The American tennis legend Serena Williams knows her worth on and off the tennis court. Starting from her tennis achievements to her accomplishments in the business world, her value has only increased, setting her apart from other athletes. Even now, though she hung up her racket in 2022, the 41-year-old American tennis legend is unstoppable and has touched new heights of accomplishment in terms of her wealth.
Even after earning a neat fortune on the tennis court, she has now turned her focus to the business world, leaving no stone unturned in her wishes. But now that she has welcomed her second baby girl, her fortune is ready to take a huge rise, putting her on the pinnacle of sporting success stories.
Tennis fans are undoubtedly definitely aware of the fact that the 41-year-old American tennis legend is one of the highest-paid athletes in the world. But now, the 23-time Grand Slam champion is also on the verge of achieving a remarkable net worth of her own, making her stand out as a self-made woman.
According to Forbes, the former number one ranked tennis player is listed under America’s Self-Made Women of the Year, carrying a net worth of around $260 million. But that’s not all. With her growth in the present, her net worth has surged to $290 million, taking a step closer to reaching $300 million. Subsequently, it won’t be wrong to say that her second daughter is already bringing a lot of positive news and good fortune into the family.
Apart from earning around $95 million from the tennis court, the rest of her valuation is from her businesses and endorsements that she has done outside of the tennis arena. While being active as an investor in ‘Serena Ventures’, she has also expanded her efforts as a producer as she launched a multimedia company, Nine Two Six Productions.
Not only that but earlier this year, when Serena appeared in the Top 50 of the Forbes List of Highest Paid Athletes, her achievements stunned everyone.
A few months back, Forbes released the list of the highest-paid athletes in the world, and despite being inactive for the whole year of 2022, the two tennis players to make it in the top 50 were Serena Williams and Roger Federer. She was the only woman standing at the top of the line, trying to fill the gender-associated financial gap that is still blossoming in the sports arena.