Daniil Sergeyevich Medvedev is a professional Russian tennis player who has a net worth of $17,000,000 as of 2021. Medvedev won 10 ATP singles titles. He has often taken a position in the top 10 of the ATP ranking and has reached a career-best ranking of No. 2 in March 2021.
Medvedev was born in Moscow on February 11, 1996. He represents his native country on the international level but has been living in Monaco for a long time. The start of his sports career was in France, where his family moved in order to give Daniil an opportunity to train and improve his playing style.
Daniil Medvedev has a lot to cherish after his impressive run. Courtesy of his series of top performances, the 25-year-old athlete reached his career-high ranking of No.3 in February 2021.
How much does Daniil Medvedev make from tennis?
Daniil Medvedev has an estimated net worth of $2,955,291 dollars from his salary and prize money He won a total of 4 ATP singles titles in his career.
Medvedev earned the singles ranking of 16 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) which he achieved on 5th November 2018. He won his first doubles title on 18th September 2017 with a ranking of 265. In French Open 2017, he got the first ranking and second in the US Open 2017 in doubles.
As prize money, Medvedev won $2,851,767 from his competitions. He turned pro in 2015. In the 2015 Kremlin Cup, Medvedev made his debut in tennis and won his first singles ATP World tour against Horacio Zeballos in Ricoh Open 2016. He ended 2018 with 38 wins on the ATP world tour.
US Open champion Daniil Medvedev leads the Russian Tennis Federation to a Davis Cup title.
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) December 6, 2021
In the US Open 2018, he won prize money of $128,939 and $156,000 as prize money in Wimbledon 2018 in the 3rd round. In the French Open 2018, he won $45,195 in the 1st round and $260,000 in the Australian Open 2019 as the prize money.
Daniil Medvedev has earned $17,206,415 in career prize money and is currently on the 32nd spot in the all-time earnings list. This added with his endorsements and brand deals has taken his net worth around $20 million.
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— ATPCup (@ATPCup) February 7, 2021
Brands which the Russian endorses
Medvedev’s popularity has landed him some big brand deals. One of the most popular players in Russia and in the world, he endorses Tecnifibre, Lacoste, BMW, Tinkoff, Bove, some of the leading brands in the world in their respective fields.
Lotto Sport – Before signing with Lacoste, Medvedev had a deal with Trevignano-headquartered Italian sports equipment manufacturers, Lotto Sport.
Lotto was Daniil’s apparel sponsor before the French company snapped him up in 2019 in a multi-year deal. Along with Tecnifibre, Lotto Sport was Medvedev’s only other sponsor before the big Russian made his breakthrough in the later stages of 2019.
BMW – Probably the biggest endorsement deal signed by Medvedev was with BMW Russia back in 2019. The German car manufacturers extended their contract with Medvedev and announced the continuation of their partnership on their official Twitter account.
— Daniil Medvedev (@DaniilMedwed) September 18, 2019
Stefan Teuchert, the CEO of BMW Group Russia, said, “Daniil Medvedev is an outstanding athlete. His determination, perfectionism, and speed on the court go well with the spirit of BMW M.”
Tecnifibre – Daniil Medvedev is a brand ambassador for the Tecnifibre TFight 305 RS. Like many top pros, Medvedev uses a customized version of the model.
Tinkoff – The Russian online financial ecosystem brought in Daniil Medvedev in September 2019. With the announcement of their partnership, Daniil participated in Tinkoff’s an advertising and marketing campaigns and promotional events as their official brand ambassador. Tinkoff is the first Russian company to associate with the athlete.
Daniil said: “I’m absolutely delighted that my Russian brand partner is Tinkoff, one of the country’s most innovative, progressive, and open companies. They have totally changed people’s impressions of what the bank of the future will look like.”
We’ll all remember where we were the day @DaniilMedwed won his first Grand Slam title.
— Lacoste (@LACOSTE) September 12, 2021
Lacoste – Lacoste signed up Medvedev to an apparel deal in 2019. Daniil will don the iconic crocodile logo for another five years, as the French clothing company extended his contract through to 2026. The extension came on the back of Medvedev’s triumph at the 2020 ATP 1000 Paris Masters.