Bernard Tomic Net Worth

Bernard Tomic Net Worth : $2 million

Profile

A professional tennis player of Australia

Nationality

Australian

Source of Wealth

Tennis, Sponsorships

Years of Experience

6 years

Date of Birth

October 21, 1992

Education

Completed high school from The Southport School

Marital Status

Single

Bernard Tomic’s Total Net Worth

Bernard Tomic, unhealthy an Australian professional tennis player, shop is already relishing the taste of success as a junior player. His current net worth is $2 million, pharmacy which he earned through prize money, ATP tours and endorsements. He is just 21, but has accumulated several prestigious titles in his kitty. He has been ranked #52 tennis player by the ‘Association of Tennis Professionals’. He is the youngest player ever to win the Davis Cup at the age of 17. He won 3 Orange Bowls in the 2008 Australian Open, and two junior grand slam singles titles in the 2009 US Open.

Business Investments

At the age of 13, Bernard signed a 6 figure contract with IMG, a sports marketing and management giant. Presently, he endorses some of the biggest brands, like Nike and Yonex (a racquet manufacturing company).

Ventures

Since the beginning of his tennis career, Bernard has played for numerous junior and senior-level titles. His successful portfolio includes an ATP Master Series, Grand Slam Tournaments, as well as other international tours, like 2012 London Olympics and Davis Cup.

Career

Bernard was born on October 21, 1992, in Stuttgart, Germany. He moved to Queensland, Australia, with his family when he was 3 years old. Later, during his high school years, he took sports scholarship from ‘The Southport School’. He has witnessed a flourishing career since the beginning of his junior winning titles in 2004. In 2007, he played in the junior Australian Open at the age of 14. By 2008, he began playing as a professional. The ‘2011 Wimbledon Championship’ was one of his unforgettable and successful performances. Recently, he added one more title to his success list by winning at the 2013 Apia International Sydney.