Tsitsipas’ net worth is staggering given his young age and relative inexperience in the sport. He is only 23, but has a massive financial worth attached to his name. As of 2021, his net worth is estimated to be approximately $12 million. That is an astronomical value, and you can bet on it increasing in the years to come, and of course with Tsitsipas winning more honours in his career.
Tsitsipas earned more than $1.5 million in the calendar year of 2021. Over his career, he has earned a grand sum of more than $14 million. This stems strictly from prize money from his tennis ventures. His endorsements and brand deals net him more revenue, and those figures are another thing altogether.
Tsitsipas endorses or has endorsed many companies and brands throughout his professional tennis career. The most prominent association he shares is with Adidas. The Greek partnered with Adidas in 2015, and wears Adidas clothes and shoes when he takes to the court. Along with Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev, he is the main endorser for the brand from the world of tennis.
The tennis ace is an ambassador for watchmaker Rolex, who he associated with in 2018. His racquet sponsor is Wilson, and he uses a special racquet called the Wilson Custom Blade 98. The company complied with his request and painted his racquet with the colours of the Greek national flag.
In his home country, Tsitsipas endorses Melissa, the leading pasta company in Greece. The company’s main slogan is how it and the Greek hero are united in sharing the traits required to succeed, which include love, dedication and hard work.
The tennis player also endorses deodorant brand Rexona, and clothing and equipment manufacturer New Balance. He joined forces with both in 2019, and has appeared in various advertisements and campaigns for both brands.
Tsitsipas is active in charity work and philanthropy. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he launched ‘Beyond 100 Support’, an online auction. The funds generated went to the Player Relief Programme. Tsitsipas has also held fundraisers for the World Wildlife Fund on Facebook.
Tsitsipas partnered with Mazi Gia to Paidi (Together for Children) in 2018. The NGO helps children overcome poverty, domestic violence and other such social evils. As an ambassador for the NGO, he uses his social media to spread awareness.
Greek restaurant Stalactites teamed up with their countryman to launch ‘Tsitsipas Souvlaki’, which is a Greek speciality that the tennis star launched. Any funds generated from the sales of the ‘Tsitsipas Souvlaki’ were donated to COVID-19 relief funds.