Andreas Seppi is a professional tennis player from South Tyrol region in northern Italy, who turned pro in 2002. He started his career playing in the ATP Futures and ATP Challenger Series circuits. Seppi is trained and coached by Massimo Sartori and loves to play on clay and hard courts. He accomplished a career-high singles ranking of World No. 18.
Currently thirty-five years old, Seppi is married to his girlfriend, Michela Bernardi. Furthermore, his net worth is estimated at over $6 million.
Andreas Seppi Net Worth & Endorsements
As of 2019, Andreas Seppi has an estimated net worth over $6 million. According to the source, Seppi has an annual income of $772,120. As prize money, he accumulated around $10,065,184.
Furthermore, Seppi is a popular face with advertisers. Over the past few years, he is endorsed by Pro Kennis tennis racquets and Fila Gear.
Over the past few years, he earned a huge name and fame due to his remarkable performance.
Massive of his fans and followers following him on Instagram, Twitter, and on Facebook.
Andreas Seppi Personal Life & Dating
Seppi and his longtime girlfriend Michela Bernardi are officially husband and wife now. They celebrated their wedding on Sep 10, 2016.
Their wedding took place in Ortisei on Saturday afternoon in front of their family and friends. They used social media like Twitter and Instagram to flourish their wedding news.
It is about several months of their marriage and still, they are looking happy in their relationship.
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Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, to everyone who played such a special part in our day. We are so grateful for all of the flowers and presents that we received. No words can explain how appreciative we are to have such incredible friends and family present in our new life together. We felt showed with loved and affection, and it really contributed to our joy on our amazing day. When I was a little girl, I spent much time wondering what kind of man my husband would be and also what he would look like. Well I am looking at you now, and I have to smile. Not because I have seen you in my dreams, but because it just feels so right. It seems like yesterday when we went out for our first coffee together. Now we are husband and wife. This is the biggest step in life that we will ever make- deciding to love and care for each other, to respect, to help, and to be there for each other a lifetime. It might look easy today, but we are definitely going to have to work on it every single day. But the bond of love between a husband and wife was, is and will always be the biggest dream I have. I know that dreams don't become reality through magic, but I know with hard work, passion and always seeing the light through the dark, this love will be a love to last a lifetime. I love you to the moon and back; and I want to thank you, our families, and all our friends who made the best day of our life a true fairytale.
Bernardi is the life partner who is always there in good times and bad times with her husband. She is very grateful for being a wife of Seppi.
Seppi is fluent in English, German, and Italian language. He supports the A.C Milan team. He is a good friend of Karin Knapp who is a WTA player.
Seppi loves to travel along with his wife. Their favorite holiday destination is New Zealand. They both are the animal lover and have a dog at their home.
Andreas Seppi Early Life & Career
Seppi was born on 21 February 1984 in Bozen/Bolzano, Italy. Regarding nationality, he is Irish with the birth sign of Pisces.
Seppi started his professional career in 2001, where he played on ATP Futures and ATP Challenger Series for about three seasons. In 2003, he won his first future events, defeating Lars Ubel, in Munich Germany.
In 2004, Seppi participated and performed in Davis Cup against Georgia, losing to Irakli Labadze in five sets.
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Seppi made his final at the Sunrise challenger series, defeating Gustavo Kuerten, Juan Martin del Porto, and Nicolas Massu. In the final, he was losing the championship against the Gael Monfils.
In 2008, Seppi played at German Open Tennis Championships. He defeated Richard Gasquet, Juan Monaco, and Nicolas Kiefer before losing to Roger Federer in the semifinals.
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The year 2011-2012 brought good results for Seppi. He won the challenger title at Bergamo in 2011. That same year, he triumphed the first ATP title at Eastbourne.
Seppi won his second ATP title in 2012 at Belgrade, defeating Benoit Paire in the final.
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In 2012, he reached the fourth round of the French Open. The following year, he got knocked out in the fourth round of Wimbledon Championships.
In 2015 at the 2015 Australian Open, he became the headlines upon defeating Roger Federer third round in four sets.
The year 2016 disappointing for him. He had a satisfactory performance throughout the years.