Frances Tiafoe Net Worth

Known for his aggressive playing style, Frances Tiafoe is ranked in the top 50 by TAP as the youngest American tennis player. Thanks to his powerful forehands, he then achieved a career-high ranking of the world no. 29 in February 2019.

Frances Tiafoe reportedly has earned over $2.8 million in prize money. He also has some other income from numerous sponsorships including Nike, Adidas, TAG Heuer and Yonex. As a lot of achievements that he has reached, certainly a lot of fans really want to know about Frances’s net worth and earnings. So, let’s talk about him below!

Frances Tiafoe Net Worth

Frances Tiafoe’s Net Worth

As of 2020, Frances Tiafoe’s net worth is estimated at $6 million including his career prize money worth $3,863,233 and his annual wages of $2 million as of 2019. Here’s a list of Tiafoe’s net worth:

    • 2021: Under Reviewed
    • 2020: $6,000,000
    • 2019: $4,000,000
    • 2018: $3,000,000

With his net worth, Tiafoe purchased a house, around $660,000 and 2 luxury cars of $90,000.

Frances Tiafoe’s Salary

As a prize money, Tiafoe won around $849,255 from his competitions. At the age of 15 years, he won the Orange Bowl in 2013 and turned pro in 2015. He also participated in the main draw of French Open as the youngest American player. He definitely won 4 titles and 9 finals on the ATP Challenger Tour.

Tiafoe also won a prize money of $83,308.59 and $114,114.50 from the US Open 2018 and Wimbledon 2018. In the French Open 2018, he won $45,650 and around $421,082.51 as the prize money from the quarterfinals of Australian Open.

In the early days, Tiafoe was the brand ambassador of Adidas and then became the face of Nike from 2006. He was also the brand ambassador of Yonex, a company of Racquets. In 2019, the CEO of TAG Heuer (watch brand) signed a deal with Tiafoe.

Frances Tiafoe’s Career

In the early of his career, Tiafoe won the 2013 Orange Bowl at 15 years old and made him the youngest boys singles champion in the history of the tournaments. When he was 17 years old, he became the youngest American to participate in the main draw of the French Open since Michael Chang in 1989.

When he was teenager,Tiafoe also won the US Junior National Championship and enjoyed success on the ATP Challenger Tour with 9 finals and 4 titles.

Tiafoe is the fourth youngest player ranked by the Association of Tennis Professional (ATP) in the top 50. He won his first ATP title in the 2018 Delray Beach Open. He is currently ranked as number 30 in the world. He is also considered as the Saviour of the American men in tennis.

A few months before his 18 years old, Tiafoe climbed to a year-end ranking of 176, by cracking the Top 200. Unfortunately, he lost his next ATP match to David Goffin in the third set.

Tiafoe defeated Robin Haase in four sets, an opponent ranked in the top 50. After that, he continued this up with his first top ten win over world No.7 Alexander Zverev in August 2017.

In the semifinal with Croatia, he completed his Davis Cup debut for the United States. He then played in the fifth and decisive rubber against Borna Coric, after simply losing to Marin Cilic in straight sets.

Tiafoe then advanced to the third round of the tennis tournament at the US Open 2020 for the first time over Andreas Seppi of Italy. He then lost in straight sets in the sixteen round to third seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia.

Frances Tiafoe’s Career

Frances Tiafoe’s Playing Style

Just like a lot of top-ranked American contemporaries such as Sam Querrey and Jack Sock, Tiafoe plays an aggressive offensive game which relies on a big serve and powerful forehand. With 6 feet 2 inches tall. He is  definitely capable of launching serves at over 140 mph and regularly hits first serves between 120 and 140 mph.

John Isner remarked that Tiafoe could return his serve, after facing him at the 2016 US Open that is widely regarded as one of the best in the game and also any player on tour outside of Novak Djokovic.

John also noted that Tiafoe’s second serve could use improvement. His most unique shot is his forehand that carries heavy topspin and is also driven by an usual arm motion. He also credited Tiafoe’s improved serve when Tiafoe won the 2018 Delray Beach Open for his better play in the tournament.

Frances Tiafoe’s Life

Here’s about the Frances Tiafoe:

Personal Details

    • Full or real name: Frances Tiafoe
    • Nick name: Tiafoe
    • Profession: Professional tennis player
    • Date of birth: January 20, 1998
    • Age: 23 years, 5 months and 26 days
    • Birth place: Hyattsville, Maryland, US
    • Nationality: American
    • Salary: US$3,439,925
    • Net worth: $1 million-$5 million (Approx)

Physical Appearance

    • Height in cm: 188cm
    • Height in feet: 6 feet
    • his weight in Kg: 75 kg
    • Weight in IBS: 165 Lbs
    • Hair color: Black
    • Eye color: Black
    • Hair style: Small hair

Favorite

    • Hobbies: Tennis, swimming and Hockey
    • Favourite animals: Dog
    • Favourite colors: Green and Gray
    • Favourite games: Football and tennis
    • Favorite Tennis player: Rafael Nadal

Family

    • Father name: Constant Tiafoe
    • Mother name: Alphina Kamara
    • Brother: Franklin Tiafoe
    • Marital status: Unmarried
    • Girlfriend:  Ayan Broomfield
    • Girlfriend profession: Tennis Player

Career Details

    • Turned pro: 2015
    • Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
    • National team: American
    • Coach: Wayne Ferreira, Zack Evenden
    • Residence: Orlando, Florida, US
    • Career time: 2006-present
    • Career records (Singles): 62–89 (41.1%)
    • career record doubles: 10–19 (34.5%)
    • Career titles (singless) : 1
    • Career titles (Doubles): 0

Grand Slam Singles Results

    • Australian Open: QF (2019)
    • French Open: 1R (2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)
    • Wimbledon: 3R (2018)
    • US Open: 4R (2020)

Rankings

    • Highest ranking (singles): No. 29 (February 11, 2019)
    • Current Rankings (singles): No. 81 (March 2, 2020)

Grand Slam Doubles Results

    • Australian Open: 1R (2018, 2020)
    • French Open: 1R (2017, 2018)
    • Wimbledon: 1R (2017, 2018)
    • US Open: 2R (2014)
    • Highest Ranking (doubles): No. 173 (March 4, 2019)
    • Current Ranking (Doubles): No. 536 (March 16, 2020)
    • Davis cup: SF (2018)
    • Hopman Cup: RR (2019)

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