Nick Hilmi Kyrgios is an Australian professional tennis player. In singles, his career-high ATP singles ranking of world number 13 was achieved on 24 October 2016. Kyrgios has won six ATP titles and reached nine ATP Finals, including the Masters 1000 Final at the 2017 Cincinnati Masters.
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Nick Kyrgios: Net Worth, Salary, Career Earnings, Endorsements 2022
|Name||Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios|
|Source of Income||Tennis|
|Estimated wealth||$15 million|
|Marital status||In a relationship|
|Endorsements||Yonex, Nike, Beats|
His opulent property in Canberra, Australia, is included in his estimated $15 million net worth. He also has a modest collection of automobiles, including models from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Range Rover.
Kyrgios has accumulated prize money of $8,557,848 so far in his career. His estimated net worth is $8 million.
Kyrgios not only invests in the online platform but also founded the sports athlete media company PlayersVoice. In addition, he co-hosts the No Boundaries podcast with Alexander Babanine, another ATP player.
In total, Nick has earned $8,987,950 in prize money. The Australians’ main source of revenue comes from it.
Kyrgios’ cherished assets include the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and Tesla Model X in addition to the typical vehicles owned by athletes like Mercedes Benz (C Class) and BMW (M3).
Additionally, he owns a Nissan r35 GTR. He is thought to own alone more than $50,000 worth of automobiles.
Nick’s appealing facial features make it easier for business owners to choose him to represent their brands and appear in their advertisements. Kyrgios currently holds a number of endorsement contracts with Yonex, Nike, and Beats, a leading brand of headphones.
He has also lost various endorsements in the past due to his bad-boy reputation. During his 2015 controversies, the Australian clothing firm Bonds stopped their collaboration with him.
After he tanked in the Shanghai Rolex Masters in 2016, he was suspended and fined, and Malaysian Airlines opted to remove itself from Nick.
Born: April 27, 1995 (age 27 years), Canberra, Australia