Last Updated on April 3, 2022
Casper Ruud is one of the most promising young players on the ATP Tour. The Norwegian tennis player already has 7 trophies on the tour, 6 of which he won on clay. In 2021 he managed to show excellent results and enter the top 10 of the ATP ranking. This season Ruud has already earned $425,000 in prize money for his participation in various tournaments.
|Net Worth||7 700 000$|
|Born||22 December 1998
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
Casper Ruud Career
Casper Ruud was born on the small populated peninsula of Snareja, Norway, on December 22, 1998. A few years later, the family of the future star moved to Oslo, a city that boasts excellent conditions for playing tennis.
Casper’s career began in 2015. Casper won his first ITF series tournaments in 2016, the same year he won his first ATP challenger in Seville.
In subsequent years, Ruud played mostly on the Challengers, where he reached the finals but lost to his opponents. He also qualified for bigger tournaments but never got past the third round.
🙌 1st ATP title 🙌
Young gun Casper Ruud has beaten Pedro Sousa 6-1 6-4 to lift career’s 1st trophy in Buenos Aires
— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) February 17, 2020
Casper won his first ATP title in 2020 in Buenos Aires, defeating Pedro Sousa of Portugal 6/1,6/4 in the final. The same year, he also competed well in Rome and Hamburg where he reached the semifinals. In the ATP tournament in Rome, Ruud lost to Serbian Novak Djokovic, and in Hamburg, Casper could not beat Andrey Rublev of Russia.
Casper Ruud entered the top 10 of the ATP rankings in the 2021 season. Casper managed to repeat Andi Murray’s record and win three consecutive trophies in three weeks. First Ruud won at Bastad, beating Argentina’s Federico Coria in the final. The second title Casper won at a tournament in Gstaad, and the third in Kitzbühel, Austria, beating Pedro Martinez of Spain in the decisive match.
At the end of this year, the Norwegian managed to win another trophy at the San Diego tournament. It was Rood’s first trophy he won on a hard surface. In the final match, Casper defeated Cameron Norrie in two sets.
Such successful performances allowed Casper to qualify for the ATP Finals. In the semifinals of this tournament, Ruud lost to Russian Daniil Medvedev.
In the 2022 season, Ruud proved once again that he is an excellent player on clay. At the ATP 500 tournament in Buenos Aires, the Norwegian won another trophy by beating local favorite Diego Schwartzman in the final match.
- Buenos Aires 2020
- San Diego, Kitzbuhel, Gstaad, Bastad, Geneva 2021
- Buenos Aires 2022
Casper Ruud’s Grand Slam Records
All athletes want to win a trophy at a grand slam tournament, Casper is no exception. We’ve compiled his performance statistics for the major majors in the table.
2019, 2020, 2021
Casper Ruud Endorsements
Casper Ruud collaborates with the following brands: Yonex is a well-known manufacturer of sportswear and tennis equipment; Arctic Group, a leading independent financial services provider in Norway; Proaktiv, a well-known Norwegian brokerage company; Porsche Norge, a well-known premium car manufacturer; Dunderverk, experts in digital solutions and concepts for some of Norway’s largest companies.
Casper Ruud’s Net Worth
In 2022 Ruud earned $425,000 in prize money for 11 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Casper earned $5,204,219 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Casper Ruud’s net worth at $7 700 000.
Casper Ruud prize money compared to the top 10 ATP players
Casper Ruud has proven more than once that he can beat the top tennis players at various stages of tournaments. We compared the prize money of other top 10 ATP players with the prize money earned by Casper Ruud.
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Casper Ruud was born in Oslo and he is a Norwegian professional tennis player.
Casper Ruud was born December 22, 1998, and is 22 years old.
Casper Ruud, the winner of five ATP titles, is 1.83 m tall
Casper Ruud began his professional career in 2015.
The best modern Norwegian tennis player, Casper Ruud is supported by the following sponsors: Yonex, Arctic Group, Porsche Norge, Proaktiv, Dunderverk
In 2022 Ruud earned $425,000 in prize money for 11 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Casper Ruud earned $5,204,219 in prize money according to the official ATP website
Casper Ruud was able to move up to No. 8 in the ATP rankings in October 2021, his best result yet
Casper Ruud, a talented Norwegian tennis player, was born in Oslo, Norway