Source: The Herald

Tim Henry Henman was named British No. 1 in 1996; a position he held again from 1999 until 2005 before being dethroned by Andy Murray.

Source: the telegraph

Henman has done exceptionally well throughout his tennis career, and the total prize money he has earned in both doubles and singles during his career is $11,635,542.

Apart from that, Tim has endorsement and sponsorship deals totalling more than $32 million. Tim Henman’s net worth is estimated to be $20 million.  

Tim Henman(right) with Andy Murray (left). Source: Sports Mole.

Post-retirement

The former British number one tennis player is now a BBC sport pundit. However, he continues to receive lucrative sponsorship deals from major corporations such as HSBC.

Source: The Mirror.

Henman’s real estate

Tim Henman and his wife Lucy Heald moved from Branes in Southwest London to Aston Tirrold in 2003. The move was necessitated by the couple’s decision to have children, as well as his wife’s horses.

The couple currently lives with their three gorgeous daughters. Tim Henman and his wife Lucy Heald moved from Branes in Southwest London to Aston Tirrold in 2003.

The move was necessitated by the couple’s decision to have children, as well as his wife’s horses. The couple currently lives with their three gorgeous daughters.

Source: Daily Mail

Tim Henman’s mansion- ‘Filberts’ is said to be valued at around £2 million. The Filberts is a 5-bedroom home located on the outskirts of southern Oxfordshire, approximately 5 miles from Dicot.

It is set on three acres of ground and has a tennis court, a swimming pool, and a separate two-bedroom cottage.

Henman’s car collection

Source: Shropshire star

English sports vehicles fascinate Tim. Tim revealed in an interview that his fascination with automobiles began when his father drove him and his brothers to school in a black MGB GT.

Mr Henman’s first car was a Peugeot 306 XSi, which he purchased for £13,000. Tim then used some of the money he earned during his second Wimbledon semi-final appearance in 1999 to buy a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S.

He brought the car for £100,000, which he later sold. Tim was fortunate to get many automobile offerings from his official sponsors. These offerings included a Mercedes SL 500 in 2003 and a Jaguar XKR in 2004.

Tim Henman now drives a Jaguar F-Type R, which he purchased in 2018. Tim’s future dream automobile is the Jaguar I-Pace.

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