Matteo Berrettini's net worth: Wimbledon finalist will bag $2.4M if he beats Novak Djokovic
Matteo Berrettini will walk home with $2.4 million if he wins, a huge drop from $2.9 million earned by Wimbledon single's winners in 2019
Matteo Berrettini has already smashed a huge record and become the one to beat after defeating Polish player Hubert Hurkacz in the Wimbledon semi-finals. He became the first Italian tennis player -- male or female -- to make it to the Wimbledon finals and will be facing World No 1 Novak Djokovic on center court at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London. He is currently ranked No 9 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). The 25-year-old player, who is dating Australian tennis player Ajla Tomljanovic, will jump up on the ranking chart to become World No 3 in case he wins.
Berrettini became the highest-achieving player from his country in 2019 after he became World No 8 in 2019. Corrado Barazzutti held that spot back in 1978. He beat French tennis player Gaël Monfils at the 2019 US Open and became the 2nd Italian semi-finalist in tournament history since Barazzutti in 1977. The same year he also won an ATP Tour title without dropping serve at Stuttgart on grass. Now Berrettini stands to face Djokovic in the Wimbledon men's finals, and winning the championship won't just win him the title or up his rankings, but also make him richer by a couple of millions. Here's how much Berrettini is worth and how much money he will bag if he wins against Djokovic.
What is Matteo Berrettini's net worth?
Berrettini's net worth is estimated to be $7.5 million, according to Sporting Free; Essentially Sports reports his net worth at around $6 million. His total career prize money earnings till now is $6,514,992. He also makes money from his collaborations with tennis brands as well as other endorsements.
Matteo Berrettini's sponsors
Berrettini's apparel partner is Italian sportswear company Lotto, which specializes in athletic and leisure apparel and footwear. His raquets are from Head Extreme 360 MP. He joins bigwigs like Novak Djokovic and Sasha Zverev who support the brand as well. Berrettini also supports Signum-Pro, a German business that makes high-quality tennis raquet strings, in addition to having a partnership with Head. Berrettini is also the brand ambassador for Italian watchmaker Capri and he represents the brand on court by wearing Capri patches on his clothes. He also sports Capri watches on court. He also has a contract with Colavita, an Italian food firm noted for its olive oil and pasta.
How much money will Matteo Berrettini if he wins Wimbledon 2021?
This year the men's and women's singles championship winners are set to earn approximately $2.4 million. This is a 27.6 percent drop from the total prize money in 2019, where winners took home a little under $$2.9 million, according to Sporting Newz.