We analyse the net worth, salary and endorsements of the Russian tennis star Karen Khachanov

Karen Khachanov is one of the rising stars of this generation. He is only 25 and has a bright future ahead of him after coming through a golden generation in Russia. The Russian already has 1 ATP 1000 Masters title to his name and is through to the Olympics final in 2020 in Tokyo.

Karen Khachanov Facts

Birth PlaceMoscow, Russia
Father’s NameAbgar Khachanov
Mother’s NameNatalia Khachanova
Star SignGemini
CollegeRussian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism
Net Worth$15 million
Prize Money till date$9,847,132
Age25
Date of Birth21 May 1996
Height198 cm
Weight88 kg
NationalityRussian
Achievements1 ATP 1000 Masters titles
WifeVeronika Shkliaeva
ChildrenDavid Khachanov
EndorsementsMercedez- Benz, Rolex, Nike, Head
Social MediaTwitter, Instagram

He has won four ATP singles titles and has a chance to win a Gold at the Tokyo Olympics. He, alongwith Daniil Medvedev have helped Russia become a powerhouse in world tennis at the moment. The Russian is coached by Vedran Martic and Fredrik Rosengren.

Karen Khachanov net worth and earnings

Khachanov has won $ 9,847,132 in career prize money. With his salary on tour and sponsors, his net worth is estimated at $15 million. He has signed deals with top companies in the world that endorse him globally.

In 2021 Karen earned $519,930 in prize money for 30 matches on tour this campaign.

Karen Khachanov ranking history

Presently, he is ranked outside the Top 20 in 25th spot. His ranking though is no indication of the quality of his game. The win percentage stands at 55.59%. Khachanov achieved his career-high singles ranking of world No. 8 on 15 July 2019.

Karen Khachanov career titles

Khachanov debuted in 2011 at the Futures clay court losing to Andrei Gorban.In 2013, he debuted on the ATP Tour (St Petersburg Championships) becoming a fan favourite in his home country. In 2014 he took part in the Junior Olympics, and with Andrei Rublev won silver.

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Khachanov is one of the most talented on the circuit (Credits: Tennis World)

In 2015, he won the Turkish Challenger trophy and entered the Top 100 on the ATP Tour. The same year he made his debut appearance at a Grand Slam making his way into the US Open main draw. In 2016, the Russian won his first ATP title, beating Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Chengdu. 

In 2018, Khachanov won his second title winning the Marseille championship trophy, and added to his cabinet with a home ATP Moscow title. The biggest moment of his career came in the same year after winning the Paris Rolex Masters beating world number one Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-4.

At 25, he is assured of at least a silver at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Safe to say, the future is very bright for the Russian.

Karen Khachanov family life

Karen Khachanov has been married to Veronika Shkliaeva since April 2016.

The couple have a son, David born on 14th September 2019.

Karen Khachanov endorsements

Khachanov is endorsed by Wilson using the Wilson H22 racquets with a 18X20 string pattern. His racquets are painted as Wilson Blade 98.

He is also sponsored by Nike for all clothing apparel. He also signed deals with other companies like Rolex and Mercedes.

FAQs about Karen Khachanov

What is the age and date of birth of Karen Khachanov?
Karen Khachanov is 25 years old and was born on 21 May, 1996
What is the net worth of Karen Khachanov?
Karen Khachanov has a net worth of $15 million
What brands endorse Karen Khachanov?
Karen Khachanov has endorsement deals with Rolex, Nike, Mercedes, Wilson
What is the nationality of Karen Khachanov?
Karen Khachanov is a Russian citizen
Where was Karen Khachanov born?
Karen Khachanov was born in Moscow, Russia
Has Karen Khachanov won a Grand Slam?
Karen Khachanov has won no Grand Slam titles

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