|Date of Birth:||1989, July 31|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Birth Name||Victória Fyódorovna Azárenka|
|Birth Place||Minsk, Belarus|
|Famous Name||Victoria Azarenka|
|Net Worth||$ 15 million|
|Affair with||Sergei Bubka,Redfoo|
|Boyfriend||Billy McKeague previously|
Victoria Azarenka is a Belarusian professional tennis player and former number one woman tennis player in the world. She won the Australian Open twice and was first-ever woman tennis player of Belarus to win the Grand Slam title.
Azarenka is one of the highest-paid Female Athletes and has the net worth of about $15 million at current. Also a mother, she and her son, Leo is living a blissful life.
As of 2019, Victoria Azarenka has an estimated net worth over $15 million. She is one of the best paid female athletes in the world. Earlier in the Forbes list, she was ranked the fourth highest-paid female athlete with total earnings of $15.7 million between 2012–2013.
At the time, she was also ranked fourth on the list of WTA prize money leaders and the youngest in the top ten.
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In 2018, she earned the prize money over $428,473.
In 2016, her annual earning from the prize money and endorsement deal was reported to be $6.6 million. The amount included Prize money: $3.6 million and Endorsements money: $3 million.
Her endorsement revenue was around $ 9 million and her total prize money of $ 7.9 million which she earned in 2012, was the best record for a female athlete in any sport during the same year. Her annual earnings in 2013 and 2014 were $12 million and $11.1 million respectively.
|Year||Earnings ( Prize money + Endorsement)|
Azarenka' career prize money earnings are $29,884,861 so far.
Furthermore, she has been endorsed by Nike, Yonex, American Express, Citizen Watch, Red Bull and many more, which helps her to add tremendously sum to her net worth.
In 2015, she purchased a 1,900 sqft home in Manhattan Beach, California (CA), US for $7 million. In 2016, it was torn down and build in its place which completed in 2017.
Victoria Azarenka was in a relationship with a Ukrainian tennis player, Sergei Bubka in 2011. The couple later split in 2012 after dating for only one year.
Azarenka has also dated the renowned American musician Stefan aka Redfoo and after which she was in a relationship with Billy McKeague. She and her boyfriend, Billy McKeague welcomed their first child named Leo to the world on December 19, 2016.
The couple split up in 2017 but got involved in the legal custody of their son. Due to the case, she missed the US Open 2017 and rest of the tournament in the same year.
It was known that in early 2018, she won the initial round of the custody, however, a county judge of Los Angeles ruled the couple custody case should be solved in Belarus rather than in the USA.
Victoria Azarenka is of Belarusian nationality. She was born to mother, Alla, and father, Fedar Azarenka on July 31, 1989, in Minsk, Belarus. She also has an older brother named Max.
She started playing tennis at the age of 7 and at the age of 15 moved to the USA to pursue her tennis career. During her childhood, she grew up watching Steffi Graf who she calls her idol.
Azarenka's major professional career started in 2003 and she won the Australian and US junior open in 2005. Later she won her first ITF Women Circuit and moved up the ranking in the tennis world.
She had a memorable win against Serena Williams at the Sony Ericsson Open in the final to lift the title. In the other edition of the tournament, she defeated Jelena Jankovic in the first game but faced loss to Caroline Wozniacki in the other.
She became the first Grand Slam winner when she defeated Maria Sharapova in the last round of the Australia Open singles in 2012. Following the performance, she reached the number one spot in the women’s ranking in 2012.
She also bronzes medal for Belarus at 2012 Summer Olympics.
After several memorable performances at the tennis circuit, she took a temporary leave in 2016 from tennis due to her pregnancy. She made her return in the minor tournaments in 2017 and 2018 but failed to make an impression.
At the 2019 Wimbledon, Azarenka lost in the third round (6-3, 6-1) to the eventual winner, Simona Halep.