Lorenzo Sonego could easily finish the year in the top 20 of the ATP rankings this season. His successful performances at tournaments in Eastbourne, Rome, Cagliari and even Wimbledon, where he reached R16, allowed the Italian to climb to a record-breaking ranking of 26. Now Lorenzo Sonego will take part in the Masters Series tournament in Toronto. All participants of this major tournament, only for participation in the first round will receive $15,845 in prize money.
In this article, we’ll look at where else Lorenzo Sonego is making money.
|Net Worth||3 500 000$|
|Born||11 May 1995, Turin, Italy|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Lorenzo Sonego Career
Lorenzo Sonego was born May 11, 1995 in Turin, Italy. As a child, Lorenzo played basketball and dreamed of becoming a soccer player, was involved in the Torino children’s team together with Antonio Barreca. In the tennis player’s family all supported that club, only his sister supported Juventus. Experience in the sport later helped the Italian catch bounces of the ball and move quickly around the court.
Sonego took up tennis at the age of 11, when he took a couple of lessons from Franco Aquilante at the Master Club Fioccardo. Lorenzo began his professional career in 2013 at ITF Futures tournaments, then competed in the ATP Challenger category.
His first ATP Challenger title had to wait several years. In 2017, Lorenzo Sonego won the Ortisei Challenger, defeating his opponent Tim Puetz in the final in two sets.
The following season Sonego recorded two more victories at the Challenger in Genoa and Rome. That same year, the Italian made his Grand Slam debut at the Australian Open and Wimbledon. He did not make it past the second round.
First ATP Title
Sonego had a very successful 2019 season. He made it from qualification to the quarterfinals of the Monte Carlo Masters, where he was stopped by Dusan Lajovic. The competition in Antalya was special for the Italian, because it was there that he won his first trophy on the ATP tour. In the final match, Lorenzo Sonego outlasted Miomir Kecmanovic, -6/7,7/6,6/1, in a hard-fought battle.
The 2020 season was shortened due to the covid 19 pandemic. Lorenzo was able to delight his fans with a great showing at the tournament in Vienna. The Italian began his journey by defeating tough opponents like Daniel Evans, Hubert Hurkacz and even Novak Djokovic in qualifying, reaching the final.
Lorenzo had no strength and emotions left for the final match. Russian Andrey Rublev defeated Sonego in two sets to claim his 5th title of the season.
F O R Z A 🇮🇹
— ATP Tour (@atptour) April 11, 2021
Lorenzo is showing his best career tennis this year. The athlete won his second career title at the home competition in Cagliari, defeating Laslo Djere in the final in three sets. It’s worth noting that Sonego lost the first set but won the second set on a tiebreaker before edging his opponent in the third set, -2/6,7/6,6/4. This win added 40,100€ to Sonego’s bankroll.
At the Masters in Rome, Lorenzo proved once again that he can beat the top players. He reached the semi-finals, beating the strongest players like Dominic Thiem, Andrey Rublev. In the semifinals, he could not defeat Novak Djokovic for the second time in his career, but won a set against the ATP number one.
The clash in Eastbourne, UK, could have spoiled Lorenzo for a third career title, but the Australian Alex De Minaur was stronger in the final match.
Wimbledon was another tournament where the Italian proved his worth. He confidently reached the R16 stage where he was stopped by the legendary Roger Federer, -7/5,6/4,6/2.
- Cagliari 2021
- Antalya 2019
Lorenzo Sonego’s Grand Slam Records
All athletes want to win a trophy at a grand slam tournament, Lorenzo is no exception. We’ve compiled her performance statistics for the major majors in the table.
Lorenzo Sonego Endorsements
Lorenzo Sonego has a partnership with the following brands:famous Japanese sportswear manufacturer Mizuno,tennis equipment manufacturer Wilson, Pulsee company is engaged in transportation and storage of gas, Capri Watch is an Italian watch company, Aceto Varvello is an Italian company that makes vinegar and seasoning products, Valmora Acqua Minerale makes bottled mineral water.
Lorenzo Sonego Net Worth
In 2021 Lorenzo earned $782,985 in prize money for 37 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Sonego earned $2,771,727 in prize money according to the official ATP website. We estimated Lorenzo Sonego Net Worth net worth at $3 500 000.
Lorenzo Sonego prize money compared to the top 10 ATP players
Lorenzo is still in the top 30 of the ATP rankings, but everyone thinks he can make it to the top 15. We compared the current prize money of the top 10 ATP tennis players to the prize money received by Lorenzo Sonego.
Italian tennis player Lorenzo Sonego was born May 11, 1995, he is now 26 years old.
Lorenzo Sonego, a finalist in the 2020 Vienna tournament, is an impressive 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) tall
In 2021 Lorenzo earned $782,985 in prize money for 37 matches in various tournaments. During his professional career, Sonego earned $2,771,727 in prize money
A talented Italian, Lorenzo Sonego is supported by the following brands: Mizuno, Wilson, Pulsee, Capri Watch, Aceto Varvello, Valmora Acqua Minerale
Lorenzo Sonego, the two-time ATP tournament winner, was born in Turin, Italy.
A good game in 2021 allowed Lorenzo Sonego to climb to the 26th line of the ATP ranking, which is his best result.
Talented tennis player Lorenzo was born in Turin, he is Italian
Sonego has a clothing and shoe sponsorship deal with Mizuno. Mizuno is a sports equipment and sportswear company based in Osaka, Japan.