Rafael Nadal’s Networth
Nadal is ranked 27th globally and third in terms of the highest-paid tennis players, according to Forbes. His total earnings amount to $40 million, which includes $14 million in salary/winning, and $26 million in his endorsements. Nadal has earned $110,279,818 in his career with his tennis racquet as prize money. Rafael Nadal is worth about $200 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
As far as endorsements are concerned throughout his career, Nadal did very well. His overall wealth has increased significantly over the years, whether it be his signature look on the court, or work away from tennis.
Stats by Rafael Nadal
Nadal clinched the 19th Grand Slam singles title of his career at the 2019 US Open. This puts him firmly behind Roger Federer’s record of 20 majors in the second spot on the all-time list. Last year, Rafael Nadal also won a record 12th French Open title. With Novak Djokovic being a close second at 34, Nadal has claimed a record 35 Masters 1000 titles. In 27 Grand Slam finals, the Spaniard has made an appearance, second only to Federer’s record of 31 finals. Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer’s 2008 Wimbledon Finals are widely regarded as one of the most iconic tennis matches ever.
Sponsors of Racquet
Nadal is another of those tennis players who are very serious about their rackets. He was a kid who grew up playing with a Babolat racquet, and he doesn’t seem to want to try any other option. In fact, from a technological point of view, he is still rumored to be using a racquet that is pretty old, but they paint it to look like the newest racket they sell. In this post, you can read more about Nadal’s racket.
He also uses the company’s strings, along with Babolat racquets. At this stage in his career, he is the face of their brand, and they continue to meet his financial demands.
Sponsors of Clothing
At this point, Nadal is the featured tennis player for Nike now that Roger Federer is with Uniqlo. Throughout his professional career, he has worn Nike apparel. Over the years, they altered his look, starting early on with a sleeveless shirt and capri pants. Now, while playing, he wears a very contemporary cut of clothing.
They haven’t officially released Nadal’s signature shoe, but for his look, he gets a lot of personal treatment. People love how he stands out on the court and when he goes deep into tournaments, he’s a major seller.
Other Deals for Endorsement
A common theme with Nadal is that he sticks with and feels passionate about a lot of businesses that he partners with. Since 2006, for instance, he has been a global ambassador for Kia. For over a decade, he’s also been working directly with Lanvin and their cologne.
|Height||6 ft 1 in|
|Address/Residence||Manacor, Balearic Islands, Spain|
|Endorsement||Nike, Kia motors, Richard Mille, Emporio Armani, Banco Sabadell, Quely and Babolat|
|Birthdate||June 3rd, 1986|