Simona Halep

Simona Halep’s Net Worth – Prize money, Salary, Endorsements

Simona Halep is a Romanian tennis player who has net worth of $ 35,000,000. Halep is the Wimbledon 2019 title holder and has won 19 WTA singles tournaments. Halep often takes a position in the top 10 of the WTA ranking and reached a career-best ranking of No. 1 in 2017

Net Worth 35 000 000$
Born 27 September 1991
Constanța, Romania
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Turned pro 2009
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)

Short Biography

Simona Halep, a Romanian by nationality, was born in the large port city of Constanta in September 1991. Father led the dairy, and my mother looked after the children – Simone and the older brother Nicolae. He brought the 4-year-old sister to the court, as he was involved in tennis.

The first coach, Ioan Stan, quickly saw the potential in the girl and told her parents about it. Those sold the house, got loans to provide their daughter with further advancement. In order not to depend on anyone, they refused the help of a fellow countryman, billionaire and former athlete Ion Tiriac.

Career

Simona Halep

Simona Halep began her sports career in 2006 playing at ITF tournaments in Romania. In June 2008, Simone won the singles tournament at the $ 25K series tournament in Sweden. Then Simona showed a good game, which allowed her to climb the top 50 WTA Ranking in 2012.



2013 was a very successful year for Simona Halep. She was able to win 6 WTA tournaments and climb the 11th line of the WTA ranking.

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In the following years, Simone celebrated success in primer tournaments and improved her results in Grand Slam tournaments.

The Romanian was able to win her first Grand Slam tournament in 2018, beating the American Sloane Stephens in three sets.

At the beginning of the 2019 season, Simona struggled with back problems and could not show good results. After recovery, the sportswoman was waiting for success. In the final of the Wimbledon 2019 tournament, Simona outplayed Serena Williams – 6/2,6/2.

Career Highlights

Today Simona Halep is the winner of 19 tournaments. The following are the most significant.

  • Wimbledon 2019
  • French Open 2018
  • Madrid Open 2016,2017
  • Indian Wells 2015



Endorsements

In February 2018, Simona signed a contract with sports equipment manufacturer Nike. Previously, its sponsors were Adidas and Lacoste.

Halep prefers to play with Wilson’s rackets. Her favorite model is Blade 98.

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Simona Halep is a popular person in her native Romania. No wonder she collaborated with many campaigns in her homeland. Simona signed contracts with Vodafone Romania, Rexona, Coca-Cola Romania, Dedeman.

Simona Halep mers

Since 2017, Simona has been a representative of the automobile brand Mercedes-Benz in Romania, and since 2016 – in the international market of watches Hublot.

Simona Halep Net Worth

Simona Halep topped the ranking of the most successful women in Romania, according to the local business publication Capital. She entered the top 300 richest people in Bucharest, gaining 460 points in the ranking.

In 2017, Simona Halep entered the top 10 most paid female athletes compiled by Forbes. In 2017, Simona earned $6.2 million of which $4.7 salaries / prizes, sponsorship payments amounted to $1.5 million.

In 2018, Simona took 8th place in the ranking of the most paid female athletes. According to Forbes, Halep earned $ 7.7 million. She received most of the money from prize money in tournaments – $6.2 million.
Sponsor contracts brought her $1.5 million.

Revenues of Simona Halep for 2017-2019

Illustration Simona HAlep Revenue 2017 2019

Kurt Badenhausen, editor at Forbes focused mainly on the business of sports, also included Simona in the top 10 highest paid female athletes compiled by Forbes in 2019. Wimbledon 2019 winner, Simona Halep, 2019 earned 6.2 million in prize money. Sponsorship contracts with Nike, Wilson, Mercedes-Benz and Hublot and other famous brands brought Simona $ 4 million.

During her professional career, Simona earned  $35,108,021 in prize money.

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