Christopher Eubanks Net Worth: Salary And Career Earnings

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With his first-ever career title in the 2023 Mallorca Open, Christopher Eubanks gets a gear up into his professional venture and earnings. The Atlanta, Georgia native has an estimated net worth in the range of $2-$3 million.

Eubanks made his ATP Tour debut in 2015 but turned professional only in 2017, forgoing his college senior year at Georgia Tech.

As of July 11, 2023, the right-handed (one-hand backhand) tennis player has career earnings of $1.808 million.

The victory in the 2023 Mallorca Open against Adrian Mannarino added €139,270 ($153,575) into his account.

American Tennis Player Christopher Eubanks Who Plays In The ATP Tour
American Tennis Player Christopher Eubanks Who Plays In The ATP Tour (Source: Twitter)

For his professional career, Eubanks thanks his parents, Chris Sr. and Carla Eubanks, who encouraged him to pursue tennis.

In fact, his father, Chris Eubanks Sr., coached him until he turned 13.

Now, the 28-year-old is a standout among the newcomers in tennis & seeks himself in the list of proficient players.

The American tennis star reached his career-high ranking of #43 in men’s singles on July 3, 2023.

Christopher Eubanks Net Worth: Millionaire From Tennis

As of July 2024, Christopher Eubanks has an estimated net worth in the range of $2-$3 million.

As it goes without saying, most of his fortune came from his career as a tennis player.

Not to mention, endorsement deals & sponsorships added a notable sum to his fortune.

Unlike other sports that earn salaries to athletes, tennis players collect prize money from a pool of money in a specific tournament.

Christopher Eubanks Won The 2023 Mallorca Open Marking His First-Ever ATP Singles Win
Christopher Eubanks Won The 2023 Mallorca Open, Marking His First-Ever ATP Singles Win (Source: ATP Tour)

For instance, in the 2023 Miami Open’s total pool of $8.8 million, the winner’s share was a prize money of $1.262 million, which the champ Daniil Medvedev took home.

In that tournament, Christopher Eubanks reached up to the quarterfinals, where the eventual champ Medvedev defeated him. Despite that, Eubanks secured prize money of $184,465.

The 28-year-old tennis player has a men’s singles win-loss record of 21-33 (total of 54 matches) and a doubles record of 11-14 as of this writing.

So, it does explain how come Eubanks banked career earnings of $1,808,629 despite winning only one men’s singles title.

Christopher Eubanks Career Earnings And Prize Money

Christopher Eubanks won his first-ever men’s singles title in the 2023 Mallorca Open of the ATP 250. The victory got him a trophy & prize money of €139,270 (from a pool of €915,630). 

Even if Eubanks did well to secure some 250 Series titles & ATP Challenger titles, he is yet to win any Grand Slam title (both in singles & doubles).

Though he did reach notable milestones & earn a chunk of money from the prize pool.

Among many tournaments in the ATP tour, the most-earning & honored ones are the Grand Slam tournaments. They are Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon Open & US Open.

Eubanks Defeated The #5 Seed Stefanos Tsitsipas In The Fourth Round Of The 2023 Wimbledon To Advance Into The Quarterfinalsed The #3 Seed Stefanos Tsitsipas In The Fourth Round Of The 2023 Wimbledon To Advance Into The Quarterfinals
Eubanks Defeated The #5 Seed Stefanos Tsitsipas In The Fourth Round Of The 2023 Wimbledon To Advance Into The Quarterfinals (Source: Instagram)

His most notable Grand Slam game came in the 2023 Wimbledon Open, where he defeated the #5 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the fourth round.

With the win, Eubanks advanced to the quarterfinals to face #3 seed Daniil Medvedev & has already secured the prize money of £340,000 ($441,000).

The 2023 Wimbledon Championship offers a winner’s share of £2,350,000 ($3.05 million).

Christopher’s earlier two Grand Slam tournaments of the 2023 calendar year didn’t get him much.

He lost to Jiri Lehecka in the second round of the 2023 Australian Open & took home AUD 158,850 (USD $107,770).

In the 2023 French Open, he lost in the first round to Holger Rune & got hands into €69,000 ($76583).

Grand Slam Finishes And Earnings Year-Wise

Even though Eubanks made his ATP debut in 2015, it was until 2017 he would see him in the Grand Slam tournaments.

He was a wild card entry in the 2017 US Open, where he lost in the first round to David Sela.

Notations:

  • Qualifiers: Q1, Q2 & Q3
  • Playoffs: 1R= First Round, 2R= Second Round, 3R= Third Round & 4R= Fourth Round
  • Quarter Finals- QF, Semi Finals- SF & Finals- F

Here are Christopher’s earnings from men’s singles in the grand slam.

Year Australian Open French Open Wimbledon Open US Open
2017 $50,000 (1R)
2018 €6,000 (Q1) £4,875 (Q1) $10,900 (Q2)
2019 $50,929 (1R) €7,000 (Q1) £7,000 (Q1) $58,000 (1R)
2020 $61,114 (1R) €16,000 (Q2) Not Held
2021 $16,976 (Q1) €10,000 (Q1) £8,500 (Q1) $75,000 (1R)
2022 $24, 106 (Q2) €13,560 (Q1) £19,000 (Q2) $121,000 (R2)

In the doubles category in the Grand Slam tournaments, Eubanks managed:

  • 2023 French Open: $17,698 (€17,000) reaching first round
  • 2023 Wimbledon Open: $17,866 (£13,750) reaching first round
  • 2020 US Open: $91,000 as quarterfinalist

How Much Eubanks Make From Endorsements?

The American-born tennis player has endorsement deals with Asics and Tecnifibre.

Even though the exact figure of the deal is not out, it is alleged that he makes a 6-digit figure annually from it.

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