- Date of Birth
- Age 25 Years Old
- Famous Name SoonWoo Kwon
- Country South Korea
- Father Younghun
- Relationship Status single
- First Name Kwon
- Endorsment brands HEAD, Flex, Delta Air Lines, and Elroel Cosmetic
- No. of Instagram Followers 39.1K
- Father Nationality South Korean
- Mother Eunmi
- Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwon_Soon-woo
- Last Name Soon-woo
- Birth Name Kwon Soon-woo
- Net Worth $1 Million
- Mother Nationality South Korean
- Siblings Hakyung and Sookyung
- Birth Country South Korea
- No. of Siblings 2
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/soonwookwon/
- Famous Name SoonWoo Kwon
- Career Earnings $2,300,615
- Horoscope Sagittarius
- Nationality South Korean
- Affair with Update soon
- Girlfriend Update soon
- Sponsors HEAD, Flex, Delta Air Lines, and Elroel Cosmetic
- Religion Christians
- Profession Tennis Player
- Famous for Tennis Player
- Started career as Tennis Player
SoonWoo Kwon is a South Korean professional tennis player with five singles titles on the ITF World Tennis Tour. He also has three on the ATP Challenger Tour. Besides, Kwon's big break came in 2019 when he won his first Challenger title at Yokohama. The right-handed player turned professional in 2017.
Furthermore, Kwon achieved his career-high No. 52 ATP ranking in November 2021. He has also represented South Korea in the Davis Cup. Kwon made his debut for the nation while playing in the 2017 Davis Cup while playing against Uzbek tennis player Denis Istomin. Also, he played in the 2022 Davis Cup Finals.
How Much Is SoonWoo Kwon Worth? His Prize Money and Career Earnings
Since turning professional in 2017, Kwon has played in many big games that have helped him preserve a considerable fortune. Kwon has an estimated net worth of around $1 million. At the time of this post, Kwon has accumulated total prize money of $2,300,615.
Kwon has racked up more than $800,000 (2017-2022) while playing in Grand Slam games. From his ATP tours, Kwon has earned over $400,000. So, it becomes clear that Kwon has made the most of his gains from his professional career as a tennis player.
Kwon's Endorsement and Sponsorship Deals
Kwon has collaborated with multiple brands. Being a tennis player, he also earns money from brand endorsement. Since his early teens, Kwon has been with HEAD Tennis. His rackets are HEAD Radical PRO Tennis Racquet, HEAD Radical MP Tennis Racquet, and HEAD Radical S Tennis Racquet.
Likewise, Kwon's bags appears to be from Fila as he carries them in his games. Besides these brands, Kwon has also worked with the companies such as Flex, Delta Air Lines, and Elroel Cosmetic. Portuguese tennis player Nuno Borges has also worked with HEAD Tennis.
Love Life: Kwon Dating or Single?
The professional tennis player seems to be a single guy. There have been no records of Kwon having serious affairs with anyone at the moment. The young player focuses entirely on his career rather than searching for a life partner.
Kwon has not been involved in any rumours or controversies regarding love matters. So, it can be said that Kwon has been leading a solitary life for a long time. Like Juan Pablo Varillas, Kwon has also preferred to keep his life away from the media.
However, Kwon often shares snaps of his professional life and events via his Instagram handle, where he is registered as @soonwookwon.
Family Background: Meet SoonWoo Kwon's Parents and Siblings
SoonWoo Kwon was born on December 2, 1997. He is a native of Sangju, South Korea, where he spent most of his early days. His hometown is famous for dried persimmons. Besides, Kwon received tremendous support from his parents, Younghun and Eunmi.
Kwon's father, Younghun, is a talented amateur tennis player. In the initial phase, Kwon was interested in playing football, and later, he developed an interest in pursuing a career as a tennis player. Just at the age of 10, Kwon began playing tennis.
Furthermore, Kwon's family also has two siblings; both sisters named Hakyung and Sookyung. Hakyung was 2015 Miss Korea (Gyeongbuk Province).
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Is SoonWoo Kwon Deaf?
No, Kwon is not deaf. However, the topic of Kwon being deaf came into the media when Lee Duckhee became the first deaf player to win an ATP Tour main draw match.
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