In the 18 years long career, Samantha has introduced herself as a prominent tennis player and has been able to earn the estimated net worth of $18 million. Wanna know more about her career earnings, prize money, and net worth? Scroll down to know.
Samantha Stosur's main source of income is her prize money from tennis career and her endorsements. Blessed with fortunes and her incredible talent, Samantha has earned more than $17.15 million in prize money in her career till date including $69,571 YTD prize money in 2018.
Well, Samantha got professional in 1999 on the ITF Women's Circuit and soon her dedication led to success in 2005, as she was able to win US Open Doubles alongside her partner Lisa Raymond receiving the prize money of $125,000. In the same year, she also won Australian Open Mixed Doubles partnering with Scott Draper.
In 2007, Samantha and Lisa made their partnered victory in the 2007 German Open getting hands over $27,270 prize money. But later Samantha was diagnosed with Lyme disease and took a 10-months break. Making her comeback in 2008 Wimbledon, Samantha and Lisa's partnership held the position of the runner-up against Serena Williams and Venus Williams taking home $115,100.
The same year, Samantha and Bob Bryan's mixed doubles got the victory in the 2008 Wimbledon. In 2009, Samantha made her singles break-through, and soon she became the limelight in the women's singles tennis after she finished runner-up in Frech Open in 2010 against Francesca Schiavone. A year later in 2011 US Open, Samantha won against Serena Williams and got the prize money of $1.758 million.
By the end of 2011, Samantha earned the net worth around $3 million and reaching up to 2014, it became nearly $8 million after having 94 wins in the US Open and Wimbledon.
In 2015, Samantha completed her 500th career wins defeating Monica Niculescu in the Australian Open and led her net worth to $10 million by the end of the year.
On May 22, 2016, Samantha made her way to the French Open women singles semi-finals but lost to Garbiñe Muguruza. However, she got the prize money of $538,570, but her doubles performances were not quite good enough as Samantha was able to make only about $57,000 in 2016.
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Although, her product endorsement with companies such as Elephants, ASICS clothing, USUNA and Babolat racquets made the rise of her net worth to $15 million in 2016. The detail of incomes and endorsement deals is still undisclosed.
Year by year, Samantha's net worth is climbing up the ladders. Samantha also owns a three-bedroom villa in Benowa bought in 2007 for $508,500 and made $615,000 from her singles tennis and $58,000 from the doubles in 2017.
As reported in 2017, Samantha made the fortune of $17 million net worth with her gameplay and endorsements.
In 2018, Samantha made her way in the Australian Open, however, it's not going as it was expected as she lost to Monica Puig in the first round. Despite her loss, she got the prize money of $45,524. Talking about her 2018's earnings as of February, it is $69,000 making her career earnings $17.12 million.
Though Samantha's net worth of 2018 is still under review, as per the current report of February, her net worth is estimated to be around $18 million. Comparing her past net worth, in 2017, it increased by 13.33 % than that of 2016 and by 5.88% than in early 2018, than that of 2017.
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As estimated, her net worth will be increased by 11.11% to nearly $20 million at the end of 2018.
|Year||Net worth||Growth rate by year|
|2018||$20 million (projected)||11.11%|
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