Li Na’s Net Worth 2022, Biography | Income | Career | Family | Assets

Li Na’s Net Worth 2022, Biography | Income | Career | Family | Assets

“Li Na,” the world’s best Chinese tennis player, has a net worth of $60 million. She earned nearly $30 million last year, with only $5 million coming from sports and the rest from endorsement deals in China. In China, she is a household name. She appears in more commercials than their Films locations. She is China’s highest-paid female athlete. She is also well-known outside of China, particularly in South Asia.

She also considers herself a Chinese brand ambassador. That is why she has behaved admirably, knowing that her actions will reflect well on her country. Her ambition is to win all four Grand Slams in a single year. We wish her the best of luck in her endeavors. You should keep an eye on this website in case we catch celebrities doing something we are not supposed to see.

Li Na Net Worth

Biography of Li Na

She was doing well in local tennis tournaments. But, at her mother’s insistence, she must give up tennis in order to finish her journalism degree. She returned to tennis in college, while graduating, and the way she returned was nothing short of amazing. Andre Agassi was Li Na’s favorite tennis player. She tried to imitate Andre Agassi.

Real Name Li Na
Nick Name: Li Na
Birth Place: Wuhan, China
Date Of Birth/Birthday: 26 February 1982
Age/How Old: 39 Years old
Height/How Tall: In Centimetres – 172 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 8″
Weight: In Kilograms – 65 kg
In Pounds – 140 lbs.
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Coach: Jiang Shan (2006–2012); Thomas Högstedt (2009–2010);
Michael Mortensen (2011); Carlos Rodríguez (2012–2014)
Retired: April 2002–May 2004; 19 September 2014
Education: Huazhong University of Science and Technology,
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business
Plays: Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Religion: Christian
Nationality: Chinese
Social media Accounts: Facebook
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Gender: Female
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Kids/Children Name: Alisa Jiang
Profession: Chinese tennis player
Net Worth: $60 Million

Li Na, the most famous Chinese tennis player, has an estimated net worth of $60 million.


Did Li Na make the most of her childhood and early years? Let’s Find Out

Li Na was born on February 20, 1982, in Wuhan, Hubei, China, as the daughter of Li Yanping and Li Shengpeng. Her father was a professional badminton player who died when Li was fourteen from a rare heart disease. Na began playing badminton as a child, hoping to follow in her father’s footsteps. She began playing tennis at the age of eight and joined the Chinese National Team at the age of fifteen. The following year, she was sponsored by Nike and went on to study tennis at the John Newcombe Academy near Austin, Texas.


How Did Li Na Begin Her Professional Tennis Career? Let’s Find Out

Li Na turned professional at the age of sixteen in 1999, winning three of her four ITF Circuit singles tournaments. In addition, she won all seven ITF doubles tournaments. She won 52 singles matches on the ITF circuit in 2000, the most of any player.

Li Na became the first Chinese player to win a WTA event in 2004 when she defeated Martina Sucha in the finals. With such a strong showing, she broke into the WTA top 100 for the first time on October 4, 2004.

Li Na won her second WTA singles title in Gold Coast, Australia, at the 2008 Mondial Australian Women’s Hardcourts. She defeated Serena Williams in the 2008 Porsche Grand Prix tournament, becoming only the second Chinese player, after Zheng Jie, to do so.

Li Na reached her fifth career tour final at the Barclays Dubai Tennis Championships, where she was defeated in straight sets by second-seeded Marion Bartoli. By the end of 2009, she was ranked 15th in the world.

Li Na defeated fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams at 2010 Australian Open before falling to Serena Williams in the semi-finals. As a result of her performance, she became the first Chinese woman to be ranked in the top ten of women’s professional tennis.

Li Na was seeded first in the 2010 Aegon Classic and went on to win the tournament by defeating fourth seed Aravane Rezai in the semi-finals and second seed Maria Sharapova in the final. She reached the finals of the Australian Open but lost to Kim Clijsters.

Li Na won her first Grand Slam singles event at the French Open on June 4, 2011, when she defeated Francesca Schiavone in the final, which was watched by 330 million people worldwide. Her career ranking climbed to No. 4 in the world.

She hired Carlos Rodrguez as her coach after her disappointing performance at the 2012 London Olympics, where she lost in the first round to Slovakian Daniela Hantuchova. Li Na won her sixth WTA title at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati in 2012. She won the Shenzhen Open in 2013, the seventh WTA title of her career.

Li Na reached the finals of the 2013 Australian Open, but during the match, she fell on her head and blacked out briefly before losing to Victoria Azarenka. She won the 2014 Australian Open after defeating Dominika Cibulková in the final. Later that year, she reached a new career-high of world No. 2 in singles.

Li Na retired from professional tennis on September 19, 2014, due to a knee injury. The Women’s Tennis Association ranked her world no. 6 at the time.

In the last five years, Li Na’s net worth has increased.

Net Worth in 2022 $60 Million
Net Worth in 2021 $55 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $50 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $45 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $40 Million
Net Worth in 2017 $35 Million


Private Life

On January 27, 2006, Li married Jiang Shan. He eventually became her personal coach. Li and her husband announced in January 2015 that they were expecting their first child. Alisa, her daughter, was born in June 2015. In December 2016, the couple welcomed their second child, a son.

Li Na’s Relationship and Other Information

Affairs N/A
Boyfriend    N/A
Best Friend N/A
Spouse Jiang Shan (m. 2006)
Divorce N/A
Children Alisa Jiang
Father Li Shengpeng
Mother Li Yanping
Siblings   N/A


Some of the Updated Net Worth

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