Jannik Sinner’s $17 Million Worth: How Does It Fare in Comparison to Australian Open Rival Daniil Medvedev?

Published 01/28/2024, 12:37 AM EST

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Jannik Sinner is ready to add a new chapter to the record book of tennis! After defeating Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals, he has made a place in the finals against Daniil Medvedev. There are a lot of differences between the two Australian Open finalists, starting from their tennis achievements to their million-dollar worth. Despite being relatively new to the tennis arena compared to his opponent, the Italian tennis player boasts a net worth of $17 million.

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In contrast, the Russian tennis player has a distinctly different financial standing. Let’s delve into how Sinner’s financial standing compares to his Australian Open final competitor.

Jannik Sinner’s financial journey 

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At the age of 22, the Italian tennis player made a name for himself in the tennis world. While he will be playing his first-ever Grand Slam final today, there’s a lot more to the story. The ATP titles he has won and the history he has created have not only rewarded him in terms of his passion but also rewarded him with a whole sum of prize money.

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The Italian tennis player’s prize totals around $17,043,434, as of this year. He also has a sponsorship deal with Head, an American-Dutch sports and clothing company, until 2019. But after that, he also became one of those players who partnered with Nike. On the other hand, his net worth is around $12 million.

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However, his income from sponsorship and other business sides has not been revealed yet. But his victory on the tennis court has given him a good hand financially. But do you know how it differs from his Australian Open 2024 opponent, Daniil Medvedev, who has won a Grand Slam title before while sitting comfortably in the top 10?

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How does Daniil Medvedev’s net worth differ from Sinner’s?

Last year, the 27-year-old was the fourth highest-paid tennis player; his net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. Not only that, he is also a brand ambassador for BMW in Russia, who has expanded his endorsement profile to stand out from the other Russian athletes. Since the pandemic, he has been one of those tennis players who has displayed consistency on the court.

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Not only that, his clothing sponsor is another Lacoste brand, but on the other hand, Tecnifibre helps him with the tennis rackets. Moreover, his deal with Bovet and Tinkoff is quite well known, which has helped him earn $13 million in endorsements in the year 2023.

It is safe to say that the two players have gathered quite a good amount of money through various endorsements and prize money. Although the Russian has a higher net worth, the promise that the young Italian is showing can’t be denied as well.

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Nevertheless, what are your thoughts on the net worth of the two Australian Open finalists? Do let us know in the comment section below.

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