Roger Federer Net Worth

Roger Federer net worth and total career earnings: Roger Federer is a Swiss born professional tennis player who has a net worth of $450 million and total ATP career earnings of $117 million.

Roger Federer has won 101 ATP titles (second to Jimmy Connors 109) and a record 20 Grand Slam titles, 1 Davis Cup title, 1 Olympic Gold and 1 Olympic Silver. He is regarded as the best tennis player of all-time.

Federer was the highest-paid tennis player for the 13th straight year 2018 (Andre Agassi was the last player to out-earn Fed). The Swiss tennis ace banked $77.2 million between June 2017 and June 2018 by Forbes’ count, with $65 million of the tally from endorsements and appearance fees. His off-court earnings from marketers are higher than any other athlete’s. Since Federer has such a strong brand and since he is such a likeable person the Roger Federer Net Worth is likely to keep growing also after his tennis career. Federer has also invested in the Laver Cup where he is one of the founders and that enterprise will make him a lot of money years after he doesn’t play himself.

Roger Federer Net Worth

Roger Federer has an estimated net worth of 450 – 500 mUSD. With endorsements from companies like Rolex, Credit Suisse, Nike, Uniclo, Wilson, Mercedes Benz, LVMH and Barilla he has for a long time been one of the athletes in the world that makes the most money. Between June 2016 and June 2017, Federer earned an estimated $71.5 million, of which $65 million came from endorsements. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Federer earned $77.2 million. His new deal with Uniclo is worth 300mUSD over ten years and Roger Federer is considered to be the most marketable athlete in the world.

Roger Federer History

Roger Federer was born on August 8th, 1981 in Basel, Switzerland to parents Robert and Lynette. Federer began playing tennis with his parents and older sister Diana at a very early age and quickly showed signs that he had great talent for the game. At the age of eight Roger joined the Basel junior tennis program and at ten he met Australian player Peter Carter who saw the youngster’s potential. Carter and Federer trained together for the next four years until, at the age of 13, Roger accepted an invitation to attend Switzerland’s national tennis training center. At the time, the training center was located two hours away from Roger’s home in a part of Switzerland that spoke mostly French. Federer trained there for three years until a new facility was opened closer to his home in Biel. Peter Carter was one of the instructors at the new training center and his guidance helped Federer quickly rise up the world’s top junior rankings. As an amateur, Roger won the Wimbledon junior singles and double titles and was eventually the number one ranked ITF player in the world.

Soon after turning pro in 1999, Roger reached the semi-finals of a tournament in Vienna. After a few more high profile wins, Roger became the youngest member of the ATP’s top 100. In 2000 Roger represented Switzerland at the Olympics. Though he did not win any medals, he did meet Miroslava Vavrinec who was part of the Swiss national women’s tennis team. They immediately began dating and nine years later were married.

In 2001 Roger’s potential came to full bloom when he won his first ATP singles title. He followed this triumph at the Davis Cup where he and his fellow Swiss teammates defeated the United States. All of these successes led to the press coining the term “Federer Express” in their headlines. Roger went on to win his first two ATP doubles titles and end the season ranked #13 in singles.

One night Roger received many missed phone calls from his Coach Peter Lundgren. By the time he finally picked up the messages, Roger found out that his former mentor and friend Peter Carter had died. Carter’s death shook Roger to the core. He realized that he had not lived up to anything that Carter had taught him as a tennis player and even a man. Roger decided at that moment that it was time to step up his game on and off the court.

Roger Federer would eventually become the number one ranked player in the world, a title he held for a record 237 consecutive weeks from February 2004 to August 2008. As of this writing, he has won Wimbledon eight times, the Australian Open six times, the French Open once and the US Open five times. Federer has become one of the highest paid athletes in the world both on and off the court.


Roger Federer’s Career Earnings ATP Tour

  • 1998: $28,000
  • 1999: $225,000
  • 2000: $624,000
  • 2001: $865,000
  • 2002: $1.995 million
  • 2003: $4 million
  • 2004: $6.3 million
  • 2005: $6.1 million
  • 2006: $8.3 million
  • 2007: $10.1 million
  • 2008: $5.8 million
  • 2009: $8.8 million
  • 2010: $7.7 million
  • 2011: $6.4 million
  • 2012: $8.5 million
  • 2013: $2.4 million
  • 2014: $9.3 million
  • 2015: $5 million
  • 2016: $1.5 million
  • 2017: $6 million

Total career earnings: $ 123 million (does not include endorsements)

Roger Federer and his entourage travel by a private jet which costs just about $180,000 for every 24 hours of flight time. Obviously, Federer has found a way around this too as he is the brand ambassador of NetJets. When they are on road, it is in one of his six Mercedes-Benz cars, another sponsorship reward. But Roger Federer loves the good life. According to a report in, Federer pays $1,000 to his New York barber, Tim Rogers. But this shouldn’t come as a surprise for a man who earns $77 a minute.

Federer loves spending on real estate. His three plush houses across two continents is proof. During the cold, Federer and his family lives in the exclusive penthouse which overlooks the Dubai Marina. Federer who is also Formula One driver Fernando Alonso’s neighbour says that Dubai is almost like home because of its connectivity. When he is back in Switzerland, he chooses between his home in Swiss Alps and his glass mansion on the shore of Lake Zurich.

The holiday home which makes for one picturesque view of the Alps is nicely lodged in the mountains of Graubunden and was built from scratch. It cost him a reported £13.25 million. His main base, the one which offers a magnificent view of Lake Zurich has floor-to-ceiling windows and is located in an area which has Europe’s lowest tax rates and has attracted many millionaires before. The Roger Federer Net Worth is the highest for any tennis player in the world.

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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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