David Ferrer’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
Spanish veteran David Ferrer has been considered quite a formidable opponent when in his prime. He turned pro back in 2000 and two years later, clinched his maiden ATP title. He also had an excellent track record in Challenger tournaments.
In 2003, he exploded onto the scene when he stunned Andre Agassi. The venue of the American’s defeat was at the Rome Masters.
In 2004, Ferrer broke into the Top 40 by reaching the quarterfinals of the ATP Masters in Hamburg after besting World Number 6, David Nalbandian. In the same year, he ended the season as the 49th ranked player.
A year later, his ranking got a big boost after winning two ATP titles and he ended the year in 14th. Finally, after several attempts at the ATP 500 Series, he nabbed his maiden title.
He was the only man to have a perfect record in the round-robin stage and had the best win/loss set record (6–1) at the Tennis Master Cup. He even beat Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Roddick but ultimately lost to Roger Federer.
In 2008, he helped Spain towards a Davis Cup title and in 2012, he took home the bronze doubles medal at the Olympics.
Ferrer is noted for being one of the more dogged, agile, and fit players on the tour, and he has won many matches with consistent baseline play, great fitness, footspeed, and determination.
At a personal level, Ferrer’s reputation on the tour is that of a humble and shy person. rarely being involved in any controversy throughout his career. Calm and disciplined, he is admired for his tenacity and competitiveness on the court.
David Ferrer’s Endorsements
David Ferrer has won a total prize money of 31,284,696 US dollars so far in his professional tennis career.
He has also signed endorsement contracts with Samsung, Lotto and Bovet watches.
|Source of wealth||Tennis|
|Career Prize Money||US$ 31.3 Million|
|Endorsements||US$ 16 Million|