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The Net Worth of Alexander Zverev: How Much Has the German Made Through Tennis and Brand Endorsements?



Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev

Considered to be one of the most gifted and promising players of this generation, Alexander Zverev was born in Hamburg, Germany on April 20, 1997.

Both his parents, Irina and Alexander Zverev Sr. were tennis players who played for the Soviet Union. They moved to Germany in 1990 for Irina’s tournament. Both of them were offered the positions of tennis instructors. It led them to make the decision to settle in the country.

Alexander Zverev is now trained by his father. His former mentors include Ivan Lendl and David Ferrer. The ruthless backhand which he possesses is picked up by him by watching his mum.

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Alexander Zverev

Alexander Zverev’s Career

Alexander had a flourishing Junior career as he became the World No 1 Junior Tennis. He started his junior career in 2011 at International Tennis Federation and won his junior title in 2013. In 2015, he was ranked 83 in the US Open and became the youngest player in the top 100. He was also named the ATP newcomer of the year.

In 2016, Zverev defeated Roger Federer at the Halle Open, and in the same year, he won his first ATP final in St. Petersburg Open.

In 2017, he won against Stan Wawrinka in the Miami Open and won two more Masters titles in Rome Masters and Canada Masters. By the 2018 season, he was world rank number 5 and won the Monte Carlo Masters title.

Alexander won the 2018 ATP World Tour Finals by defeating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals and finals, respectively. It still remains his biggest title to this point in his career.


Net Worth of Alexander Zverev

Zverev started playing professional tennis in 2011. His major source of income is from his career as a tennis player. He also earns through photoshoots, advertisements, and endorsements. His net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be around $17million (Rs.1,289,832,551).

In 2021 Zverev earned $667,703 in prize money for 16 matches in various tournaments. According to the official ATP website, during his professional career, he earned  $23,995,765 in prize money. 

Brands Which the German Endorses

Alexander Zverev is sponsored by some of the top brands such as Rolex, Richard Mille, Adidas, and many more.

Richard Mille – In 2016, Zverev was signed on by luxury Swiss watch brand Richard Mille as its brand ambassador. Zverev even had a 2018 special edition dedicated to him – the RM 67-02 Alexander Zverev Edition.


Rolex – Alexander joined the elite luxury Swiss watch brand Rolex in 2021. Zverev joined the likes of Roger Federer, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Dominic Thiem with Rolex.


Adidas  – Zverev previously used Nike until 2016.  Since then has been sponsored by the German sports apparel company. Alexander wears Adidas’ kits on match days which includes footwear.

Head– This is a popular racquet among top tennis players such as Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic. Zverev had been using Head racquets for a long time.

He signed a long-term sponsorship deal with Head in 2018. He currently uses the Head Gravity Pro racquet.

Peugeot- Zverev began endorsing the luxury automobile brand – Peugeot. He has done various adverts across all the mediums for the brand and he also uses Peugeot cars in his personal life.