Agnieszka Radwańska’s Net Worth 2022

Agnieszka Radwańska’s Net Worth 2022

$25 Million

Agnieszka Radwanska is a 25-million-dollar-rich Polish professional tennis player. In March 1989, Agnieszka Radwanska was born in Krakow, Poland. She began her professional career in 2005 and has won over $18 million in career prize money. Martina Navratilova has coached her since 2014.

Her career-high ranking was #2 in July 2012, and as of August 2015, she is ranked #7, with 14 career singles titles. She was the first Polish player in the Open Era to reach the Wimbledon Championship singles final. At the 2007 Nordea Nordic Light Open, Radwanska became the first Polish player to win a WTA singles title. She won the WTA Award for Most Impressive Newcomer in 2006.

She was voted the WTA’s most popular player from 2011 to 2014. The Polish President awarded her the Gold Cross of Merit in 2013. Radwanska reached the Wimbledon final in 2012 and the Australian Open semifinals in 2014. She has also won four double titles and advanced to the semifinals of the Australian and US Opens in 2010. In 2015, Radwanska won the Hopman Cup.


Agnieszka Radwanska’s Bio

Agnieszka Radwanska is a well-known tennis player from Poland who is best known for his tennis player, Tennis Player

Real Name Agnieszka Radwanska
Occupation Tennis Player
Nationality Poland
Date of Birth 1989/03/06
Birth Year 1989
Birth Month 03
Birth day 06
Age 31
First Name Agnieszka
Last Name Radwanska
Gender Female
Place of Birth Krakw
Facebook details AgnieszkaRadwanska1
Instagram details aradwanska
Twitter details ARadwanska
Awards Receieved Gold Cross of Merit,Bene Merito honorary badge
Sports Country Poland
Handedness two-handed backhand,right-handedness
Height 173
Languages spoke and written
Weight 56
Name in native language
Official website,,
Position held UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Residence Krakw
Sport Tennis
Spouse Dawid Celt


Agnieszka Radwanska | Professional

She began her junior career by winning singles titles at Wimbledon in 2005. She broke into professional tennis in 2006, reaching the fourth round of Wimbledon after a strong showing at junior levels. The following year, she became the first female Polish tennis player to win a WTA title. Meanwhile, Radwanska maintained her good form in 2008, reaching the quarterfinals of the Australian Open before losing to Daniela Hantuchova.

In 2010, she struggled to advance in any of the Grand Slams, only reaching the quarterfinals of the Sydney International. Furthermore, she achieved the desired success in 2011 by winning three WTA singles titles, but she was unable to repeat the feat in the Grand Slams. Similarly, she won more silverware on the WTA tour in 2012. Furthermore, she had reached the Wimbledon finals for the first time but had lost.

Radwanska with her runner-up trophy at Wimbledon in 2012.
Radwanska with her Wimbledon runner-up trophy in 2012. The same year, she achieved her career-high rankings in the tennis world, finishing second. Agnieszka won three WTA tour singles titles in 2013 and was named WTA Fan Favorite Singles Player for the third time. Furthermore, she reached the Australian Open semifinals in 2014 but was knocked out of the top five rankings.
Aside from singles, she has four doubles titles and has reached the semifinals of the Australian Open in 2010 and the US Open in 2011. Despite the fact that she never won a Grand Slam, she had a very successful tennis career. After her form began to deteriorate, she finally decided to hang up her tennis racquet and retire in 2018.

Earnings 2015

Salary 2015 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2014

Salary 2014 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2013

Salary 2013 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2012

Salary 2012 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2011

Salary 2011 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2010

Salary 2010 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2009

Salary 2009 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2008

Salary 2008 Salary/prize money from tournaments

Earnings 2007

Salary 2007 Salary/Prize money from tournaments

Agnieszka Radwanska Income and wealth

Agnieszka Radwanska, a former Polish tennis player, has a staggering net worth of $25 million. According to the prize distribution at Wimbledon in 2012, she received around $795,000 for reaching the finals. Meanwhile, the player receives a fixed amount of money for reaching various rounds at Wimbledon. As a result of playing for nearly 12 years at Wimbledon, she has made a fortune.

