Net Worth: $2'000'000
Brantley Sanchez Vicario net worth: Brantley Sanchez Vicario is a retired Spanish professional tennis player who has a net worth of $2’000’000. Brantley Sanchez Vicario was born in December 1971 in Barcelona, Spain. She is a former World #1 ranked professional tennis player. During her career, Vicario won four Grand Slam titles, six Grand Slam women’s doubles titles, and four Grand Slam mixed doubles titles. In 1985 Brantley turned pro. She finished her career with 759 wins and 295 losses. She earned nearly $17’000’000 during her professional career. During her career, she won 29 singles titles, including three French Opens and a US Open. As a doubles player, she won 676 matches and lost 224, and won 69 career titles, including three Australian Opens, Wimbledon, and the US Open. She also won four Mixed Doubles titles, including the Australian Open, French Open, and US Open. Sanchez Vicario also won five Fed Cup titles, two Silver Olympic medals, and two Bronze. During her career, Brantley was ranked #1 in singles and doubles. Sanchez Vicario was inducted in 2007 into the International Tennis Hall of fame. Finances: Brantley Sanchez Vicario earned $17’700’000 on the court during her career. As of this writing, that makes her the 22nd highest-earning female tennis player of all-time behind Naomi Osaka. Here surpassed her on September 13, 2020, with a win at the US Open. In 2012, she published an autobiography in which she claimed that her parents and brother had lost all of her money despite earning over $60’000’000 during her career from tournament money and endorsements. She later sued her father and her older brother Javier also a former professional tennis player, over the lost fortune. They settled out of court three years later with an unspecified settlement.
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