This season Anett Kontaveit is performing at her level. She has a chance to win her second WTA title at Eastbourne and is already in the final, where she will compete against Jelena Ostapenko or Elena Rybakina for the title. A win at Viking International Eastbourne could bring Kontaveit $68,570 in prize money.
|Net Worth||6 500 000$|
|Born||24 December 1995
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Anett Kontaveit Career
Estonia’s most famous tennis player was born in late 1995 in Tallinn. Anett was brought to the sports section by her mother at the age of six. She immediately proved herself as the most promising tennis player in Estonia and later in the world.
Already in 2009, Kontaveit becomes the champion of the country at the age of 14, a year later repeats her success. In 2011 young Anett was invited to the national team at the Federation Cup to defend the honor of Estonia.
That same season the Estonian won the prestigious Orange Bowl junior tournament, and the following year she reached the finals of the US Open. As a result of the season, Kontaveit becomes the fourth in the ranking.
In 2012 the Estonian began to play among adults. Her first successes came a year later in the form of several finals of the ITF 25-thousandth. That same season she made her WTA Tour debut at a tournament in Auckland, New Zealand.
For the next few seasons, Kontaveit’s game didn’t progress much; she was a solid middleweight in the elite of women’s tennis. In 2017, she outplayed Natalia Vikhlyantseva in the final and took the top trophy at the tournament in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. It remains her only WTA title so far.
First #WTA Title ✅
Anett Kontaveit conquers @RicohOpen! 🏆
— wta (@WTA) June 18, 2017
In 2018 the athlete had a good performance in Wuhan, where she reached the finals but lost to Belarus’ Aryna Sabalenka. At Grand Slam tournaments the same year, her best result was the 4th round of Roland Garros, where the Estonian lost to Sloane Stephens in two sets.
The following year, the athlete also performed at her level. She performed best at the WTA Tournament in Stuttgart, where only Petra Kvitova was able to stop Kontaveit in the final match.
In 2020 she reached the finals again and lost. In Palermo, Italy Kontaveit lost in the decisive match to Fiona Ferro of France.
— wta (@WTA) August 9, 2020
The same year, the athlete reached the quarterfinals of Grand Slam tournaments for the first time. At the Australian Open Anett Kontaveit beat strong opponents Belinda Bencic, Iga Swiatek and others but lost to Simona Halep of Romania.
Anett Kontaveit Endorsements
Anett Kontaveit has a partnership with the famous sportswear manufacturer Lacoste and tennis equipment manufacturer Babolat.
Also among its sponsors are Alexela – a holding company that for the past two decades has brought together companies belonging to the same ownership in a single structure; Tallink – Estonian operator of passenger ships; Hotell Telegraaf – a luxurious 5-star hotel in Tallinn.
Anett Kontaveit Net Worth
In 2021 Kontaveit earned $431,170 in prize money for 23 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Anett earned $5,307,883. in prize money according to the official WTA website. We estimated Anett Kontaveit’s net worth at $6 500 000.