How Much is Venus Williams' Net worth? Details about her Car, House and Endorsement Deals.
Venus Williams is the first Afro-American woman to win the World no.1 title in the singles ranking during the Open Era. She became co-No. 1 in doubles alongside her sister, Serena Williams after winning their 4th consecutive grand slam doubles title at Roland Garros.
What is Venus Williams’ Net Worth?
Venus Williams has a net worth of $75 million, according to The Richest. Thanks to her US Open & Wimbledon career. And on top of her tennis career, Venus also endorses huge brands like Tide, Nike, Addidas etc. And as of 12th June 2017, Williams won $36,520,636 prize money for playing singles in Women Tennis Association.
In the year 2012, Venus Williams was paid $250,000 from Wilson’s Leather shopping, $1,000,000 from Avon Cosmetics, $1,100,000 from Wrigley Chewing Gum, $12,900,000 from Misc. Earnings, and $1,000,000 from McDonald’s.
Williams' tennis career has won her more than $34 million in tournament winnings during her tenure. However, Venus has keen entrepreneurial interests that have extended her personal fortune today in 2017.
Venus Williams’ Assets - Car, and House
Venus shares a 10,700 square foot Palm Beach Florida, mansion in Ballen Isles, with sister Serena which they bought together in 1998 for just a little over half a million.The mansion consists of 50-foot swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna, and Home Office. The villa is valued at $4.5 million now. Here are the five facts about Venus Williams you may be interested to know.
As to which car does Venus Williams drives, she currently owns a Mercedes Benz-GL Class that costs an average of $85.000.
In 2007 Venus established her own fashion brand ‘EleVen’, specializing in stylish clothes and footwear good for women with an active lifestyle. Venus Williams' business ventures didn’t end with a fashion line. In 2009 Venus became a part-owner of the Miami Dolphins along with sister Serena Williams.
In 2010, Venus Williams released her first book called Come to Win; on How Sports Can Help You Top Your Profession. The book went on to become NYT best-seller.
— Venus Williams (@Venuseswilliams) June 21, 2017
Venus signed a promotional deal with Reebok when she was just 14. And the endorsement deals got even bigger as she excelled in her career. Venus signed a deal with Nike in 2003 worth a minimum $40 million. The gold medalist athlete has also endorsed Gatorade and nail polish during her career.
Quick Five facts about Venus Williams
- Venus is one of only six women in the Open Era to achieve 200 or more main draw Grand Slam singles matches.
- She played her first official game at the age of fourteen.
- Venus Williams’ first single title win came in 1997 IGA Tennis Classic when she played in Oklahoma City and defeated Joannette Kruger.
- She has won four Olympic gold medals, one in singles and three in women’s doubles including a silver medal in mixed doubles.
- Venus Williams is one of only three active WTA players and made the finals of all four Grand Slams, along with Serena and Russian Maria Sharapova.