|Date of Birth:||1960, March 7|
|Age:||59 years old|
|Birth Nation:||Czech Republic|
|Height:||6 Feet 1 Inch|
|Birth Name||Ivan Lendl|
|Birth Place||Ostrava, Czechoslovakia|
|Famous Name||Ivan Lendl|
|Net Worth||$40 million|
|Started career as||a tennis player|
|Current City||Vero Beach, Florida|
|Married to||Samantha Frankel|
Ivan Lendl is a retired professional tennis player. Originally from Czechoslovakia, he later became the citizen of America in 1992. During his career, in his majors, he has won eight titles. Moreover, he has won seven year-end championships. During his coaching career, he helped his team Andy Murray win three major titles and reach the No. 1 ranking.
Moreover, he has won seven year-end championships. During his coaching career, he helped his team Andy Murray win three major titles and reach the No. 1 ranking.
As of 2019, Ivan Lendl has an estimated net worth over $40 million. Furthermore, while playing professionally he summoned $21,262,417 as prize money, becoming the 16th all-time leader in earnings.
Upon his retirement, he became a tennis coach of multiple players which helped him to add tremendous worth to his net worth.
In 2016, he listed his Connecticut Estate mansion for $20 million. He purchased the property in the late 1980s for $4.2 million, then spared no expense building a lavish Georgian Colonial–style manor house.
Ivan Lendl is blessed with a happy married life. He married his beloved wife Samantha Frankel on September 16, 1989. The couple currently resides in Goshen, Connecticut.
The duo has five daughters. They are Isabelle Lendl, Daniela Lendl, Caroline Lendl, Nikola Lendl, and Marika Lenndl.
Besides his profession, he gives his equal time to his family. There are no records of his other relationships. Well, looking at their love and care we can't even imagine their divorce.
59 years old Ivan has a perfect height of 1.88 m and weight 79 kg. He holds both Czech Republican as well as American nationality and falls under white ethnic group. His birth sign is Aries.
He also donates money to the organization that looks after street children.
Ivan Lendl was born on March 7, 1960, in Ostrava, Czech Republic. His parents are Jiri Lendi and Olga Lendlova. He is the only child of his parents. Both of his parents were top tennis players of Czechoslovakia.
His mother was once ranked as the no. 2 best players of the country. He started playing tennis since his childhood and passed his childhood in his own birthplace. He graduated from the University of Alabama.
He developed his interest in playing tennis since his childhood and later made it as his professional career. He first came to the tennis world's attention as a junior player.
During his junior career, he won both boy's junior French Open and Wimbledon. After his victory, he became the world's no. 1 junior player. He became a professional player in 1978.
In 1979 he reached first top-level singles final and also won seven singles titles in 1980. He was also the part of Czechoslovakia's Davis Cup winning team. He appeared in all the World Team Cup from 1980- 1985.
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Later in 1986 he stopped playing all games and moved to the United States because of Czechoslovakia's Tennis Association considered him as an "illegal defector" from their country.
Well, in 1981 he won ten titles. Among all the games that he participated, he won 15 of the 23 singles tournaments in 1982. He also participated in World Championship Tennis (WCT) tour and won all the tournaments he participated in.
Moreover, he also won his first WCT Finals, defeating John McEnroe. Furthermore, he also won Masters Grand Prix defeating John again in the final. Because of his continuous victory, he became one of the highest earning tennis players.
His winning history continued in 1983 and for the first time, he reached Grand Slam final at the French Open in 1981. But he didn't get the victory.
For the second time, he reached the Grand Slam final but was again defeated. Ivan won his first Grand Slam title at 1984 French Open. But he lost 1985 French Open final with Mats Wilander.
In 2006, Roger Federer recorded Ivan as the only male player with over 90% match wins in five different years. In 1989 he won his first Australian Open title. in 1990 he became the winner of Queen's Club Championships.
At the age of 34, on December 21, 1994, he retired from his profession due to chronic back pain. After his retirement, he again participated in other matches like the Caesars Tennis Classic exhibition match in Atlantic City.
Moreover, he also participated in the match against McEnroe at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Also played in 2012 Sparta Prague Open tournament.
Besides his playing career, he also served as a coach. On December 31, 2011, Lendl became the coach of Andy Murray.
And on March 19, 2014, he left the club. Again on June 12, 2016, Lendl rejoined Andy Murray and worked as a coach.