Jennifer Brady

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Facts of Jennifer Brady

Birth Name
Jennifer Brady
Famous Name
Jennifer Brady
Patrick Brady
Elizabeth Brady


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$2 Million

Jennifer Brady is an American professional tennis player who currently ranks No. 168 in the WTA rankings. She is a Right-handed player who has won one WTA singles title, four singles titles, and five doubles titles on the ITF circuit. Her best record was reaching the fourth round of the 2017 Australian Open, while her career-high singles ranking is No. 13. She is a former college player at the University of California, Los Angeles, leading her team to win the 2014 Division 1 Women's Tennis National Championship in Athens, Georgia.

Brady recently made the headlines by defeating Angelique Kerber in the tournament's fourth round. With her budding career, how much does she earn from tennis? What is her net worth? Has she married? Stick to the end to know in detail.

Jennifer Brady Tennis Earnings and Net worth

Jennifer has been playing tennis professionally since 2014. Her career record is 241–165, and she has won 1 WTA title so far, with the best ranking reported as no. 40. She has earned $4,644,655 from his professional WTA career, while earnings from doubles is $45,995.

Jennifer Brady's net worth earned from different sources is estimated to be about $2 million in 2022.

Jennifer Brady promoting nutritional supplements SOURCE: Instagram@jenny_brady7

The former college tennis player will reportedly earn a good amount in prize money from the ongoing US Open Championship, where she has reached the quarterfinal defeating Angelique Kerber. The total prize money for the tournament is $39,024,000. She also makes money from her endorsement deals. She endorses Tequila Avion and might be getting some benefits from the company.


Jennifer Brady was born on April 12, 1995, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US. She is 27 years old as of 2022. Her mother is Elizabeth Brady, while her father's name is Patrick Brady. She also has a twin sister, Jessica.

Brady started playing tennis at age 7. She was also a college tennis player for the University of California, Los Angeles, and led the team to win the  NCAA Division 1 Women's Tennis National Championship in 2014. Her Tennis idols growing up were Justine Henin and Lleyton Hewitt.

Height and Stats

Jennifer is five ft. 10 inches tall. Her current coach is Michael Geserer. Her singles career record is 241–165, with a win percentage of 59.4%. She is currently ranked No. 168 as of June 2022, while her best ranking was No. 12 as of February 2021. 

Jennifer's best singles record was reaching the Australian Open semi-finals in 2017. She has earned the second round of the French Open and Wimbledon tennis twice and has reached the quarterfinals of the US Open recently. She will now face Yulia Putintseva in the quarterfinals.

Relationship Status and Boyfriend

The rising tennis player is reported to be unmarried and single. She doesn't have a boyfriend or partner. She is currently focused on her career and training hard to be a better player at tennis. However, Jen could be dating her boyfriend secretly as she hasn't revealed anything about her personal life.

Early Days and Career 

Jennifer started playing tennis with her parents in their backyard. She started training with her local team coach and eventually won several titles in her hometown. The athlete became spotlighted after making her professional debut in 2014 at the US Open. Brady had received a wildcard for the women's doubles main draw. In the next two years, She won four singles and fives doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.

Jennifer played in the main draw of a WTA 125K series tournament at the Carlsbad Classic in November 2015. The following year, She reached the quarterfinals at the Guangzhou International Open in singles and doubles. The athlete became a household after making her breakthrough at the Grand Slam. Brady qualified for the Australian Open after winning all three qualifying matches. 

After having wonderful matches at the events, She directly qualified for the remaining three Grand Slam tournaments. Brady had the best opening season at the US Open after winning against Andrea Petkovic and Monica Niculescu in the first and third rounds. 

Titles and Awards

In 2018, Brady and Vania King reached the finals of the Indian Wells Challenger but lost. Jennifer had ups and downs in the next two seasons and won her first WTA title in 2020 at the  Lexington Open in Kentucky. The same year, She started her Brisbane International by defeating world No. 1 and home favorite Ash Barty in the round of 16. In 2021, Jennifer reached the peak of her career and reached the Finals of the Australian Open but lost against Naomi Osaka. Brady peaked at No.13 in World Tennis Rankings in February 2021. 

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