Similarly, she reached the Australian Open semifinals in 2014 and 2016, earning $540,000 and $750,000, respectively. She also reached the fourth round of the US Open five times and earned approximately $1 million in prize money. She has made money from her doubles game at Grand Slams, where she has twice reached the semifinals. She also runs a serviced AGA tennis apartment, which helps her to supplement her income. Furthermore, she endorses more than a dozen companies through which she earns millions to supplement her net worth. According to Forbes, she earns approximately $5 million from endorsement deals.


Agnieszka Radwanska Automobiles, Houses, and Timepieces


Lexus had a deal with Radwanska. As part of the deal, she has several Lexus models in her collection. She is currently riding in the most recent Lexus LS limousine, which costs around $85,000. The vehicle has a 5.0-L V8 petrol engine with electric power and can reach 60 mph in 6.3 seconds. Furthermore, the car reached a top speed of 170 miles per hour. She also has a Lexus GS, which costs $53,000; a Lexus IS, which costs $49,000; and a Lexus NX, which costs around $45,500.


In her hometown of Karkow, Poland, she owns a serviced AGA Tennis Apartments. As the interior is decorated with souvenirs from various parts of the world, the apartment is designed to provide the perfect blend of her successful career. Fans and visitors can reserve the apartment and spend quality time together. The apartments feature a soothing salt cave, a small gym, well-appointed rooms, and a large dining and kitchen area.


Radwanska is wearing a Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph in white high-tech ceramic, which retails for thousands of dollars.


Charity Agnieszka Radwanska

When it comes to assisting the community and people, the Polish tennis star always has the upper hand. Meanwhile, Agnieszka and her sister contributed to the ‘Habitat for Humanity’ (HfH) project in Warsaw, Poland, in 2009. The HfH project assists in the construction of safe homes for underprivileged families all over the world.

She also devoted her free time to Szlachetna Paczka (Noble Box). The charity collects information from needy families, asking them what would relieve their holiday stress. They then give the list to the donors, who buy the items on the list from the supermarket and distribute them to the needy families.

In addition, in 2018, she participated in a charity basketball game between the Marcin Gortat Team (Celebrities) and the Polish Army. In 2019, she donated to charity all of the proceeds from the reality show ‘Dancing with the Stars: Taniec z gwiazdami.’


Endorsements, Investments, and Book Publishing


As a well-known tennis player, she has appeared in numerous television series, frequently as a celebrity guest. Meanwhile, she appeared on numerous television shows, including Wimbledon Sportsday, Aegon International, French Open Live, US Open Live, and others. Radwanska also appeared in the Polish version of the BBC’s popular dancing with the stars show in 2019. She teamed up with Italian professional dancer Stefano Terrazzino to compete in ‘Dancing with the Stars: Taniec z gwiazdami.’

Agnieszka performing the dance in the reality show
Agnieszka dancing to the reality show.


Despite earning a sizable sum from career prize money and endorsement deals, there is no information available about her investments.


As a star tennis player, she attracted a lot of attention from various brands and signed an endorsement deal. In 2014, she was named brand ambassador for the Cheesecake Factory, a well-known American restaurant chain. During the games, she began to wear the Cheesecake logo on her visor. Similarly, she was named global brand ambassador for Rado, a luxury watch company, and signed a three-year contract with the company. Furthermore, Radwanska has a sponsorship agreement with Lexus, and as part of the agreement, she is required to wear a Lexus logo on her court dress during Grand Slam matches.

Agnieszka Radwanska endorsing the Lexus Car.
Agnieszka Radwanska endorsing the Lexus Car.

Similarly, in 2015, she signed a contract with Workday, a financial management and human resources software company. She also became the official brand ambassador for Lotos, the world’s largest oil and gas producer. She has endorsement deals with Inglot cosmetics, Srixon tennis racquets, and Profhub, a real estate developer based in Warsaw, Poland. In addition, she supports Babolat, Lotto Sport Italia, Vanquis Bank, Amica, Daily, and Play.

Publications of books

Meanwhile, in 2017, she announced on Instagram that a book about her life was available for purchase. Jestem Isia is a book. Rozmowa z Agnieszka Radwanska by Arthur Rolak is now available for around $22.65 on Amazon.

Agnieszka Radwanska's autobiography

The autobiography of Agnieszka Radwanska


She won the Wimbledon junior singles and French Open junior titles as a teenager.


She became the first Polish player to reach a grand slam final.


Dawid Celt and she married on July 22, 2017. Urszula, her younger sister, also pursued a career as a professional tennis player.


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