Anna Kournikova Net Worth Bio, Career, Husband and Kids

Anna Kournikova Net Worth

Russian-American retired professional tennis star Anna Kournikova has a net worth of $60 million. At the height of her career, Anna Kournikova was one of Google’s most popular picture searches. In the early days of the internet, her model good looks, fashionable clothes, and designer dog propelled her to the top of the self-branding mountain. To know more about Anna Kournikova Net Worth: Bio, Career, Husband and Kids keep reading.

Anna Kournikova Bio

NameAnna Kournikova
Source of IncomeTennis, Television shows
Net worth$60 million
EndorsementsAdidas, Omega, and Berlei.

On June 7, 1981, in Moscow, Russia, Anna Kournikova entered the world. Her family is full of athletes; her father was a Greco-Roman wrestling champion, her mom ran the 400-meter dash, and her brother is a golfing superstar. Anna was given her first tennis racket when she was five years old as a gift. Soon after, at age eight, she began competing in junior events and joined the Spartak Tennis Club. In 1990, when Kournikova was nine years old, she caught the eye of tennis scouts from all over the world and was signed to a management contract to attend Nick Bollettieri’s famed tennis academy in Bradenton, Florida.

Anna Kournikova Husband and Kids

In 2010, Kournikova was naturalised as a citizen of the United States. That year, 2001, Kournikova crossed paths with Enrique Iglesias. The couple has been mum on the subject of their relationship, although rumours have it that they were married and later divorced. They got back together, although their relationship is in limbo at the moment.

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They have three children: twin boys Nicholas and Lucy (born in December 2017) and a girl Mary (due in January 2020), and they all make their home in Miami.

Anna Kournikova Career

She was the youngest player in Fed Cup history when she won it for Russia at the age of 14. Her professional tennis career began at the tender age of 14. She also took first place at the Italian Open Junior and the European Championships.

Her first major tournament was the 1996 US Open. In the next year, she competed in and advanced to the semi-finals of all four major tennis tournaments (Australian Open, Italian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon).

She competed in the Australian Open that year as a player ranked number sixteen on the WTA’s rankings list. She was defeated by then-World No. 1 Martina Hingis. She had a second-round exit in the Paris Open that same year.

As a doubles player with Martina Hingis, Kournikova won the 2002 Australian Open. She also competed in the Wimbledon final four and the U.S. Open’s round of 16.

She returned to competitive tennis in 2010 and competed in the Invitational Ladies Doubles tournament at Wimbledon with her longtime doubles partner Martina Hingis. Contrary to Samantha Smith and Anne Hobbs, they were victorious.

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