Emma Raducanu heads to Wimbledon this month 327 places higher in the world rankings and millions of pounds richer than this time last year, when she made her SW19 debut.
The British No.1 was relatively unknown when she made headlines at her main-draw Wimbledon debut last summer, reaching the fourth round before retiring due to breathing difficulties.
Fast forward a few months and she’d completed the fairytale of all fairytales as she became the first ever qualifier to win a Grand Slam by triumphing at the US Open, not dropping a set throughout the entire tournament.
Raducanu is now back on home soil as the world No.11, and despite injury concerns in recent weeks, British tennis fans will still be hoping she can deliver the goods and reach the latter stages of the tournament.
It’s been a rollercoaster of a ride for the 19-year-old since she first burst onto the scene in 2021, and The Sporting News has taken a look at just how much money she’s made so far.
Emma Raducanu net worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Raducanu is worth an estimated $5 million (£4.07 million).
Considering this time last year she was sitting her A-Level exams, it’s been quite the lifestyle change for the British teenager.
As a result of her impressive rise on the court, Raducanu has not been short of companies looking to strike up endorsement deals. She is currently sponsored by Nike, while her racquets are sponsored by Wilson. Outside of tennis, Raducanu is a brand ambassador for Dior and Tiffany & Co., as well as for British Airways, Vodafone, Evian and most recently Porsche.
MORE: Is Emma Raducanu playing at Wimbledon 2022? Schedule, next match for British No.1
Emma Raducanu career earnings
To date, as per the WTA, Raducanu has made $3.29m (£2.68m) in career earnings.
A large portion of that came as a result of her US Open triumph where she pocketed a cool $2.5m (£1.8m) after beating Leylah Fernandez in the final.
Speaking after her win in New York, Raducanu revealed her prize money would go towards helping her continue to compete on the WTA tour.
“I will just leave that to my parents. They can take that for me. I haven’t gone shopping yet,” she said. “I know that tennis is an extremely expensive sport, so it will probably go towards that.”
In 2022, her first full season on the WTA Tour, she’s won $445.2k (£362.5k) in prize money so far.
Emma Raducanu’s social media following
Raducanu, who speaks English, Mandarin and Romanian, has seen her popularity soar since making headlines in New York and that’s reflected with her rise in followers on social media.
She currently boasts 645k followers on Twitter and an incredible 2.4m on Instagram.
In comparison, current world No.1 Iga Swiatek has 886k followers on Instagram while Venus Williams has 1.7m, with sister Serena boasting a whopping 14.9m fans.