How much is Anna Kournikova's Net Worth? Her Career and Income Sources details

News by Clarence Published on 21 May,2017 Updated on 05 Jul,2018

Anna Kournikova is a retired Russian professional tennis player and model. She became a popular name in the tennis world through her talent as a tennis player and her outstanding beauty. Once married to Ice Hockey star Sergei Fedorov, the 36-year old tennis player and model is now currently engaged to  Enrique Iglesias

One of the richest tennis players in recent history, Kournikova has various sources of income and likes to spend her money in some interesting things. We have everything from her net worth, endorsement deals signing amount to her lavish lifestyle details, right HERE.

How much is Anna Kournikova's Net Worth?

Anna Kournikova's estimated net worth is $50 million. Her deals with Pro Tennis and The Biggest Loser are major contributors to her staggering net worth. Her yearly salary was reported to be $5,882,353. Kournikova also earned altogether $3.5 million prize money from WTA Tour.

Image: Anna Kournikova, tennis playing model

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Anna Kournikova lives a lavish life in her  Miami Castle worth $20 million. In addition to being a sports person, Kournikova is also a bikini model.  According to some reports, Kournikova spends a lot of money in traveling and ornaments.



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The Moscow native has been associated with major brands like Omega, Addidas, and Berlei. Anna Kournikova owns a car worth $50, 000. He main sources of income are Tennis career, Television, modeling and brand endorsements.

Anna Kournikova's Tennis Career

Anna began her professional tennis career in 1989. At the age of fourteen, Kournikova appeared for Russia at the Fed Cup. She became the youngest player ever to win a rubber in the event. Anna rose to fame in the year 1998 when she got to the top 20 in the women’s game. But, Kournikova’s tennis career could never reached the heights it was supposed to. Back and spinal injuries stopped her career short.

Image: Anna Kournikova at the Chris Evert Pro-celebrity Tennis Classic in Florida

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Even though Anna Kournikova never won a WTA single title, she reached No.8 in the world in 2000. On May of 2002, Kournikova was called the Sexiest Woman in the world in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Girls Poll for 2002, America edition.


At the age of 19, Kournikova achieved success playing 2 Australian Open doubles title alongside Martina Hingis in 2004. She had won Grand Slam titles in Australia in 1999 and 2002. All of a sudden, her career ended at age of 21 due to serious back and spinal issues with a herniated disk.


Anna’s presence as a tennis-playing-model-celebrity was effective in putting women’s tennis on the map. She appears in occasional exhibitions and in doubles for the St. Louis Aces of World Team Tennis too. Kournikova trained for season 12 of the television program ‘The Biggest Loser’, replacing Jillian Michaels, but did not come back for season 13. 

Apart from tennis and television work, Kournikova is involved as a Global Ambassador for Population Services International’s “Five & Alive” show regarding health crisis kids below the age of five and their families face.