How Much is Serena Williams Net-Worth

Number one ranking on women’s singles tennis player Serena Williams who is considered to be one of the best female tennis players of all-time. Serena has accumulated her net worth through her prize money and off-court extra activities. Serena’s net worth is estimated by some at $145 million.

With 67 singles championships, 22 doubles championships, 2 mixed doubles, 2 Australian Open, 6 US Open, 3 French Open, and 5 Wimbledon tournaments prize money she has collected huge money on court. Besides court Serena had a special line with puma. She now has a line with Nike, and the deal is worth US $40 million. She has also been running her own line, named ‘Aneres’. Later in 2009 Serena launched a signature collection of handbags and jewelry.
According to Forbes magazine, Serena has added US $24.6 million by this year only. She is on 47th rank to 2015 The World’s Highest-Paid Athletes.

She became the first woman to win more than $10 million in a season by winning Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). She collected $4 million paycheck, which is the biggest payday in tennis.

33 years old A-list Celebrity, who has celebrated her 2o years as a pro in 2015 and in as dominant as ever at an age when most of tennis players have been put out to pasture. Her total career prize $72 million is double No. 2 on the list, Maria Sharapova.

Though, Maria Sharapova has not beaten Serena in eleven years career. Sharapova is beating Serena Williams in net worth. Forbes reports that Sharapova earned $23 million from endorsement but $13 million for Serena last year. Besides this, Sharapova has deal with many other brands and companies like Samsung, Tag Heuer and Evain, among others. Sharapova is getting twice from Head what Serena is getting paid from Wilson to use their rackets. Sharapova’s net worth exceeds Williams’s net worth by $45 million on total. $190 million is net worth for Sharapova which includes Career earnings plus off-court earnings.

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