Roger Federer Net Worth (2020)

Roger Federer Net Worth (2020)

Roger Federer's Net Worth

                The Profile                   
NameRoger Federer 
ProfessionTennis Player                     
Net Worth$450 million 

How much is Roger Federer's net worth? 

Roger Federer started ranking in the top 10 after winning the 2002 Hamburg Masters. He has been a very prolific athlete winning lots of titles during an awesome tennis career. Roger is the only player to amass 1,200 wins in the Open Era after Jimmy Connors and has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles which is the most for a male player in history. 

Roger Federer is the highest paid athlete in the world 2020 according to Forbes list. He tops the annually released list with earnings of over $160 million and thus one of the major reasons why Roger Federer's net worth is a huge check. 

Early Life 

Roger Federer on August 8, 1981 was born in Basel, Switzerland to a German Swiss father and a South African mother. He has only one sibling, his older sister and they are of Swiss, German and South African descent.

Growing up in nearby Bisfeldon, Riehen and Muchinstein. Federer speaks Swiss, German, English, French Italian and Swedish. 

He was subject to compulsory military service in the Swiss Armed Forces. Roger was ruled unsuitable and was subsequently not required to fulfill his military obligations. 

Tennis Career 

Roger Federer' Tennis Career

Roger Federer enjoyed a successful junior career in tennis before he entered the top 100 ranking for the first time in 1999. The international breakthrough of the tennis star came during the 2001 Wimbledon championships. 

He was just 19 at then and faced the four times defending champion and all-time Grand Slam leader Pete Sampras and defeated him to reach the quarterfinals. Federer ranked in the top 10 for the first time when he won his first Masters series event at the 2002 Hamburg Masters on clay. 

Roger Federer in 2003 won his first Grand Slam singles titles at Wimbledon. He won three Grand Slam singles for the first time in his career and was the first to do this since 1988 by Mats Wilander. 

Federer rose to number one for the first time after the 2004 Australian Open held in Melbourne where he won Marat Safin. He won his first tournament on his home soil, Switzerland becoming victorious in the Swiss Open held in Gstaad, Switzerland. 

He is one of the eight men to have achieved a career Grand Slam. Federer has reached a record 31 men's singles Grand Slam titles. He was also a member of Switzerland's winning team of Davis Cup in 2014.

Roger is the only player to have won 100 or more career singles titles as well as to amass 1,200 wins in the Open Era after Jimmy Connors. His apparent effortlessness and efficient movement on the court have made Federer highly popular among tennis fans. 

Career Highlights
  • Australian Open: 6X
  • French Open: 1X
  • Wimbledon: 8X
  • US Open: 5X
  • Davis Cup: 1X
  • ATP Finals: 6X
  • ATP Tour 500: 24X
  • ATP Tour Masters 1000: 28X
  • ITF World Champion: 5X
  • ATP Player of the Year: 5X
  • BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year: 4X
  • Laureus World Sportsman of the Year: 5X
What is Roger Federer's net worth?

As of 2020, The net worth of Roger Federer is estimated at $450 million. He became the highest paid athlete in the world and was the first tennis player to reach the top of the Forbes list. Roger Federer huge title earnings and endorsement deals makes him one of the richest athletes in the world and the 2nd richest player on our list of richest tennis players.

What are Roger Federer's sponsorship deals?

Roger Federer earned $106.3 million from wins and sponsorship deals between June 2019 and May 2020. His net worth and earnings are more likely to increase after he signed a $300 million reportedly with sponsorship deal with Japanese clothing company, Uniqlo after his long term deal of over 20 years with Nike ended in 2018.

The deal allows Federer to earn as brand ambassador for Uniqlo and also be able to sell patches on his shirts which was something that Nike has forbidden him from doing. It runs over ten years and includes and unprecedented clause that will allow Federer to keep collecting even if he doesn't play for the end of his deal. 

Moving away from Uniqlo, Roger Federer's endorsement deals with Rolex is worth $15 million. He is all in deals with Credit Suisse, Lindt, Nationale Suisse, Sunrise, Elektroapparate and Jura - All Swiss companies. 

Other sponsorship deals includes NetJets, Emmi AG, Maurice Lacroix, Moet & Chandon, Barilla, Mercedes Benz, Gillette and Wilson. 

Most Expensive Things Owned By Roger Federer 

5) Mercedes E Class Cabriolet 

Roger has a huge love for Mercedes and that even adds up as he also has a sponsorship deal with the car company. The E Class Cabriolet has a 3982 CC single cylinder engine and amazing 603.46 BHP. The cost of the car is around $150,000.

4) Mercedes SLS AMG

Roger Federer's Mercedes

This is the most expensive Mercedes car owned by the tennis superstar. The luxury car comes with a 6208 CC engine with 5 cylinders and 420 horsepower. The cost of the car is over $400,000.

3) Dubai Apartment

Lavish Dubai apartment belonging to Roger Federer

He owns a lavish apartment in Dubai, UAE. The main goal for the apartment was to serve as a base of training to get use to heat and different weather conditions from his home country, Switzerland. 

2) Crap Carver Villa

Most expensive things owned by Roger Federer - Crap Carver Villa

In 2008, Roger Federer bought a home in the Swiss village of Valbella. The Swiss style modern charlet includes some surrounding land with tennis court, having a lot of spaces and other features Roger would love. 

1) Wollerau Penthouse Apartment 

Most expensive things owned by Roger Federer - penthouse apartment in wollerau

The tennis player owns a a lakeside penthouse in Wollerau, South of Zurich in Switzerland. This location has a reputation of huge tourist attractions each year and its a leading global city and among the world's largest financial cities. 

Motivational Quotes To Learn From Roger Federer 

1) I’ve always been aware that the image you patiently construct for an entire career can be ruined in a minute. It scares you a bit, but that’s the way things are.

2) You have to believe in the long term plan you have but you need the short term goals to motivate and inspire you.

3) Sometimes you have to accept that a guy played better on the day than you.

4) Once you find that peace, that place of peace and quiet, harmony and confidence, that’s when you start playing your best.

5) I always believe if you’re stuck in a hole and maybe things aren’t going well you will come out stronger. Everything in life is this way.

6) When you do something best in life, you don’t really want to give that up – and for me it’s tennis.

7) I’m a very positive thinker, and I think that is what helps me the most in difficult moments.

8) You have to put in a lot of sacrifice and effort for sometimes little reward but you have to know that if you put in the right effort the reward will come.

9) There is no way around hard work. Embrace it. You have to put in the hours because there’s always something which you can improve.

10) What I think I’ve been able to do well over the years is play with pain, play with problems, play in all sorts of conditions.


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