Caroline Wozniacki’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Danish tennis star and former WTA world No 1 Caroline Wozniacki is a highly talented player. She held onto the number 1 rank for nearly 67 weeks. As of now, Wozniacki has ended the 2018 season ranked world No. 3 as of 28th October.
Wozniacki has an impressive array of 30 WTA singles titles. This includes her maiden Grand Slam win at the 2018 Australian Open. She is considered as one of the most underrated tennis players. All this is inspite of the fact that she has bested players like Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.
The Danish player has clinched six titles in the WTA Premier Mandatory Finals. This includes the Canadian Open, the Pan Pacific Open, Dubai Championships, Indian Wells and two China Opens.
She sealed another 24 WTA career titles, with he maiden one being the former Nordic Light Open. She followed it up with the Connecticut Open, both in 2008.
She also played in the Summer Olympics, where the furthest she got was the quarterfinal.
Caroline Wozniacki’s Endorsements
In 2009, Wozniacki endorsed tennis apparel designed by Stella McCartney for Adidas. Her current sponsors are Babolat, Rolex, Adidas, USANA, The Players’ Tribune and Mundipharma.
According to media company, SportsPro, she is ninth on the list of world’s most marketable athletes. In 2017, she earned approximately $28 million through endorsements and business investments.
Foundations and Charity Work
Caroline Wozniacki has always been committed to giving back to those in need. Her main focus is on initiatives that support and empower youth, especially young girls. The 28-year old helped organise USANA and WTA’s annual “Aces for Humanity” campaign. The campaign’s mission is to provide critical nutrition to the disadvantaged or suffering. She is also an ambassador for the Oriflame Charity. Oriflame’s mission is to empower children through education.
Other charities Caroline supports include the Tohoku Charity, UNICEF Spain Committee, FERO Foundation and Champ’Seed Foundation. These charities lay emphasis on those affected by natural disasters, helping young tennis talents who lack the financial resources necessary to reach international levels and other such pursuits.
|Endorsements||Babolat, Rolex, Adidas, The Players’ Tribune and Mundipharma|