Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 2021: Net Worth, Salary, and Endorsements
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is a Russian tennis player, who started her professional career in 2006, after successful stint as a junior player.
She was supposed to be the next big thing in Russian tennis after a decent start to her WTA career, where she quickly reached inside the top-50 rankings in 2008.
Due to a consistent rise in her playing level, the Russian reached a career-high ranking of no.13 on WTA tour in 2011. In fact, it was also the year where Pavlyuchenkova reached the quarter-finals of both the French and the US Open.
Despite the efforts, Pavlyuchenkova couldn't cross the quarter-final stage at grand slams. Till date, the Russian reached a total of 6 quarter-finals at majors before Roland Garros 2021.
The quarter-final curse was finally broken when she defeated Elena Rybakina at the French Open 2021.
Despite inconsistencies in form, Pavlyuchenkova always remained inside top-50 of WTA rankings ever since reaching her career-high rank of 13.
Coaches of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Pavlyuchenkova was coached by Patrick Mouratoglou in the beginning days of her career. The Russian had different coaches over the past decade.
Legendary tennis player, Martina Hingis coached the Russian for a brief period of time in 2013.
The Russian also partnered with famous coach on WTA tour, Sam Sumyuk. However, their association was cut-short due to disagreements as they parted ways in March 2020.
Since then, Pavlyuchenkova has been working with her elder brother Aleksandr, who also played professional tennis and accompanied her on various matches throughout the career.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova: Net Worth
In a career spanning more than a decade, Pavlyuchenkova earned a prize money of over $1o million dollars.
Coming to her earnings this year, the Russian managed to earn $300,000 dollars until the start of French Open.
As a result of reaching the finals on the Parisian clay, her earnings will cross $1 million dollars.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova: Endorsements
Pavlyuchenkova endorsed various famous brands throughout her career. Her clothing partner is Lacoste, and she uses Wilson racquets in all her matches.
From 2011 to 2017, the Russian had Adidas as her apparel partner. In 2018, Pavlyuchenkova endorsed Florida-based clothing company Sofibella.
Their association ended the same year and she shifted permanently to Lacoste.
|5 ft 9 in
|Lacoste, Wilson, Adidas, Sofibella
|July 3rd, 1991
|Reached the finals of French Open 2021 for the first time in her career.