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What Is Carlos Alcaraz’s Net Worth In 2022?

Chris Stonadge

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What Is Carlos Alcaraz’s Net Worth In 2022?

Carlos Alcaraz is a Spanish tennis player currently ranked at six in the world rankings.

The 19-year-old has had an incredible breakthrough to the top of the sport, reaching two grand slam quarter-finals in his first two years on tour.

He’s won five ATP Tour titles, standing alone as the youngest winner of each of the Rio Open, Miami Open and the Madrid Open.

In his home tournament, he defeated national hero and all-time great Rafael Nadal in the quarter-final in the Spanish capital.

Alcaraz has earned acclaim for his remarkable athletic traits.

In particular, his direct sprints, counterattacking abilities from often indefensible positions on the court, and an extremely high peak footspeed which has earned him comparisons to a young Nadal and Gaël Monfils.

What Is Carlos Alcaraz’s Net Worth?

As of 2022, Carlos Alcaraz has an estimated worth of $2m (£1.6m) according to

Alcaraz broke the record for the youngest tennis player to enter the world’s top ten since his compatriot Nadal, and has been recognised on and off-court for those achievements with luxury endorsements.

The Murcia-born player is currently endorsed by Nike and Babolat for his apparel and equipment needs respectively, whilst also becoming a brand ambassador for high-end watch company Rolex earlier this year.

Former US Open champion Juan Carlos Ferrero currently coaches the teenage sensation and has done for a couple of years in his rise to tennis’ cream of the crop.

Alcaraz is currently taking the tennis world by storm, especially in the UK with his exploits at Wimbledon.

He manoeuvred his way past a difficult first-round opponent in Jan-Lennard Struff, winning over five difficult sets to ensure his passage to Round Two - in which he simply disposed of Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor 6-3, 7-6, 6-3.

Alcaraz faces 32nd seed Oscar Otte in the next round, after he defeated Peter Gojowczyk in straight sets before Chris Harrison retired in the opening set in Round Two.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Tennis, Wimbledon, Rafael Nadal

Chris Stonadge
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