Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player ranked No.8 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) in the world. He is the winner of the 20 Grand Slam men’s singles titles. Roger has been in position one for a total of 310 weeks and he won 103 ATP singles titles. Check Roger Federer Net Worth 2021, Salary, Income, endorsement deal, and Fees.
He is one of the highest-earning players in tennis with a high net worth. Check out all the details about the Roger Federer Net worth Salary Income, Endorsement, fees, etc here on this page.
Roger Federer Net Worth 2021
He is one of the tennis players often been on the top 10 list of the Forbes list. Not only this he is one of the highest-paid tennis players in the game. His totals earnings are approx $106.3 Million.
His net worth touches somewhere around $450 million.
Roger Federer Records
Roger is a holder of 20 Grand Slam titles including 8 Wimbledon titles and 6 Australian Open titles. He has won the 5 records for US Open titles consecutively.
He is one of the eight men who have a record for 31 singles in the Grand Slam finals in the men’s division for 10 consecutive times. Right from the Wimbledon Championships 2005 to US Open 2007.
Roger has 6 ATP Finals tiles and 28 ATP World Tour Masters 100 titles. He also has a record for 23 ATP World Tour 500 Titles.
Roger Federer Endorsement
One of the oldest endorsements of Roger Federer is the Rolex where the deal reports to be around $15 Million. He has tie-ups with major companies like Uniqlo which is a Japanese company where the deal is reported to be approx $300 Million.
Credit Suisse, Lindt, Sunrise, Jura Elektroapparate are a few of the Swiss companies. Other endorsements of roger are the tennis equipment manufacturers Wilson. Mercedes-Benz is another company to have a deal with Roger, a motor sporting and car selling company.
Other brands which he endorses are Gillette, Barilla, Rimowa, Sunrise, On, Moet & Chandon. He is also a partner with Nike.
He was also partners with NetJets, Emmi AG, and Maurice Lacroix earlier.