April 14, 2021
Daniil Medvedev

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Daniil Medvedev’s Net Worth -Prize money, Salary, Endorsements

Daniil Medvedev is a professional Russian tennis player who has net worth of $ 17 000 000. Medvedev won 10 ATP singles titles. Medvedev often takes a position in the top 10 of the ATP ranking and reached a career-best ranking of No. 2 in March 2021.

Net Worth 17 000 000$
Born 11 February 1996
Moscow, Russia
Height 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Turned pro 2014
Plays Right-handed (two handed-backhand)

Short Biography

Daniil Medvedev was born in Moscow on February 11, 1996. He represents his native country on the international scene but has been living in Monaco for a long time. He started his sports career in France, where his family moved in order to give Daniil an opportunity to train and improve his playing style. For some time he studied at MGIMO, Department of Applied Economics and Commerce.

Career

First tried his hand at the Futures level in 2011. He spent some time in juniors, shining at the European doubles championship together with future Russian national team colleague Karen Khachanov (final). However, he did not stay at that level for long, finishing in 13th place in the junior rankings.

In 2014 Daniil won his first ITF trophies. The young tennis player’s progress was quite obvious: a year later he made his debut in the main draw of the ATP tournament (doubles), and in the 2016 season he scored his first victory on the tour. Despite the fact that his attempt to break into the main draw of Wimbledon ended unsuccessfully for him, the Russian finished the year already in the top 100.

At the start of 2017, Daniil made his first breakthrough to the finals of the ATP Championships (Chennai). A little later he receives an invitation to the Russian national team and, although the debut in the national team was not particularly successful for him, continues to storm the world courts. In the summer he became one of the Wimbledon sensations, beating the Swiss champion Stan Wawrinka in the first round.

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The real breakthrough for the Russian is 2018. He is having a season at a consistently high level (the only exception was the Grand Slam Series, in which he could win only one match) and wins three ATP trophies, which naturally leads to an improvement in his ranking position. The Russian finished the year ranked 16th in the singles rankings.

Despite the fact that few people expected Medvedev to repeat last year’s feats, he raised the bar again, starting 2019 by reaching the fourth round of the Australian Open. Shortly before the U.S. Open, he won the first Masters title of his career (Cincinnati) and then produced a series of brilliant bouts in the majors, reaching the final. And although against Rafael Nadal he was the obvious underdog, this match was one of the most difficult of his career. The rivals spent nearly five hours on the court, but in the end the King of the Grunt was able to snatch victory – 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4.

Medvedev won his second Masters trophy (Shanghai) in the fall. He finished the year looking pale due to fatigue, but finished the season ranked fourth in singles.

The year 2020 was uneven for the Russian, as well as for many other tennis players. After starting in the semi-finals of the ATP Cup he crashed out of several tournaments, leading experts to talk about his psychological burnout. Nevertheless, the enforced pause connected with the pandemic coronavirus has benefited Daniil: returning to the court, he reached the semifinals of the US Open, losing only to eventual champion Dominic Thiem, and then confidently went through the fall tournament series, winning his third career Masters (Paris) and lifting the trophy of the London Open. Medvedev finished the season again at No. 4 in the singles rankings.


In 2021, Daniil won the ATP Cup competition with the Russian team and won the trophy at the Open 13 Provence tournament beating Pierre-Hugues Herbert from France in the final.

Daniil Medvedev Endorsements

Daniel Medvedev has sponsorship contracts with Lacoste, a sportswear manufacturer, and Tecnifibre, a tennis equipment manufacturer.

He also recently became an ambassador of the Russian bank Tinkoff


In January 2021, Daniil renewed his partnership with the BMW car brand

Daniil Medvedev Net Worth

In 2021, Medvedev earned $1,686,638 in prize money for 14 victories in various tournaments.

During her professional career, Daniil Medvedev earned  $15,817,223 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Daniil Medvedev net worth of $ 17 000 000.

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