Adrian Mannarino 2023 – Net Worth, Salary, Career, Personal Life, and More

Adrian Mannarino has two ATP career championships to his name: the Rosemalen Championships in the Netherlands in 2019 and the Winston-Salem Open in 2022. Throughout his career, the Frenchman has won remarkable matches against top-ranked opponents such as Marin Cilic, Stanislas Wawrinka, Milos Raonic,

 Andrey Rublev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga. Mannarino has the highest ATP ranking in men's singles at 22. Adrian Mannarino currently has a net worth of around $15 million. Mannarino has won a total of $10,055,092 in prize money over his career. Tennis tournaments on the ATP tour

 are the Frenchman's main source of income. Mannarino has been a regular on the professional circuit, earning large sums from numerous international tournaments. The remainder of the revenue is generated via sponsorships, brand endorsements, 

and commercials. Mannarino does not have a long list of sponsors. He has sponsorship agreements with two companies: Hydrogen and Babolat. Hydrogen has a clothes contract with the 34-year-old. It is an Italian brand that manufactures tennis