Serena Williams Net Worth

Serena Williams Net Worth : $35 Million


Professional Tennis Player

Serena Williams Annual Income

$20 Million


United States

Source of Wealth

Tennis, Endorsements

Date of Birth

September 26, 1981



Marital Status


Serena Williams’ Income & Total Net Worth

Serena Williams, an American professional tennis player, has an estimated net worth of $35 million. She is the only female tennis player to earn more than $35 million as prize money. Apart from tennis, she earns $15-20 million per year by endorsing Nike and Kraft Foods. She signed a deal of $40 million to produce a fashion line with Nike, in 2004.

She holds a stake in NFL’s Miami Dolphins. She owns a beach home of worth $2 million in Ballen Isles. She won various gold medals, both at Sydney and Beijing Olympics.

Business Investments

Serena Williams has earned the prize money of $35 million. She represents the famous brand “Nike” (she signed a deal of $40 million with Nike). She holds a stake in NFL’s Miami Dolphins.  She is associated with many charities. She gathered funds for constructing “Serena Williams’ Secondary School” in Kenya, in 2008. She supported victims of Haiti Earthquake, by raising funds through a bid.

Properties: Private Fortune

Serena William’s fortune consists of luxurious “West Palm Beach” home. Its exclusive features include 4 bedrooms, a swimming pool, 5 full bathrooms and 2 half bathrooms. Every room, along with the breakfast room, the dining room, the library and the foyer has been designed in the same manner. The master bedroom is close to sitting rooms. There is a gallery to accommodate the trophies and mementos, won by her. The floor of the master bathrooms is made up of granite and marble.  These bathrooms are also furnished with beautiful cabinets.

Serena Williams’ Career

Serena Williams made her professional debut at the age of 14. She played several single and double tournaments. From 1999 to 2001, she always remained in the top 10 players list.

Awards and Achievements

She was awarded as the “WTA Newcomer of the Year” in 1998. She received “Tennis Magazine Player of the Year” in 1999. She was honoured with “Extraordinary Achievement Award” in 2000. She was the “ITF Women’s Singles Champion” in 2002. She got “Best Female Tennis Player ESPY Award” in 2003. She was ranked second in “Harris Poll Top 10 Female Sports Star. She received “Glamour Magazine Women of the Year Award” in 2009. She got “Outstanding Leadership Award” in Doha 21st Century Leader’s Awards. She attained 55th position in Forbes “100 Most Powerful Women in the World”, in 2010. She received “BET Award for Sportswoman of the Year” in 2012.