Anna Kournikova

Net Worth: $50'000'000

Anna Kournikova

$50'000'000

Anna Kournikova’s net worth: Anna Kournikova is a retired Russian-American professional tennis player who has a net worth of $50’000’000. Anna Kournikova may not have won a singles title at all, but that didn’t stop her from becoming one of the most famous tennis players in the world. While she earned just under 4’000’000 in career prize money, she earned tens of millions from endorsement deals. Anna Kournikova was born in Moscow raw on 7 June 1981. Her father, Sergei, was a former Greco-Roman wrestling champion, and Her mother, Alley, was a 400-meter runner. Her brother Allan is a world golf champion. Anna received her first tennis racquet as a present At the age of five. Shortly after that, she joined Sparta Tennis Club and, by the age of eight, began appearing in junior tournaments. Kournikova began attracting attention from tennis scouts all over the world In 1990 at nine years of age and subsequently secured a management deal to train at Nick Bollettieri’s prestigious tennis academy In bra dent. Early Career Kournikova quickly became popular on the tennis scene after arriving in the United States. At the age of 14, she won both the Italian Open junior tour and the European championships. In 1995, she became the youngest player to win the Junior Orange Bowl tournament and was also crowned ITF Junior World champion. At the age of 14, she debuted in the WTA Tour and debuted in Russia’s Fed Cup, where she was the youngest player to participate and win a match. In 1996, she started a six-year tenure with new coach Ed Nagel which would produce her most successful results. Kournikova earned a place on the Russian Olympic team at the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Georgia. She entered the Australian Open in 1997 with a world ranking of No 1. 67. She lost At the US Open that year to eventual champion Martina hinges. Later Career and Success: Anna reached the peak of her Career playing doubles, where she had at times been a World No. 1 player. Along with her partner Martina Hinges, Kournikova won Grand Slam doubles titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002. They often called themselves the Spice Girls of tennis. At Wimbledon 1999, Kournikova lost in round four to Venus Williams. She partnered with Jonas Bjork man to reach the final in mixed doubles and ended the season ranked No 1. 12. In November 1999, Anna ended her season In the World’s number one ranking. One ranking in doubles. At the Australian Open in 200, Anna broke into the top 10 for the first time in singles when she reached the No. 8 spot in the world. Unfortunately, her 2001 season took a turn as she was plagued by injuries, including a left foot stress fracture which forced her to withdraw from 12 tournaments, including Wimbledon and the French Open. At the end of the season, she was ranked no. Seventy-four in singles and No. 26 in doubles. In 2002 Kournikova bounced back when she reached the final at the China Open, losing to Anna Smash nova in her last singles final. Coupled up with Martina Hinges, they lost the final in Sydney, but the pair won their second Grand Slam title together at the Australian Open. Kournikova paired with Chandra Rubin in the semi-finals of Wimbledon, but they lost to Serena and Venus Williams. At the end of 2002, she was ranked No. 35 in singles and No. 11 in doubles. Kournikova won her first Grand Slam match in two years at the Australian Open in 2003, defeating in the first round Henrietta Nagoya. She withdrew from Tokyo due to her spine injuries but did not return. Anna ended her professional tennis career at the age of 21 prematurely due to serious back and spinal problems. She was no1 At the end of her professional career in 2003. Three hundred five in singles and No. 176 in doubles. She won 16 tournament doubles titles, and her singles record is 209-129. During her playing days, Anna was one of the most sought-after female endorsers in the world. In 2’000, she was the face of Bella’s shock absorber sports bras, and her picture was plastered on billboards around the world. She now resides in Miami Beach, Florida, and sometimes plays in charity exhibitions and doubles for the St. Louis Aces of World Team Tennis. In addition to her tennis and TV work, she is also a Global Ambassador for Population Services International’s Five & Alive program, which is dedicated to health crises facing children under the age of five and their families. Her career prize money total stands at 3584662. Other Appearances: Some of Kournikova’s fame came from the media hyping her looks and personal Life when She was 15 years old and a new resident of the US. She began appearing in numerous magazines worldwide as her fame grew. She appeared in 2004’s highly publicized Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, as well as FHM and Maxim. She was cast in a minor role in 2’000 flick Me, Myself Irene by the Farrell brothers. Anna appeared In 2010 on The Biggest Loser on NBC, where she led contestants In a tennis-workout challenge. She joined the show in season 12 as a regular celebrity trainer but did not return for season 13. Personal Life in 2010, Kournikova became a citizen of the United States. Since 2001 Anna has been dating singer Enrique Iglesias. She met him while in his music video for escape. They split up in 2013 but have reconciled since. Anna and Enrique have kept their relationships famously tight-lipped about the status of their relationship and consistently refuse to direct or deny whether they are legally married. The couple owns a $20’000’000 home in Miami. They live with their three children, twins Nicholas and Lucy b. December 2017) and a daughter born in January 2020.

ID: 1036338
Published: 19/08/2022
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Jun 07, 1981
Female
3227
Model, Tennis Player, Athlete
Russia

Present Rank:

3227

Historical Rank:

4436

Date of Birth:

Jun 07, 1981

Date of Death:

Age:

41

Profession:

Model, Tennis Player, Athlete

Nationality:

Russia

Gender:

Female

Height:

1.73m

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