Carlos Alcaraz although young has notoriously set his goals and ambitions onto a level tremendously applaudable and is not looking to stop anytime soon.
The reigning champion of the US Open 2022, Carlos has already started being a regular at capturing high-profile tournaments and is without a shred of doubt already minting heaps of money.
Although his professional career has merely begun, the Spaniard is already anticipated and on his way to becoming the next Rafael Nadal, and his million-dollar deals back that up.
Currently ranked as the world No. 2, Carlos is undoubtedly one of the most humble players on the tour and despite him not being an owner of any exotic automobiles or a luxury estate yet, his sponsorship deals with sporting and MNC giants is something to brag about.
The 19-year-old was initially bound to his clothing deal with Lotto but in 2015, leading sports brand Nike swooped in and made their move with the Spaniard, signing the young Alcaraz by presenting him with a deal hard-to-pass.
Owing to Carlos’ resemblance with the ‘King of Clay’ Rafa, Nike offered him a similar deal they made with the Mallorca legend several years ago.
His road to making fortune did not, however, end there as most recently in January 2022 as Carlos was signed by the luxury watch brand Rolex and joined the likes of Roger Federer and Jack Sinner.
The ‘Swiss Maestro’ Roger Federer who is regarded as one of the most decorated brand ambassadors for Rolex signed his first 10-year $15 million deal with the Swiss watchmaking company in 2006 and was ultimately upgraded with a whopping $8 million annual deal in 2016.
What this means for the Spaniard is that if he can keep up his impressive performance and elevate his career statistics, Rolex might potentially renew and offer him a deal even sweeter than Roger’s.
Carlos Alcaraz’s net worth and other brand endorsements
Carlos Alcaraz has repeatedly been called the next big thing by several fans and tennis enthusiasts as he overly proved himself to be one of the most promising players on the tour when he achieved his career-best rank of world No. 1 and hasn’t failed to shower the crowd with his breathtaking performances.
Apart from taking home $2.6 million after bagging the Flushing Meadows title in 2022, Carlos’ estimated net worth as of 2023 is $5 million.
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Besides his deal with Rolex and Nike, Alcaraz is also endorsed by leading tennis goods manufacturer Babolat, German automobile company BMW, and a Spanish food company ElPozo.