London School of Marketing. He lives a more private life than other wealthy athletes of his magnitude like Cristiano Ronaldo.
Besides the wins, his money come from million-dollar sponsorship deals. This includes Nike, Nationale Suisse, Credit Suisse, Rolex, Lindt, Sunrise, Jura Elektroapparate, Mercedes Benz, Gilette, Wilson, Moët & Chandon.